LFC Transfer News – Liverpool to Sign Mario Gotze for £20 million – Today we are looking at liverpool fc transfer rumours today on Mario Gotze favours Liverpool move, he could be signed for £20 million. Who knows if Mario Gotze like to sign for Liverpool FC.
Mario Gotze likely to move away from Bayern Munich this summer, German midfielder Mario Gotze, believed to be strongly considering a move to Liverpool this summer.
Liverpool fc transfer rumours Gotze has been linked with a summer move to Merseyside since Jurgen Klopp‘s arrival at the beginning of October, with the 23-year-old’s relationship with his former Borussia Dortmund a key factor behind any deal.
LFC Transfer News – Liverpool to Sign Mario Gotze
(lfc latest transfer news): Klopp today believed to have made Gotze a priority target as he bolsters his squad for the 2016/17 campaign, the Liverpool manager could be buoyed by a new development.
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Gotze left Dortmund for Bayern in a deal worth around £30 million, but injuries and competition at the Allianz Arena have reduced him to a peripheral role under Pep Guardiola, something that may not improve following a change in manager this summer.
According to a report said Carlo Ancelotti was announced as Guardiola’s successor in December, but many reports claiming Gotze won’t be offered a new contract at Bayern, his position seems to be unstable.
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“Klopp is in pole position to sign Gotze and may be able to get him for around £20 million as he looks to rebuild his squad at Anfield,”
Gotze would arguably be even more important to Klopp’s Liverpool, with his pace, skill and creativity potentially providing his former manager with a solution on the right flank.
The prospect of Gotze linking up with Philippe Coutinho, Roberto Firmino and Daniel Sturridge in the Liverpool attack is tantalizing.
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