Update regarding Liverpool target as boss tips Klopp to be ‘interested’ in World Cup player

Update regarding Liverpool target as boss tips Klopp to be ‘interested’ in World Cup player.

Liverpool are currently 6th in the Premier League as the World Cup takes centre stage. The Reds are seven points off the top four.

They beat Southampton 3-1 at home in their last game. Here is a look at some of the latest news coming out of the club...

Target latest

Liverpool target Jude Bellingham’s future will be decided next year, according to reporter Fabrizio Romano. The England international is a wanted man after impressing in the Bundesliga over recent season with Borussia Dortmund. Romano has said, as per CaughtOffside:

“There’s no asking price yet for Bellingham. It will be decided in 2023. Real Madrid will be in the race alongside Liverpool, Manchester City and also Chelsea for Bellingham; it’s still not time to negotiate with Borussia Dortmund, this will happen in 2023.

“Contacts are just on the player’s side as of now, so I wouldn’t read too much into what the club’s demands could be just yet, as it will be decided later.”

Midfielder on radar?

Philadelphia Union boss Jim Curtin, who managed Leeds United midfielder Brenden Aaronson, believes Klopp is a fan of the attacking midfielder. He is currently preparing to face England, Iran and Wales with USA in Qatar. Curtin has said, as per Tom Bogert on Twitter (see below): “To watch Aaronson play against Liverpool, you could tell by Jurgen Klopp’s body language every time Brenden did anything— Look, I wouldn’t be shocked if he’s interested in that kid after how he played against him.”

Loan latest

Lower league football goes on and a few Liverpool youngsters have been in action this weekend. Conor Bradley and Owen Beck helped Bolton Wanderers beat Fleetwood Town 2-1. Jack Bearne played as Kidderminster Harriers won 2-1 away at St Albans City, whilst Adam Lewis and Marcelo Pitaluga both featured for Newport County and Macclesfield respectively as they picked up three points against Gillingham and Mossley respectively.