Meanwhile, Juventus are also interested in luring the Dortmund midfielder to Turin, but reports claim the Reds are intent on hijacking any potential deal for the Turkish midfielder.
During the January transfer window, Liverpool were linked with Gundogan and during that time, and he said: “Playing outside Germany is one of my big goals. I’d like to play for one of the big teams in England.”
Speculation started gathering wings in April once again and over the weekend, Italian news outlet Tuttosport claim Gundogan is keen for a reunion with Klopp at Anfield.
Meanwhile, signing Gundogan will certain be a huge risk considering Klopp already has a number of injury-prone players in his ranks. Gundogan has more inclination to injury than Daniel Sturridge and, Klopp will be making a mistake if he signs the Dortmund midfield ace.
To be fair, Gundogan’s quality is not in doubt but the German boss should rather look to bring in more physically robust players.
Manchester United were massively touted to sign Gundogan this past summer, but Louis van Gaal had other options – bringing in Bastian Schweinsteiger and Morgan Schneiderlin instead.