Klopp eyeing Dortmund’s Turkish prodigy as Coutinho’s replacement
Liverpool have been told to brass up £18m for Borussia Dortmund’s Turkish star Emre Mor.
Borussia Dortmund’s wonder kid Emre Mor has been many clubs’ subject of interest, with Celta Vigo, Fenerbahce and Wolfsburg to name among a few.
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According to Bild, the 20-year-old will only be released in a permanent deal, with a fee that would represent more than double the fee (£8.3m) paid in 2016 to Nordsjaelland.
Barcelona are keen on signing Coutinho, as a possible replacement for Neymar – just in case the Brazilian leaves in a world record transfer to PSG.
Jurgen Klopp wants Coutinho to stay with Liverpool but as per the things stand, Coutinho looks well set to leave LFC. The Reds are however, making plans in case Coutinho does end up joining the Spanish giants.
Borussia Dortmund wonder kid Emre Mor is being considered as a potential replacement.
According to reports in England, Jurgen Klopp was initially reluctant about a permanent deal and wanted to land the Turkish winger on a loan move but Dortmund are prepared to sell him for the right price.
Turkish outlet Fanatik claim that Dortmund are demanding £18 million for the rising star.
Mor’s agent Muzzi Ozcan had earlier revealed that 14 club have made an offer for Mor, who only made 12 Bundesliga appearances under Thomas Tuchel last season.
Turkish-Football reported Ozcan as saying:
“Fourteen offers have been made for Emre Mor but Borussia Dortmund have yet to respond to any of the bids. It is not clear yet what will happen, he could even leave on loan or stay at Dortmund.”
Mor, who represented Turkey at the 2016 European Championships in France last year, is a versatile player, having the ability to play on the right wing as well as in attacking midfield will be a great recruit for the Reds.