Following the appointment of Liverpool’s new boss Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool are bound to see the influx and exit of players as the German tactician will look to build a team after his football philosophy.
In the news this morning, Wesley Sneijder could complete a surprise move to Anfield when the transfer market re-opens in the January of 2016, reports the Metro.
The former Inter Milan midfielder has been attracted to Jurgen Klopp and he is open to a move according to the report.
Sneijder, 31, has been impressive for his Turkish club Galatasaray since moving there two seasons ago. He has made 80 appearances and scored 27 goals and has been highly praised by fans and enthusiast of the Turkish League.
Klopp inherited a Liverpool with so many players outlined because of injuries. Danny Ings, Daniel Sturridge and host of his midfielders and attacking players have been on the treatment table beginning this season.
It is understood that the German tactician is looking for a quick fix in his midfield and January is the time he is looking to bolster his thin squad.
Meanwhile, Klopp is yet to win a game for the Reds in the Premier League. A win for them will move them further up their ninth position of the Log.