Liverpool given greenlight to complete a deal for World-Class Bundesliga star player
Liverpool have been heavily linked with several players all around Europe as their manager, Jurgen Klopp wants to add more qualities players to his squad against the next campaign.
The Merseyside Red who recently claimed their first ever Premier League title after thirty years, has been in an excellent form under the Klopp and in the process the German tactician claimed his first ever Champions League victory, with the Merseyside Red last season.
Liverpool are likely to loose one of their defender Dejan Lovren in the coming weeks, and they are in the market in search of another defender, to fill the void space that would be left by the Croatia international.
The Merseyside Red have however shown interest in securing the services of Bayern Munich defender David Alaba, and Bayern Munich have handed them a boost to seal the 28 years old deal in the upcoming.
The Austria international has enjoyed a stellar seasons with the German giants, winning many accolades at the club in the process.
The 28 years old whose contract with the German giants will be coming to an end in the next summer, has been shown interest by several European top teams like Liverpool, Chelsea, Barcelona and Real Madrid.
However, Liverpool have been handed a boost in the signature of the Austrian, as Bayern Munich are reportedly ready to allow the 28 years old to decide on a move to any of his club of interest, so as to avoid loosing him on a free transfer.
David Alaba is valued at around £30m by Bayern Munich, which is the same price tag they have put on one of another Liverpool transfer target Thiago Alcantara head.
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