It looks like Liverpool are growing increasingly frustrated with the movement that they are making in the Naby Keita deal. And Jurgen Klopp has decided that it is better to shift the club’s focus to other targets rather than linger on with one.
As a reason of which Jurgen Klopp might have opened interests in signing Sebastian Szymański from Polish side Legia Warsaw as per reports.
Well, the 18-year-old midfielder is a youth product of the Polish side Legia Warsaw and currently, plays for their first team. The player has also represented Poland in the U-19 levels. While he is primarily a central midfielder but the U-19 International has played most of his games for the senior squad as a ring winger. The lad also scored one goal for Legia Warsaw’s senior side and that came in the Champions League qualifier last week against Finnish side Mariehamn.
The initial report has been sourced out of Polska Times but unfortunately, it does not provide any information as to whether a bid has been made or is it likely to be placed. But as per Transfer Markt Sebastian is valued at €150,000.
Knowing the managerial traits of Jurgen Klopp and what a big supporter of youth he is, it won’t be surprising if the Liverpool manager signs the 18-year-old up. And since Liverpool are back in the Champions League a depth of squad will be nothing short of a necessity for the German coach.