Liverpool has a fresh transfer strategy for Jarrod Bowen, with four possible exits on deadline day.


Liverpool has a fresh transfer strategy for Jarrod Bowen, with four possible exits on deadline day.

Jarrod Bowen of West Ham has been linked with a move to Liverpool this summer.

Liverpool are said to have not given up hope of acquiring Jarrod Bowen this summer, albeit a deal currently appears improbable. The Reds have been quiet in the transfer window this summer, with only Ibrahima Konate joining Jurgen Klopp’s side.

After Liverpool’s injury issue last season, a central defender was desperately needed.

On several instances, Rhys Williams and Nat Phillips were called upon, with the latter showing to be a capable back-up option.

However, with the return to full fitness of Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez, and Joel Matip, as well as Konate’s arrival, Liverpool’s defensive line is now complete.

This summer, however, Liverpool has seen no such activity further up the pitch.

With his present alternatives, Jurgen Klopp has stated that he has no interest in buying a successor for Georginio Wijnaldum.

However, signing an attacker has been a priority for Liverpool this summer, with a slew of names linked with a move to Anfield.

In recent weeks, Ismaila Sarr, Pedro Neto, and Harvey Barnes have all been linked with moves to Merseyside.

Bowen, though, was said to be the priority target, after the 24-year-old impressed at West Ham last season.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is believed to rate Bowen highly, and The Athletic reports that the winger is still being tracked.

Bowen is now unlikely to leave West Ham before the transfer deadline, according to the report.

Although, according to reports, Liverpool will continue to be interested in Bowen in the future.

While any new arrivals are improbable, a slew of players might leave Liverpool in the next few hours.

Nat Phillips, Divock Origi, Loris Karius, and Sheyi Ojo are all rumored to be leaving.

Phillips has piqued the interest of a number of clubs, with Liverpool demanding £12 million for him.

Origi hasn’t even made the Liverpool bench in recent weeks, and the Reds are open to offers.

And both Ojo and Karius are surplus to requirements at Anfield, with a number of clubs interested in signing them.


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