Liverpool round-up: Jurgen Klopp wants £35m Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

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Aubameyang bid

Jurgen Klopp hasn’t been at Liverpool for long, but he’s already assimilating a list of potential targets for future transfer windows.

Reds fans will be pleased to know that in-form striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is on Klopp’s possible purchase list, with it reported - by The Sun - that a £35million bid for the 26-year-old could be submitted from Anfield.

He’s not the only player linked, so his transfer is far from certain, but there’s no denying Klopp will want him if he has the chance.

Klopp's kids

Moving on, the Reds’ new boss has offered an insight into how he will. manage Liverpool, confirming he’ll give youngsters a chance.

Klopp said experience was important, but that he didn’t care about it with regards to squad selections. That suggests he’ll be giving the players just breaking into the first-team fold their opportunities, just as Brendan Rodgers did.

Gomez on Lewandowski

On the subject of youngsters, left-back Joe Gomez has hailed Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski on Twitter, describing him as being ‘on flames’.

The 18-year-old tweeted in response to Lewandowski’s match-winning goal against the Republic of Ireland. The Poland man certainly is on fire

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