As England takes on Hungary, Liverpool has a great opportunity to start their next transfer chase.
Gareth Southgate’s England team travels to Hungary tonight for their first match since Euro 2020.
Liverpool have a fantastic chance to start their next transfer window with a man who could start for England against Hungary tonight. Ibrahima Konate was the only new signing for the Reds during the summer transfer window.
While Konate appears to have solved their center defensive concerns, Jurgen Klopp’s squad remains poor in some critical aspects.
With Georgino Wijnaldum departing at the end of last season, one of those spots is in central midfield.
Harvey Elliott has usurped Wijnaldum’s spot in the squad, but the academy product is also expected to provide attacking cover.
Outcasts like Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and older stars like James Milner still play for the Reds.
Because of this, Klopp should make purchasing a new midfielder one of his top objectives in the next transfer windows.
One of Klopp’s top targets might be Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham, who has been named to England’s team for this week’s internationals.
The Three Lions’ World Cup qualification campaign continues tonight with a trip to Hungary.
Bellingham is expected to compete for a spot in the team after a strong start to the season.
So far this season, he has three assists and scored an excellent goal against Hoffenheim last week.
His leading position for the Black and Yellow comes after a great rookie season in which he immediately established himself as a regular.
The 18-year-achievements old’s earned him a call-up to the England squad, and he went on to make three appearances for the country at Euro 2020.
He will be pushing to be involved at the Puskas Arena after a strong start to the season.
If Bellingham is engaged, Liverpool will have a fantastic opportunity to scout a player they have long admired.
The Reds were reportedly one of the clubs Bellingham turned down when he left Blues in 2020 to join Dortmund.
Bellingham only signed a new deal at Signal Iduna Park in June, and Dortmund was hoping to lock onto one of their brightest prospects.
He now has four years left on his contract, despite the Bundesliga side’s financial model relying on sanctioning large-fee transactions.
Bellingham will undoubtedly do so. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”