Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing Donyell Malen. However, Borussia Dortmund are likely to hold for a mega fee.
There is also a chance that a potential deal will happen in the next summer. However, the Reds could seal a pre-agreement in the January transfer window.
LIVERPOOL AND DONYELL MALEN TRANSFER LINKS FULL STORY
According to reports, Liverpool are showing interest in signing Donyell Malen. The report also claims that the Reds are hoping for a January transfer deal. However, Borussia Dortmund prefer a deal to sell in the next summer transfer window. Therefore, the report claims that negotiations will happen in the January transfer window to find a solution.
Donyell Malen is aware of the interest of Liverpool. However, he is focused on the season with Borussia Dortmund. Although, he is open to a move in the January transfer window. However, the Dortmund star player will not force a move out of the club. The Premier League giants are also aware of the premium transfer fee demanded from Borussia Dortmund.
BORUSSIA DORTMUND WILL DEMAND MEGA MONEY FOR THEIR STAR PLAYER
According to reports, Borussia Dortmund will demand a fee in the region of 60 million for Donyell Malen. This is also because they have already sold Jude Bellingham to Real Madrid. Hence, the Bundesliga giants will need big money to sell Malen to Liverpool. They are also in competition with Bayern Munich for the Bundesliga title as usual.
Hence, Liverpool are aware that Dortmund will not sell easily. However, they will try to test the resolve of the Bundesliga giants. This is because Reds manager Jurgen Klopp sees him as a star for the present and future. Therefore, a bid of 45-50 million is likely to arrive this January transfer window. However, the German giants will likely reject the offer immediately.
Liverpool are starting to become a top 4 side this season again. Therefore, the owners will definitely have to back Jurgen Klopp with funds in the January transfer window. However, they will also take care that they do not cross the rules of Financial Fair Play (FFP).
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