Liverpool transfer news as playmaker who rejected Barcelona being chased amid claim about $107m star

Oscar Gloukh to Liverpool

Liverpool are interested in signing RB Salzburg talent Oscar Gloukh with the Reds among the teams watching the Israeli international closely.

The Anfield outfit has successfully rebuilt their midfield with the additions of Mac Allister, Szoboszlai, Endo, and Gravenberch. Klopp has clearly replaced his aging midfield with the young and exciting superstars.

Before that, the Merseysiders brought in Luiz Dias, Darwin Nunez, and Cody Gakpo, who have picked up pace this season.

But while this is good news for the fans, the eventual departure of Thiago Alcantara should also be addressed. The Spaniard is on the verge of becoming a free agent with his contract running down.

If the 32-year-old leaves, Klopp must fill his void with another young midfielder. Hence, more transfer links have emerged and an unlikely player has come up on the list.

Oscar Gloukh: A Player Liverpool now chase

Liverpool along with Man Utd and Arsenal have been interested in signing RB Salzburg’s emerging talent, Oscar Gloukh.

As per Goal, the Reds have been among the teams to be watching the Israeli international closely.

The 19-year-old played for Maccabi Tel Aviv until January and switched to RB Salzburg but also rejected a chance to play for Barcelona.

The youngster denied the chance to move to Spain and moved to Austria instead in a £6.0m deal.

Oscar Gloukh will be in action in the Champions League on Wednesday as they take on Benfica in the group stages.

The attacking midfielder has played 24 matches for the Austrian club thus far and has scored three goals.

Moreover, he recently scored the equalizer against Romania which kept Israel in the race to qualify for the finals from Group I.

Liverpool have kept a close eye on the Red Bull group in the past so they will definitely be aware of his talent.

Moreover, Oscar has been hailed and considered a top emerging talent for a couple of years now. But he might need another move before he signs for a really elite side.

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