He's a "Bull" – Liverpool have Moved in to Sign "Outstanding" Performer

Klopp Origi InjuryLiverpool manager Jurgen Klopp must solve the defensive dilemma this summer by securing top quality defenders.
The Reds have already agreed (LFC) a deal with Cameroonian international Joel Matip and the center half will be joining the Merseysiders on a free transfer from German side Schalke.
If reports are anything to by then Liverpool have moved in to sign another central defender in the form of Bayer Leverkusen’s Jonathan Tah.
According to renowned source SportBild, Liverpool have inquired about hiring the services of the 20-year-old German international who is rated around 12 million Euros.
The former Fortuna Dusseldorf defender featured in 46 games for the Bundesliga side last season and provided 2 assists.
He has been heavily praised for his “outstanding” performances and veteran team mate Stefan Kiessling claimed that Tah has body like a “Bull” (Independent).
Tah is currently at the European Championships with the national side. He replaced injured Rudiger in the squad.
In your opinion, should Liverpool sign Jonathan Tah?

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  1. fernando says:

    another defender will do now that skrtel is on the move and I would love to have hamsik and n strong defensive midfielder then its on for the season come on LFC ynwa

  2. Adonay Magi says:

    This guy will provide the much needed cover at the back. If this deal can go through, it should be followed to a logical conclusion. He’s just 20. Watch and see what he’ll grow into from 23 upward.

  3. RED PHIL says:

    How come Germany is awash with central defenders but Britain can’t find enough to fill a tandem? The need for another CB at Anfield is obvious, and some of the ones in Germany sound impressive, but can they ALL be that hot, that brilliant? Are they better than that Argentine guy who we are supposed to be after? Should we go for somebody young, with potential, or Howedes, of Germany, who is a very experienced, current international having not missed an international game for several years . . . and he is supposed to be available for a ridiculously low fee from a relatively small club. Young-ish, he’d be a perfect defensive partner for Hector and German-speaking Matip, and with Emre Can only a few yards further forward, they could natter away in German. How much fun would that be . . .

  4. RED PHIL says:

    After watching just half of the Portugal v Austria game, so far, can anybody tell me why we haven’t got somebody in the Portuguese dressing room thrusting a contract under the nose of William Carvalho? Only about 21, built like a brick you-know-what, fast and with good positional sense this guy could be the answer to our endless search for a defensive midfielder so let’s hope the next round of rumours hint at a Liverpool bid! Mind you, hinting seems to be as far as we ever get . . .

  5. baldheadedstooge says:

    either subotic or tah

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