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Euro Paper Talk: Klopp lines up perfect Origi replacement as 15-goal LaLiga ace eyed by Liverpool

Enes Unal Getafe

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is lining up a move for versatile Getafe forward Enes Unal as a replacement for Divock Origi, while Friday’s Euro Paper Talk claims that a top Arsenal midfield target is on his way to the Premier League this summer.


Fresh from signing his new Liverpool contract, Jurgen Klopp once again turned his attention to summer recruitment as he continues to freshen up his first-team squad.

Luis Diaz was brought in January to challenge the likes of Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino for a role in Liverpool‘s prolific three-man attack alongside Mo Salah and Sadio Mane.

That move has already worked out well, with Diaz fitting into Klopp’s system perfectly.

However, with Anfield fan favourite Divock Origi leaving the club on a free this summer, Klopp is still looking for another attacker to bolster his squad.

And according to Fanatik, the Reds chief wants to bring in Getafe forward Enes Unal.

The 24-year-old Turkey international has scored has 15 goals in the current LaLiga season, attracting plenty of interest as a result.

The report adds that Klopp believes Unal is the perfect replacement for AC Milan bound Origi.

Unal making a name for himself in Spain

Divock Origi in advanced talks with AC Milan

Divock Origi in advanced talks with AC Milan

Divock Origi looks set for Italy switch as AC Milan talks advance

Unal, who began his career at Manchester City, joined Getafe from Villarreal in the summer of 2020.

His versatility across the frontline makes him an ideal fit for Liverpool’s rotation. However, it’s unclear whether the player will be happy to take on a bench role – having established himself as one of the top young talents in Spanish football.

Why there is no mention of a fee, Unal’s current contract runs out in 2025. That means Getafe can demand top dollar for a player they previously splashed out £9million for.


Julian Brandt Borussia Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund playmaker Julian Brandt is set to leave the club this summer for a switch to the Premier League, having been previously linked with Arsenal. (SportBILD)

Chelsea are lining up Villarreal star Pau Torres as a direct replacement for Real Madrid-bound Antonio Rudiger. (La Razon)

Luka Modric has agreed a new contract at Real Madrid, which would see the veteran midfielder stay at the Bernabeu for the 2022-23 season. (AS)

Fabrizio Romano insists that Gianluca Scamacca will move clubs this summer despite signing a new contract with Sassuolo, opening the door for Arsenal to make a move. (FC Inter News)

Arsenal have shown the ‘most concrete’ interest in PSV Eindhoven star Cody Gakpo and would be a good fit for him should he make the move, according to analyst Aad de Mos. (Sport Witness)

Bayern Munich are making plans to replace Serge Gnabry in case the winger doesn’t extend his contract. FC Salzburg’s Karim Adeyemi is the player they have their eye on. (Kicker)

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Darwin Nunez, Benfica, April 2022.

Liverpool target Darwin Nunez is more likely to join PSG than Bayern Munich this summer. (Abendzeitung)

Real Madrid could look to sell Toni Kroos this summer after the Germany international’s drop in form. (El Nacional)

Leeds United are keen on Standard Liege midfielder Nicolas Raskin. However, they face competition from Club Brugge and Genoa for the player’s signature. (Het Laatste Nieuws)

Bayern Munich are eyeing Luka Jovic as a potential replacement for Robert Lewandowski. (Sport)

Borussia Dortmund are planning for life after Erling Haaland and have their eyes on Sparta Prague’s Adam Hlozek, Stade Reims star Hugo Ekitike and Benjamin Sesko from FC Salzburg. (Kicker)

Atletico Madrid have joined West Ham and Aston Villa in the chase to sign James Rodriguez. The former Everton man no longer wants to stay at Al-Rayyan. (Fichajes)

Cedric Soares could head out of Arsenal this summer, with Newcastle and Porto among the clubs considering an approach. (Tuttomercatoweb)