Liverpool are very interested in signing exciting Bundesliga star

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Journalist Ben Jacobs has revealed that Liverpool are keeping a close eye on Bundesliga’s standout defender Evan Ndicka.

There has been alot of speculation in the media that Ndicka is a man that the Reds are very much interested in signing – and if you believe all the reports – the German outfit are open to doing a deal if the right price is offered.

The defender is one of the most talented young centre-backs in the Bundesliga and has a number of clubs interested in a potential deal – especially as he is out of contract at the end of the current season

The French defender has been exceptional playing for Eintracht Frankurt and is being chased by the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United.

The Reds are reportedly looking to partner Ndicka with Virgil Van Dijk to form a formidable defensive partnership – while Jurgen Klopp also wants to plug his defensive frailties this seaosn.

“Liverpool have kept an eye on him, and then, a whole variety of others across Europe.”Jacobs told The Football Terrace.

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There is no doubt that Liverpool need to continue adding to the squad and adding a bit more depth – so making a move for Ndicka makes alot of sense.

He is a brilliantly gifted talent and a man that has a big future in the game – and for £13 million he could be a very solid January bargain

So, if the Reds do decide to get a deal done for the player – he will certainly add to that squad and make that back-line a bit more solid

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