Liverpool 'interested' in Mo Salah's Egypt-teammate who has already spoken on move to Anfield

Liverpool transfer news: Liverpool are 'interested' in the Egypt star who has been in great form this season in Germany.

Liverpool are reportedly interested in bringing Mohamed Salah's international teammate Omar Marmoush to the club.

Marmoush, 25, has developed in Germany from the age of 18 after moving to Wolfsburg in 2016 from Egyptian side Wadi Degla and having joined Frankfurt last summer, he's now producing the form of his career so far. He signed on a free last season from Wolfsburg and has been one of the breakout stars in the Bundesliga this season.

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With 15 goals and six assists across 32 games in all competitions, he has been one of the breakout talents in Germany this season. His form is certainly eye-catching and it seems to have attracted the attention of Liverpool, according to SportBILD. He currently has three years left on his current deal and he is being targeted by Arsenal, Tottenham and Newcastle United ahead of a possible summer move. The report from Germany claims Frankfurt will demand as much as €50m (£42.5m) for Marmoush, who will look to capitalise on his breakout season if they have to part ways this summer.

Back in 2022, he revealed his desire to play in England's top-flight foreshadowing a potential move that he is now being linked with. While on loan at Stuttgart, where he played alongside Wataru Endo, he claimed, “My dream is to play in the Premier League. I don’t have a favourite club but I watch a lot of Arsenal and Liverpool.” The Frankfurt star also has five goals in 29 appearances since making his debut for Egypt in 2021 and he has featured in the last two Africa Cup of Nations alongside Salah. Perhaps the Liverpool star could be important for helping to convince him to engage in a move if the club's interest is indeed concrete but he would arrive to compete with a very strong attacking roster at Anfield.

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