Not Inaki – Klopp Moves in to Seal $54million Playmaker Signing for Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp DortmundAfter a frustrating draw against arch rivals Manchester United last Monday, Liverpool returned to winning ways in the Barclays Premier League with a victory over Pulis’s West Brom team.

The Reds are flying high at the moment and have scored the highest number of goals in the league so far this season. Still, reports suggest that the Merseysiders are looking to further improve their offense in the winter transfer window.

Atheltic Bilbao star Inaki Williams is in the lime light and Liverpool are ready to meet his release clause to secure his signature.

On the other hand, if reports are anything to go by then Klopp has moved in to sign Italian playmaker Lorenzo Insigne.

Insigne NapoliAccording to reports in the Italian media (TuttoNapoli via Rai Sport), Insigne is looking to leave and his representatives have been contacted by Liverpool over a potential transfer.

The Azzurri star is a versatile talent and can operate anywhere in the attacking midfield. Lorenzo has provided 4 assists in 8 league appearances this season. He has netted twice in 12 appearances for the senior national side.

Napoli president has slapped a huge price tag (CalcioMercato) of 50 million euros ($54million) on Insigne and it will be intriguing to see if Liverpool will match that fee.

In your opinion, should Liverpool sign Insigne?

Follow Soccerisma on Facebook: Soccerisma

3 Responses to Not Inaki – Klopp Moves in to Seal $54million Playmaker Signing for Liverpool

  1. Obum udechukwu says:

    Yes, we need insigne to neutrallise the absence of mane who will be off in january for the afcon. Having said that, he will equally be a useful addition all season. So get him in. Ynwa

  2. Adekunle Adeyemo says:

    Yes , he’s very much needed. If mane is absent for a month due to Afcon, Liverpool might suffer and Insigne will fit in perfectly. A quality defensive midfielder and a proper left back will complete the equation. Emre Can is too average for the job, one of the reasons why Liverpool failed to win Man U.

  3. Fernando says:

    Yes Very Well Needed…