Premier League defending champions, Liverpool is yet to make any real transfer this season and is therefore linked with possible future moves for exciting young Bundesliga trio Erling Haaland, Gio Reyna, and Alphonso Davies.
Davies, a Canadian international left full-back was world-class for Bayern in the recently concluded season, playing a starring role for Hansi Flick’s side as they won the treble.
Former Bundesliga striker, Jan Age Fjortoft spoke to Empire of the Kop about Liverpool’s eyes being on some elite talents in German football. He mentioned Borussia Dortmund duo Haaland and Reyna named Bayern Munich starlet Davies as potential targets but deemed unrealistic.
“I think they are paying special attention to Dortmund. The American Gio Reyna – and of course – Erling Haaland. And then there is Alphonso Davies at Bayern, but he is obviously unattainable,” Fjortoft told the Liverpool FC blog.
Haaland has been exceptional in the Bundesliga as he has hit the ground running after turning down a move to Manchester United in favour of Borussia Dortmund following some prolific form at previous club Red Bull Salzburg as well.
Liverpool would do very well to sign any of these players, but it might be unrealistic.
Liverpool might not be able to sign Haaland and others
From the look of thing, no club will want to release such players of immese qualities. Reyna had made a breakthrough from January and he has continued to improve with every game. All he is waiting for is his international debut with the US national team after he was stopped from doing so by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 17-year-old has already said the BVB is not a stepping stone, signifying that he is going to stay with the club for a while, having impressed Lucian Favre. Although he is yet to become a regular for Dortmund but has been tipped for a big future in the game.
BVB have continued to attract young prospect with Jude Bellingham also heading to Signal Iduna Park alongside Real Madrid loanee, Jesus Reinier.
Such footstep is about to be followed by the Reds that has been struggling to reinforce their squad in the present transfer window.