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Report: Liverpool enter the race to sign Premier League assist king

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Report: Liverpool enter the race to sign Premier League assist king

Ryan Fraser is attracting serious interest after a glowing season at the Vitality Stadium.

Liverpool have joined Arsenal and Manchester United in the quest to land Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser, according to reports in The Sun.

The Champions League finalists are the latest to show their interest in the Scottish performer. The vast interest from a number of clubs is on the back of a superb season that reaped eight goals and 15 assists.

It is thought that the 23-year-old could leave the Cherries and a bid of £30 million could be deemed acceptable by Eddie Howe.

Liverpool finished second in the Premier League behind Manchester City. Despite winning a staggering 97 points; they lost out to the Citizens who earned one more point.

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The Reds will hope to challenge for the elusive Premier League crown next season. The arrival of Fraser would enhance the competition for places within Jurgen Klopp’s ranks.

 

TBR Verdict

The beauty of landing Fraser for any Premier League outfit is that he is already up to scratch with the division. There won’t be any settling in period where he needs to adapt; as he has already shown his capabilities with Bournemouth.

Fraser should perhaps look at Xherdan Shaqiri as a primary reason not to sign for Liverpool, however. The attacker was plucked from Stoke last season but found first-team chances limited at Anfield in 2018/19.

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The trickster will want to join a top-six club provided he can be offered assurances about playing regular football. With Liverpool tackling four competitions there should be ample chances for him to impress.

Fraser likes to get the ball down and run at defenders and his all-action style would make him an effortless fit into Klopp’s brand of football.

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