These 3 Bundesliga stars will arrive Anfield if the club is taken over by Middle Eastern mogul

Even as marquee Summer signings are guaranteed with the presence of Jurgen Klopp at Anfield, the club’s likely acquisition by a yet-to-be-identified Middle Eastern family member of Manchester City owner, Sheikh Mansour will see the German spend freely in the transfer market. The Daily Star reports that talks are ongoing for a new ownership of the Merseysiders, and the takeover is worth 700 million Pounds. If that is successfully done, 3 of the hottest players in the German league are most likely to arrive Anfield – there are enough funds to secure their services.

Bayern Munich’s duo of Robert Lewandowski and Mario Gotze are definitely still admired by their former coach at Dortmund, and the German tactician desires to have them work with him once again. The duo broke onto the scene while still under Klopp’s tutelage at the Signal Iduna Park, and are still in great form. Gotze has a transfer value of 20 million Pounds, and Liverpool will sure get him if they so wish. He hasn’t been able to attain his full potential due to lack of frequent playing time, and a lot of that is guaranteed at Liverpool, as long as his former tutor remains in charge.

Borussia Mönchengladbach midfielder, Granit Xhaka will surely leave Germany at the end of the season, reports Bild, and despite being linked with Arsenal, Liverpool are also keen, and the chance to work with Klopp side will sure interest any Bundesliga player. With the money and persuasion, the arrival of the Switzerland international is possible. So are those of the aforementioned former Dortmund duo. It definitely promises to be a cash-spending Summer transfer window for the Reds.

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