- Liverpool are interested in signing two RB Leipzig players
- Jurgen Klopp is interested in left backs Andrew Robertson and Ryan Sessegnon
- Klopp wants Virgil Van Dijk but faces stiff competition from champions Chelsea
Jurgen Klopp's summer transfer targets have been identified in a report by the Independent.
It is understood that the Reds are interested in two left-backs; Fulham's 16-year-old Ryan Sessegnon and relegated Hull City's Andrew Robertson.
The two are just a part of five man shortlist drawn up by the Reds as they aim to compete in four competitions next season.
Klopps is looking to sign at least one left-back, a forward, a central midfielder and a centre-half.
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The report also claims the former Champions League winners will raid RB Leipzig for Timo Werner, a striker and Naby Keita, a midfielder.
Southampton’s Virgil van Dijk is the center-back the German manager has set his eyes on but a move could prove complicated.
NAIJ.com understands the Dutch international wants to join Premier League champions Chelsea.
After assessing this season, Klopp saw the early-season title challenge fade and that forced him to look at the transfer market.
Klopp wants to add more options - especially at left-back as the club look to compete on all fronts next season.
Left-back has been a problem for the Reds which has forced Liverpool to play James Milner in the role.
£15m-rated Sessegnon is a choice though his age (16) and competition from Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City could force the club to look elsewhere.
Robertson of relegated Hull City is an option at left back while Klopp is keen on 21-year-old forward Werner and 22-year-old midfielder Keita.
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