Surprise New : Liverpool is ‘planning a move’ for a’stunning’ €80 million player with an extraordinary release clause.

Liverpool are being linked with another RB Leipzig player just months after signing Dominik Szoboszlai from the Bundesliga club.

JurgenKlopp’s new look Liverpool have made a good start to the season after being boosted by the arrival of several new signings, including Szoboszlai.

TheReds signed two more players from German football this summer: Wataru Endo from Stuttgart and Ryan Gravenberch from Bayern Munich, while Alexis Mac Allister also arrived from Brighton.

Ifnew reports are to be believed, Liverpool could be looking to scour the Bundesliga in search of another young talent.

Bildjournalist Christian Falk claims Liverpool are keeping tabs on RB Leipzig striker Lois Openda, who has already scored five goals and provided two assists in ten games for his new club following his move from Lens this summer.

Leipzig signed Openda to a deal worth an initial €43 million after being won over by his “extraordinary” debut season in Ligue 1, in which he scored 21 goals in 38 games.

TheBelgian has now been linked with a move to the Premier League, with Arsenal and Manchester United also interested in the 23-year-old.

“Leipzig are a bit relaxed at the moment as there is no active release clause for Lois Openda next summer,” Falk wrote in Fabrizio Romano’s Daily Briefing.

“It starts in 2025 and I hear it is slightly higher than the €80 million declared elsewhere.

“I’m sure clubs like Liverpool will keep an eye on him.

You have already seen from Dominik Szoboszlai that they have had mostly positive experiences with the RB Leipzig players.

“The stylistic similarity between the two clubs is also remarkable, which is obviously an advantage for Liverpool.

”Speaking to BILD ahead of the new season, Openda said he has ambitions to be as good as Bayern Munich striker Harry Kane.

“Harry Kane is one of the best players in the world.

He’sbetter than me. But that’s what motivates me: I want to be at his level one day,” he said.

“I can do a lot more and I work on it every day to get the best out of myself.”

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