Liverpool ready to challenge Arsenal for footballing legend’s son

Liverpool and Arsenal could be set to battle it out for Borussia Monchengladbach’s Marcus Thuram.

The forward is currently impressing in the Bundesliga, but with his contract running into it’s final year with his current club, he has been earmarked for a potential January move.

While it emerged in recent days that we were ready to make our move for his signature, league rivals Liverpool have now been added to the list of potential suitors for a move in 2023, as reported by German publication FussballTransfers.

Our wide attacking areas look likely to be one which we will surely be looking to strengthen come January, with Emile Smith Rowe having struggled to prove his fitness on top of the fact that we failed to bring in a replacement for Nicolas Pepe, who was allowed to leave on loan in August.

Thuram could well be an exciting option, especially considering he can play in any of the three main attacking roles, and would represent competition for Jesus as well as out wide. He has 10 goals and three assists already this term, and that kind of form could see him play an important role in helping us continue to mount a serious assault on the title this term.


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  1. If it’s true that we want this lad. To me, he looks like a solid back-up option rather than someone with an eye for fighting to take Jesus or Saka’s spot in the team. He looks like he will simply rest both of those players. He doesn’t look especially like a top performer, he looks useful… Though what do I know after looking up one youtube video?

    1. What ever we do in the January market, we should focus on the object of winning the title, arsenal, now has players like lokonga, Marquinos who believe they must play, we give ten opportunity n we are beaten at home by teams like Brighton, so our focus should be target two or three game winning players n go for the title, period

  2. I thought we have had our own and admirable approach to player recruitment ……. No bidding competition …. we rather get on board players who want to be part of our project and love to be with us. Otherwise, we let them move on …..

  3. I have no idea why arsenal did not just buy that guy from Valencia; Guides. Now wolves bought him. This guy cannot play, he only scores. We need that guy from wolves “Guides”

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