Liverpool transfer link makes Werner 'proud'

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The Reds are likely to face plenty of competition for their signature, with a host of European clubs set to be interested in the pair in the upcoming window.

I echo both Jones and Reddy's thoughts in saying that I believe the deal hinges on how happy Werner is not being a regular starter to begin with.

"I know that many good players are at Liverpool".

"Sadio Mane needed to come off as well as the gamer they prompt in is Divock Origi, that is a Liverpool tale as a result of what occurred in 2015 at the Wanda Metropolitano, yet it's not fairly adequate for the very best group on the planet to be bringing that high quality on".

Last month, David Ornstein wrote for The Athletic it is "probable that neither Sancho nor Mbappé will end up at Anfield for the foreseeable future", describing Liverpool as having "little interest" in spending the kind of money it would take to land such players.

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From there we see flashes of returning characters, although they're not going to behave almost the same as in previous seasons. Charlotte is anxious that it's five of them "against an entire world of them", but Dolores assures her "it'll be enough".

"Jurgen Klopp is probably just waiting another year on, some players getting another year older and then he can maybe refresh it". Some fans on social media certainly think so.

"Also, you have to think of injuries and the Africa Cup of Nations next season with Salah and Mane going away, it's nearly certain Liverpool will buy a top attacking player".

Having spent the last few years considered to be among the best emerging strikers in Europe, Werner has stepped things up to a new level in 2019/20 and is on course to break through the 30-goal barrier for the first time in his career - he now has 26 in all competitions.

When you're linked with that team it makes you very proud but in case of that, it's a pleasure.

Jurgen Klopp and the Liverpool recruitment team have been proved wise so far in their decision not to bring in any big names. They bought Takumi Minamino for £7m which is nothing in this day and age.

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