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Reliable journo confirms Ryan Sessegnon is Liverpool's top left-back target

19 May 2017

The 17-year-old has also been interesting Arsenal and Manchester City with both keen on adding left-backs in the off-season.

Hull City's Andy Robertson is another player that has been linked with a move to Merseyside but the ECHO's James Pearce reports that it's a move that is "is unlikely to materialise" due to the fact that Liverpool doesn't intend to follow up on their interest.

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The two other targets that Klopp has in mind are Red Bull Leipzig forward Timo Werner and midfielder Naby Keita, with a number of player departures also planned for the summer. There's (arguably) no developmental reason for a 16/17-year old to leave when he's playing regular first-team football.

Meanwhile 21-year-old Werner has been in impressive form for his club, with the versatile attacker scoring 21 goals in 31 appearances for the side sitting second in the Bundesliga.

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That in turn makes life hard for Liverpool and Klopp, as they will hope that they can convince their top targets to move to Anfield, as they will also have the benefit of being able to offer Champions League football and an ever-improving squad and project under the German tactician.

With the summer transfer window fast approaching, Jurgen Klopp is reportedly remains interested one of the Championship's brightest prospects. As such, it looks like the German manager is looking to expand the size of his squad to deal with the rigours of such a hectic season.

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Sessegnon, who turns 17 on Thursday, is now thought to be their primary target with the England under-19 worldwide enjoying a brilliant breakthrough season in the second tier. Robertson might be the most unexciting name on the list but his proven talents could come in crucial during the long season. The versatile Keita could operate in a number of different roles in the centre of the park, which would be useful to Klopp depending on injuries and suspensions.

Reliable journo confirms Ryan Sessegnon is Liverpool's top left-back target