Report: Liverpool chasing midfielder who has ‘absolutely everything’, Klopp needs to bid £41m

Report: Liverpool chasing midfielder who has ‘absolutely everything’, Klopp needs to bid £41m

Report: Liverpool chasing midfielder who has ‘absolutely everything’, Klopp needs to bid £41m – originally posted on Sportslens.com

Liverpool are showing the strongest interest in signing Atletico Madrid ace Saul Niguez this summer according to a report from AS (print edition, July 17th page 8).

The 26-year-old midfielder is set for an exit from the Wanda Metropolitano this summer.

Jurgen Klopp will be keen to bolster his central midfield ranks at Anfield this summer.

Gini Wijnaldum recently left to join Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer.

Liverpool target Saul Niguez in action last season (Photo: Ivan Abanades Medina)

And Atletico Madrid ace Saul seems like the absolutely perfect summer addition for Liverpool this summer.

Liverpool leading Saul Niguez race

AS claims that the Reds are showing the most concrete interest in signing the Spain international.

The Merseyside outfit allegedly need to increase their €40 million (£34 million) offer for Saul in order to prise him away from the Spanish capital.

Mundo Deportivo claims that Atleti want around €50 million (£41 million) for the midfielder.

Saul is set to leave Atletico Madrid this summer

The Atletico ace is incredibly energetic, dynamic and has athleticism in abundance – three key attributes for any player who plays under Klopp.

Saul is a central midfielder by trade, but he can also operate on the left flank.

The Spaniard is technically brilliant but is also an absolute animal in midfield – something that has been ingrained in him having played for Diego Simeone for so long.

He is a midfielder who has ‘absolutely everything’ according to the Atleti boss.

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And if Liverpool are going to sign a central midfielder this summer, there aren’t many better options out there than Saul.

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