Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool is looking to strengthen their defense line with the signing of Ben Whites
By Joewriter | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 230 views
Good news as Liverpool could announce the signing of £33,000-per-week utility player
Liverpool are among clubs that have shown eagerness to improve squad by moving in some competent hands once the summer transfer window opens.
In a bid to strengthen defense unit, Liverpool are reportedly keeping tabs on a viable option ahead the summer transfer window.
Based on the report from Football Insider, the reigning Premier League champions are considering move to sign in the target when the window of the summer is made open. The Reds could shell out a some of £40 million to sign the centre back target who plays at the back line of Brighton & Hove Albion.
The Englishman is considered as a pivotal figure at the Seagulls in this season as his sudden development has drawn the attention of The Reds.
Jurgen Klopp in a bid to increase the strength of his defense department is lining up a strong move for 23-year-old Ben Whites. Among centre back options that might be currently available, Liverpool has shown interest in the Whites
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