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30 Jan 2017

Klopp Wants Me: 'Lightning-fast' wing sensation confirms 'Liverpool' transfer 'interest'. Done deal this week?

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Liverpool appear to be tracking one of the Belgian League's most promising attackers.

Speaking to reporters on Saturday, Nigerian youngster Henry Onyekuru claimed:

"My agency informed me Liverpool have shown interest. I am glad a big team like Liverpool too have showed interest in me".

An alleged source close to Onyekuru's club Eupen - who are currently 13th in the Belgian Pro League - further claimed:

"Onyekuru's agent told me about Liverpool’s interest yesterday. He will most likely leave before the end of this transfer window".

Some info about Onyekuru:

* 19-year old left-winger, who can also play on the right, and upfront. Contract expires: 2020.

* Eupen: 26 goals/assists in 44 apps (One every 118 mins).

* This season: 18 goals/assists in 25 apps (One every 123 mins)

* Scouting Report (Strengths): "Lightning-fast player who usually plays on the left wing despite being right-footed. Impressive speed, combined with agility and decent dribbling skills. Solid finishing skills".

* Supports Arsenal, and cites Thierry Henry as his favourite player.

* Dec 2016: When asked about his future, Onyekuru told OGN: "I’d like to go to England. I would rather go to Arsenal. There are many scouts who follow me".

A 'lightning-fast, right-footed winger? Sounds like a Sadio Mane clone, which is exactly what Liverpool need. However, Onyekuru is comparatively inexperienced, and although his creative record is decent, the Belgian League is - with respect - several quality levels below the the Premier League.

That said, recent reports suggest that Eupen will sell Onyekuru for £3m, so in real terms, there's very little financial risk involved. Worth a bid?



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