For the upcoming season, Jurgen Klopp is desperate to revitalize his midfield and has chosen the ideal player to join his team.
The 7-0 victory over Manchester United by Liverpool over the Red Devils is celebrated by manager Jurgen Klopp.
Jurgen Klopp is eager to move quickly to rebuild a weak spot in his squad for the 2022–23 season, so Liverpool is preparing a bid for a French midfielder during the summer transfer window.
While Arthur Melo will return to Juventus when his loan agreement is over, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, James Milner, and Naby Keita are all anticipated to leave when their contracts expire.
In addition, Thiago’s injury problems have limited his participation to just a third of the games this season, Fabinho’s form has dipped recently, and Klopp doesn’t seem to trust Jordan Henderson to start every three to four days.
Liverpool has begun making moves with the midfielders on their shortlist after abandoning their interest in Jude Bellingham because they wanted multiple signings rather than a single headline-grabbing arrival.
According to the German publication Bild, Liverpool have already contacted Borussia Monchengladbach about the availability of French midfielder Manu Kone. The report implies that the club’s interest is “real” and “big.”.
Kone, a 22-year-old box-to-box midfielder valued by the German team at just under £35 million, is equally at ease receiving the ball under pressure as he is at pressing opponents. While his season has been largely uneven, with the team currently occupying the 10th spot in the middle of the table, Kone still has a ton of potential that can be unlocked at Anfield.
Strong with the ball in his hands, Kone has two years left on his deal with Borussia Monchengladbach, with a one-year extension option. However, Bild speculates that a sale may be likely because Monchengladbach is eager to raise money to fix their team’s flaws and once again contend for the European championship.
Kone’s inclusion in the France U21 squad for the upcoming Toulon Tournament and U21 European Championships, where they will play Italy, Norway, and Switzerland in the group stages, suggests that any potential deal may take some time to complete.