Former Liverpool striker Stan Collymore has urged Jurgen Klopp to sign Wolves’ £50 million-rated midfielder Ruben Neves.
The Portuguese international has impressed on his first season in the Premier League, after signing for Wolves in the Championship last season.
Grabbing four goals and three assists in the League, Neves has been a key man for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side, and has helped them to clinch seventh spot in the Premier League table.
The Wolves midfielder has been impressive, and he has certainly impressed Collymore, who has urged Jurgen Klopp to bring the midfielder to Anfield.
Speaking to Stadium Astro via Metro, the former Reds striker said:
If you’re champions of Europe, that in itself is a huge catch.
Players from around Europe will have seen the atmosphere this year and the type of football.
One who will be looking is Ruben Neves.
He’s been on the radar of several clubs, a playmaker.
He doesn’t score as many goals as he should but scores worldies.
Neves is the kind of guy you’d get on the ball in the final third and he has the vision of David Silva.
Neves has been previously linked with the likes of Manchester City and Manchester United, so the Reds could face competition for Neves signature.
Other Premier League stars the Reds could be interested in
Tielemans has been very impressive for the Foxes this season, but has now returned to Monaco.
Brendan Rodgers is trying to seal a deal, but the Reds could do worse than to swoop in and snatch Tielemans up.
Sessegnon was hyped up as a key man for Fulham, but things never really turned out right this season, for both parties.
The wing-back is still young, however, and Liverpool could be tempted to make a move.
The former Norwich City man almost signed for Liverpool years ago, but chose a move to the Canaries instead.
Maddison has been very impressive in his first season in the top flight, and created so many chances for the Foxes.
Zaha has been linked with a move away from Palace, with the forward having ambitions in the Champions League. He could be a great addition for the Reds.
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