Liverpool has a full complement of attackers, including Mohamed Salah, Darwin Nunez, and Diogo Jota. Harvey Elliott can also play on the right wing, and young players such as Ben Doak and Kaide Gordon are also in the pipeline.
On the other hand, the Egyptian winger has been linked with a move to Saudi Arabia, and no one knows if he will stay next season when he will no longer have the coaching core of Jurgen Klopp. It is also possible that Liverpool will not be able to turn down a huge offer from a Middle Eastern club.
According to Bild, the club is still keeping a close eye on Hoffenheim forward Maximilian Beier, who has long been reported to be of interest to Liverpool. Premier League sides such as Everton, Burnley, and Brentford have also expressed interest in the player.
The 21-year-old striker, who has scored seven goals and assisted five others in 20 games this season, also made his debut for the German U-21 national team in September 2023, and has been rapidly improving his reputation over the past year. He plays mainly as a center forward, and his strengths include sharp dribble penetration.
However, with the announcement of Jurgen Klopp’s resignation as Liverpool manager, there is no denying the possibility that this will have an impact on future plans for reinforcements.
In addition, Jorg Schmatke, who has a thick pipeline with the Bundesliga, has also left the team, and it is unclear whether he will continue to be mentioned as a target this summer.
Will the scorer, who could be the savior of the German national team’s lack of scoring potential, leave the club, where he is under contract until June 2027, and make the step up to England?