The appointment of Jurgen Klopp as the manager of Liverpool was greeted with delight as fans and pundits think he can lift the club to a title contending side.
Following the injuries to his players and his own football ideology, he has been heavily tipped to be active in the transfer market to bring in player to Merseyside that will play to his ideology and fire Liverpool to winning titles.
Reports have emerged that Germany international and Borrussia Dortmund star winger Marco Reus has agreed a deal with Liverpool that will see him join the club in January. But the reports are still not clear but we hope to bring you more details.
Reus, was signed from Borrussia Monchengladbach to the Signa Iduna Park outfit by Jurgen Klopp and the aforementioned are both rooting for re-union. Reus was a favourite winger for Klopp while the German tactician was at the helms at Dormund.
The attack of Liverpool has failed to score this term with main Man Daniel Sturridge battling with a lingering injury. Klopp is keen on bolstering his squad and has agreed to adhere to the pleas of the Kop fans who have asked that Reus be signed.
Reus has scored eight goals in 12 Bundesliga games and is also on the radar of Real Madrid but Klopp is in pole position to sign him. He will provide option in the attack for Liverpool.
The reports states that £50 million has been paid already for the player’s signature.