Jurgen Klopp wants to sign Andre Ayew

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp could target Swansea City forward Andre Ayew in the New Year, according to ESPN. 

The report claims that the new Reds boss is a huge admirer of Ayew, having previously attempted to sign him for German outfit Borussia Dortmund. 

The 25-year-old, formerly of Ligue 1 outfit Marseille, only completed a move to the Premier League this past summer, but it appears that the Reds could target him sooner rather than later.


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The Ghana international has enjoyed a wonderful start to his career with the Swans and even picked up the Player of the Month award for August. 

The report goes on to suggest, however, that the Swans would be against offloading the talented forward at this stage, but that may not stop the Liverpool hierarchy testing the club's resolve. 

Klopp impact

Let's be honest, Liverpool are going to be linked with a whole host of names over the coming months. Ultimately, though, Klopp's immediate focus will be on getting the best out of his current crop of players at Anfield. 

With the Reds sitting in 10th position in England's elite division, they can't afford to fall any further behind their rivals in the race for the top-four. 

Next weekend's clash at White Hart Lane against Tottenham will most definitely test the club's credentials. 

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