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Liverpool ‘lead the race’ to sign Jude Bellingham as American wonderkid also on radar

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With the January transfer window fast approaching, reinforcements may be being looked at as Liverpool look to win their seventh European crown.

Who?

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Jude Bellingham, Borussia Dortmund midfielder.

Where?

The Mirror.

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What?

The Mirror have exclusively claimed that Liverpool lead the race to sign Jude Bellingham, who is coveted by huge clubs around Europe.

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Liverpool are apparently hoping to exploit their Premier League rivals’ obsession with Bellingham’s teammate Erling Haaland – who is strongly linked with Chelsea and Manchester United.

Jurgen Klopp has reportedly identified the 18-year-old as the player who could come into the midfield and transform it .

And it is claimed the German has not been put off by Bellingham’s price with his old club likely to ask for £90m to triple their investment.

Club sources have previously indicated to the ECHO that the Reds are admirers of Bellingham – but it remains to be seen whether a move will be made.

Who?

Ricardo Pepi, FC Dallas striker.

Where?

CBS , American news outlet.

What?

American wonderkid Pepi is being watched by a number of clubs around Europe, with Liverpool reportedly joining his list of admirers.

The 18-year-old is being viewed as the USA’s number nine for the next decade and has exploded onto the scene in the MLS with FC Dallas – scoring 13 goals this season.

Pepi is apparently being watched by Liverpool, Manchester UnitedAtletico Madrid and Bayern Munich.

Who?

Nat Phillips, Liverpool defender.

Where?

Football Insider .

What?

Former England number one Paul Robinson thinks Liverpool will let Nat Phillips leave ahead of Joe Gomez amid interest from West Ham.

The Hammers are short of defenders after Angelo Ogbonna picked up an ACL injury while Kurt Zouma also sustained an injury.

Phillips was rewarded with a new contract at Anfield in the summer for last seasons heroics but has found game time hard to come by this campaign.

He starts tonight against AC Milan in what could be a good shop window opportunity.

 

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