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Liverpool round-up: Gotze deal still possible; midfielder scouted; starlet explains Chelsea rejection


Liverpool round-up: Gotze deal still possible; midfielder scouted; starlet explains Chelsea rejection

After twice being linked with a move to re-join his former coach Jurgen Klopp at Anfield, Goal says that a move to Merseyside is still possible for Borussia Dortmund attacking midfielder Mario Gotze despite being diagnosed with Myopathy. The rare condition leads to weakening of the muscles, but Klopp is still pondering over a move for the German.

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It is understood that the 24-year-old would not be a priority in the summer, but if a deal can be struck then Klopp is confident that he could bring the World Cup winner back to his best. Gotze at his best could be the final piece of the jigsaw at Liverpool for the boss, but his recovery could see whether a deal is possible or not.

Further back in midfield, A Bola state that Liverpool have joined Manchester United in scouting Porto midfielder Danilo as they look to add steel and strength to their midfield. The holding midfielder has impressed in the league and Champions League, attracting attention from all over Europe.

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The 25-year-old Portugal international has 17 caps to his name and was part of the squad that won the European Championships in France in the summer, although he was surprisingly dropped for the final against the host country. Now, a move away from Porto could be in line for the former Parma man.

With one eye on the future, 16-year-old Rhian Brewster is one of the talents that is tipped for big things at the club, and the striker has explained why he moved to the club from Chelsea two years ago as he told the club website:

“I was at Chelsea from the age of seven to 14 but then I told them I wanted to look at my options because I didn’t see a pathway to become a first-team player there. There were a few clubs interested but once I knew Liverpool were one of them it was an easy choice. Liverpool is a club that does give young players opportunities and it’s a great feeling to play for this club… All I want to do is one day play for Liverpool’s first team. I will do all I can to try and make that happen.”

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Brewster is yet to feature for the first team but has been called up to join the first team for training at Melwood on numerous occasions throughout the season.

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