Liverpool and Manchester City ‘join the race to sign £35m-rated Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Florian Neuhaus’… but Premier League giants face competition from Bayern Munich, Dortmund and Juventus
- Liverpool, Man City, Bayern and Dortmund are all interested in Florian Neuhaus
- Liverpool are said to be leading the transfer race to the midfielder’s signature
- The 23-year-old is, however, under contract at Monchengladbach until 2024
- Liverpool will have to activate Neuhaus’s £35million release clause to sign him
Liverpool FC are ready to rival Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Dortmund for the signing of Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Florian Neuhaus.
According to reports, the reigning Premier League champions, Liverpool, are leading the transfer race to sign the 23-year-old at the end of the 2020-21 season.
Liverpool will, however, have to activate Neuhaus’ £35million release clause as he is under contract at Monchengladbach until 2024.
Liverpool, Manchester City, Bayern Bayern and Dortmund are all interested in Florian Neuhaus
Jurgen Klopp will have to fight off interest from the likes of Borussia Dortmund – who have shown their interest in the Germany international, according to Kicker.
Serie A champions Juventus and Champions League holders Bayern Munich are also said to be monitoring the situation with Neuhaus.
While Manchester City are reportedly keeping tabs on the 23-year-old ahead of the upcoming summer transfer window.
Liverpool are leading the race and could sign him to replace Wijnaldum if he joins Barcelona
Neuhaus has scored four goals and registered four assists in 19 games in the German top-flight
According to Kicker, Neuhaus feels ‘at home in Minchengladbach’ and has a strong relationship with the sporting director Max Eberl, but could depart the Bundesliga side in the summer.
Liverpool have highlighted Neuhaus as a potential replacement for Georginio Wijnaldum – should he leave Anfield for Barcelona on a free transfer this year.
Neuhaus would be a valuable addition to Klopp’s side – having has scored four goals and registered four assists in 19 games in the German top-flight this season.