Liverpool scouts’ glowing report convinces Klopp to hunt teenage sensation

Liverpool scouts’ glowing report convinces Klopp to hunt teenage sensation

Liverpool have begun keeping serious tabs on Sparta Prague striker Adam Hlozek ahead of a potential transfer swoop, reports claim.

The Reds could look to add another forward to their ranks, but such a move will depend on outgoings. One of either Divock Origi or Xherdan Shaqiri – or both – could leave, making room for a new addition. Shaqiri has interest from Lazio, while reports earlier this year linked Origi with a move back to Belgium.

As for who could come in, West Ham’s Jarrod Bowen has emerged recently as a target.

According to Football Insider, though, Hlozek has now also entered the fray.

Liverpool have stepped up their interest after watching the 18-year-old play in his side’s Champions League qualifier against Rapid Vienna on Tuesday.

Scouts felt impressed by his showing, as he played the full 90 minutes of Sparta Prague’s 2-1 defeat.

As a result, Liverpool chiefs are ‘weighing up a bid. Hlozek will reportedly cost between £15million and £20million.

However, West Ham and AC Milan have both had interest in the Czech Republic international before and remain keen.

Still, Liverpool feel that the striker is a youthful and promising forward – two key boxes to tick in their hunt for a new addition.

Hlozek netted in Sparta’s 2-2 friendly draw with Dynamo Moscow earlier this month.

Before then, though, he played a bit-part role in the Czech Republic’s run to the Euro 2020 quarter-finals.

He played 74 minutes in the group stages, before playing six more in the knockout rounds. However, first-choice man Patrick Schick proved his worth up top.

Liverpool endure mixed transfer window

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The Reds have endured a mixed summer window to date, with uncertainty over star men deflating the excitement of a new signing.

Ibrahima Konate may have bolstered their ranks, but reports have claimed that captain Jordan Henderson could leave in a shock development.

The 31-year-old has two years left on his contract, but extension talks have been ‘unsatisfactory’ so far.


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