Liverpool manager Jurgen Kloop is interested in signing Lorenzo Pellegrini this summer according to report.
It is excepted that the Reds will face stiff competition from Tottenham for the Italian international Midfidier.
It seems both teams want to strengthen their attacking force this summer and consider Pellegrini as a good option to have.
Lorenzo Pellegrini’s goalscoring ability from midfield is highly valued by both clubs, as the 24 years old been sensational for AS Roma last season.the Italian international is worth €40million, which is a fee both the English clubs can easily afford.
The Reds have an upper hand in the negotiation, as it seems Jurgen Kloop can boast of Champions League football on the offer, next summer.
Liverpool finished 3rd last in the English season league last season. Manager Jurgen kloop will be looking to boast his squad by adding the 24 years old to his squad.
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