Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side have been linked with Borussia Dortmund pair Marco Reus and Mats Hummels, as the German looks to rebuild his squad in the upcoming January transfer window.
According to the Metro, Reus is Liverpool’s “dream target” as they look to bolster their attacking options. The Reds have been consistently linked with the playmaker for the last 18 months, and Klopp’s arrival has reportedly made the deal more likely.
“I have a good relationship with Borussia Dortmund and a good relationship with all the players there”, Klopp said. “So there could be a possibility – if we need a player then we could try”.
So far, Liverpool’s attack has faltered at home during the ex-Dortmund manager’s reign, with just three goals scored in their three Premier League games since Klopp’s arrival. It is in stark contrast to their prowess away from Anfield, where they’ve scored seven times in their last two outings against Man City and Chelsea.
Despite telling the media that he could raid Dortmund, Klopp was quick to stress that there were currently no deals in progress – “At this moment there is nothing to talk about”, he stated.