Mahmoud Dahoud being tracked by Liverpool

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Liverpool are aggressively pursuing Borussia Monchengladbach’s talented midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud.

This has been reported by the Daily Mail, who claim that the Reds are also interested in signing Poland international Piotr Zielinski. 

With Southampton ace Sadio Mane reportedly edging closer to a move to Merseyside, there's every chance that the dynamic of the Liverpool team will change over the coming months. 


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Following Liverpool's Europa League final defeat at the hands of Sevilla back in May, Reds chief Jurgen Klopp hinted that his side would look different ahead of the 2016/17 campaign. Perhaps, then, the club will attempt to secure a deal for Dahoud sooner rather than later. 

Dahoud, 20, is a Syrian-born German footballer who enjoyed a prominent season in the Bundesliga last term. Indeed, the midfielder made as many as 30 league appearances, scoring five goals and racking up eight assists. 

Liverpool changes expected 

It's safe to say, then, that he would improve the Liverpool side in terms of creativity ahead of the new season. 

After finishing the Premier League campaign in eighth position last season, the Liverpool boss will surely be desperate to make an impact on the Premier League title race in the immediate future. 

It certainly won't be easy for the Reds to once again challenge towards the summit of the division, but three or four top-class additions could help them thrive. 

Liverpool fans: do you want your club to sign Dahoud? Have your say below! 

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