Liverpool have been dominant so far this season as their attacking front three continue to score goals for fun.
Indeed, the Reds will have their eyes set firmly on challenging for the Premier League title this season after bringing in a number of players this summer. And, it looks as if Jurgen Klopp is eyeing another swoop, as according to news outlet KickOff (via The Mirror), Liverpool are lining up a €35 million (£31.7 million) move for Benjamin Pavard.
Benjamin Pavard’s is definitely one for the future and Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is said to be keeping tabs.
The 22-year-old can play either right-back or centre-half, where he plays most of his games for VfB Stuttgart.
And, the defender has been linked with a summer move to Anfield for around the €35 million mark (£31.7 million).
Indeed, the Frenchman can be signed for that price if his current club fail to qualify for the Champions League.
Benjamin Pavard certainly proved his worth at the World Cup as he is now one of the hottest prospects in the whole of world football. So, Liverpool must do everything they can to secure his services as they could certainly benefit from his talents both in the present and the future.
Indeed, the Frenchman could be available for around £31.7 million if his current club fail to quality for the Champions League, which doesn’t seem like that much money when you take some of the Reds’ previous purchases into consideration.