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Reports:- Liverpool will look to sign a forward over the summer; Liverpool monitor West Ham attacker.

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Reports:- Liverpool will look to sign a forward over the summer; Liverpool monitor West Ham attacker. 3 Sportelo

Reports:- Liverpool will look to sign a forward over the summer; Liverpool monitor West Ham attacker.

Liverpool will most likely not sign a forward in the January transfer window unless there is a late change of heart, as reported by The Athletic.

Liverpool’s attack has looked stalled in recent weeks following the departures of Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah to the African Cup of Nations.

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While several names have been listed. The Athletic’s revealed Klopp will look to sign a forward in the summer and not in January.

The report adds that Jurgen Klopp will give Takumi Minamino and soon-to-be-fit Divock Origi more opportunities in the coming weeks.

Liverpool monitoring West Ham United attacker

However, if Liverpool decides to break the bank in late January or over the summer, Jarrod Bowen could very well be the player they consider.

 

Reports:- Liverpool will look to sign a forward over the summer; Liverpool monitor West Ham attacker. 4 Sportelo

 

The Reds are monitoring Bowen’s progress at West Ham United and Jurgen Klopp is reportedly impressed with his development.

Liverpool have continued to monitor Jarrod Bowen’s progress since last summer. Bowen is represented by the same PLG agency as Liverpool duo Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andrew Robertson according to The Athletic.

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At 25, Bowen would be a long-term addition to Liverpool. However, his contract with West Ham United runs until July 2025.

The Hammers will demand a steep fee for the winger, who has been a key player for them so far this season with six goals and seven assists.

In other news, Liverpool quells talk of challenging for the Premier League title but assures fans “we will go for everything”

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