After last night, Liverpool now have a golden chance to sign £65m man in January – Our View

Last night Liverpool secured a fantastic 3-0 win over Ajax in the Champions League as Barcelona and Frenkie de Jong crashed out in the Europa League.

According The temperatureJürgen Klopp has considered a move for the Dutch international ahead of the September 1 deadline amid numerous midfield injuries.

Now, after last night’s results and an interesting story from AthleticismLiverpool have a golden chance to sign the Dutchman.

Liverpool need to sign Frenkie de Jong

Good, Athleticism I think those at Camp Nou did not expect to drop out of the Champions League so quickly, and it could now have major repercussions for their future.

Barcelona are in dire financial straits, and money is said to still be owed to Liverpool for the £146 million transfer of Philippe Coutinho in 2018, which must be paid within seven months.

In addition to that, Forbes believes that the Spanish giants are actually keen on selling De Jong in January to alleviate their financial problems.

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Therefore, Liverpool will surely find themselves at the front of the line for his signature if they approach Barcelona this winter, given that they still owe money from the Coutinho deal.

Those at Anfield could offer to forfeit that money if it means they have priority to sign De Jong, or at least receive a discount on any swoop for the £65m man.

So far this season, Barcelona’s No.21 has done 14 appearances in all competitions, scoring a objective.

Frenkie de Jong could save Liverpool’s season

In our opinion, the 25-year-old is one of the best midfielders in Europe, and a midfield involving him, Thiago and Fabinho is enough to make your mouth water.

Liverpool’s season has been spotty due to frequent injury problems, particularly for those in the engine room who rock the Reds, like Thiago.

Therefore, Klopp could save Liverpool’s season and mount a serious Champions League push if he lands De Jong, who was arguably the hottest prospect on the planet at Ajax.

Keep an eye on this situation – if Liverpool decide to move for the Dutchman, they are in a strong negotiating position given the circumstances.

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