22 Feb 2017

Deal Close: 'Sensational' £25m star wanted by Liverpool agrees bargain transfer. €10m clause to be activated by BVB

It looks like Liverpool may be about to miss out on yet another bargain transfer this summer.

The Reds have been linked numerous times with Borussia Monchengladbach star Mahmound Dahoud, with the last link coming in January, when reports claimed that Klopp Jurgen was planning a last-gasp move for the 'sensational' midfielder. Well, according to German newspaper Bild this week:

* Borussia Dortmund will beat Liverpool to the signing of Mahmoud Dahoud this summer.

* Bild claims that Dahoud has a paltry €10m release clause in his contract, which BVB will activate.

It seems ludicrous that Dahoud (who's allegedly worth £25m) - will leave for just €10m, but many other credible sources have also claimed that the buyout clause exists, so whoever snaps him up will get a huge bargain. Why is it always other clubs who snap up these amazing bargain deals?

If Liverpool are genuinely interested in Dahoud, then it's surely massive negligence to lose out on a player with such an affordable transfer fee? To be fair, Klopp signed Joel Matip for free, and he signed some fantastic players for a pittance at BVB, so he certainly has it in him to find top class bargains.

I watch the Bundesliga regularly, and I just don't get the hype over Dahoud. That said, for €10m, he's definitely worth it. Will Liverpool prevail? We'll see.

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