Liverpool have 13 matches left to round up 2020/21 EPL campaign, and they are placed at the sixth position of EPL table, sitting 3 points behind fifth placed Chelsea FC.
Liverpool's midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum is likely to exit Anfield Stadium in June when his contract deal expires, meanwhile, it seems Jurgen Klopp's team Liverpool have identified 23-year old German midfielder as a potential replacement for Wijnaldum.
According to reports, Liverpool have identified 23-year old Borrussia Monchengladbach midfielder as a potential replacement for Georginio Wijnaldum, prior to summer transfer window.
The 23-year old versatile midfielder has established himself as an important player in Borrussia Monchengladbach's squad, having played 21 Bundesliga matches this season, of which he has scored 4 goals and created 4 assists.
Florian Neuhaus has a release clause worth €38million and his contract deal at Borrussia Monchengladbach is expected to terminate in 2024, according to transfermrkt.
The 23-year old Germany international would be a long-term option at Anfield Stadium, considering his tender age and potential.
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