La Liga Attacker Ready To Join Liverpool – Wants To Work With Klopp

By on January 9, 2018

The January transfer window is now open so clubs are working hard trying to strengthen their squads for the second half of the season and put deals in place for the summer. Today, Dani Ceballos wants to join Liverpool….

Dani Ceballos is ready to join Liverpool in order to work under Jurgen Klopp after struggling to force his way in to the Real Madrid first team, according to a report in the Mirror.

Ceballos made his name at Real Betis after progressing through their youth ranks and snubbed interest from a number of top European clubs to join Madrid in a £12m move last summer.

However, the 21-year-old’s time at the Bernabeu hasn’t gone according to plan during his first six months as Ceballos has struggled to establish himself in Zinedine Zidane’s starting eleven.

The youngster has made just two starts in the league and has only appeared from the bench in the Champions League so it’s understandable that he’s become frustrated with his lack of regular first team football.

Liverpool were linked with Ceballos when he left Betis last summer and the Mirror suggest that Klopp retains an interest in the player as he looks to add more creativity to his squad following Philippe Coutinho’s move to Barcelona.

The Reds have now been handed a huge boost as the newspaper is citing a report from Diario Gol that claims Ceballos wants to join Liverpool as he’s keen to work with Klopp at Anfield.

The Spanish publication says the 21-year-old feels Klopp is the man to reignite his career and is ready to make the move to Liverpool this month in a bid to salvage his World Cup hopes.

Ceballos is predominantly a central attacking midfielder so he would help fill the void left by Coutinho if he does move to Merseyside this month but it remains to be seen whether Madrid will sanction his sale.

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The Spanish youngster still has over five years left to run on his contract meaning the La Liga giants are under no pressure to sell so Liverpool may have to make an offer Madrid can’t refuse in order to get a deal agreed.


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