The Reds have been named among the numerous parties across European football keen on the Borussia Dortmund goalscoring sensation.
However, signing the 20-year-old Norwegian this summer would prove to be an expensive outlay and any deal may have to wait until 2022 when an affordable release clause becomes active.
I think, Haaland, looking at him, he is tailor-made for our game.
Signed for just £17.1million from Red Bull Salzburg in January 2020 (BBC), Haaland has taken German football by storm – producing an incredible goal return of 53 goals in just 56 appearances for die Schwarzgelben.
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Whoever signs Haaland would automatically gain a monumental upper hand for seasons to come over their domestic rivals.
Having already netted 102 career goals in 150 senior appearances, the Norwegian has already become a richly sought after asset.
Ultimately, from a Liverpool perspective, the chances of paying in excess of £150million in the current climate are hugely unlikely.
Should Haaland stay put until the mooted £68million release clause comes around – Jurgen Klopp and co may well fancy their chances.