Liverpool consider move to sign forward in January – Report
As per an exclusive report covered by 90min, Liverpool are weighing up a move to sign Copenhagen striker Mohammed Daramy in the January transfer window.
It is mentioned that the Merseysiders and other European clubs have scouted the player this season. However, the European Champions are considering making an offer for the 17-year-old center forward, who can play in the wide attacking positions as well
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In the current campaign, so far the youngster has featured in 19 games in all competitions (including reserves), scored 7 goals and provided 3 assists. For the senior side, Daramy has not scored in the league as yet but he has netted two goals in as many Danish Cup appearances this term (Transfermarkt).
The Sierra Leone born player’s current contract with the reigning Danish champions will expire in December 2021.
Liverpool were pretty much inactive in the summer transfer window as far as the signings are concerned. It will be intriguing to see how they go about their transfer business in the winter transfer window.
As far as the current strike-force is concerned, in the first team, Firmino is the main center forward and in the back-up, we do have Origi, who has been brilliant for us as a super sub.
In the youth team, we have a talented striker in the form of Rhian Brewster, who made his debut back in September and has already made two first team appearances under Klopp.
In the summer, we opted to sell Bobby Duncan to Italian side Fiorentina and the club have not replaced him as yet. Have your say – should Liverpool sign Mohammed Daramy in January?