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Liverpool keen to sign Borussia Dortmund winger Donyell Malen

Liverpool could be looking to bolster their attacking midfield areas in the summer and they have been checking on some of the top talents across Europe. 

The Reds will usher in a new direction next summer under a new manager as Jurgen Klopp will step down from his role after nine years at the club. Fenway Sports Group are in the process of setting up the structure, and already Michael Edwards has been appointed as the club’s CEO.

Liverpool will also appoint a sporting director shortly. Edwards has a keen eye for picking up talents, and Liverpool will go through their scouting process rigorously before making moves for new additions.

While the Reds have enough depth and quality in their forward areas, Edwards could make the ruthless decision to offload Mohamed Salah if the Reds receive a good offer from Saudi clubs. Likewise, Cody Gakpo, who has struggled to make a huge impact, could face an uncertain future.

Liverpool in race to sign Borussia Dortmund winger Donyell Malen

According to Sky Sports journalist, Florian Plettenberg, Liverpool are in the race to sign Borussia Dortmund winger Donyell Malen in the summer transfer window.

The Reds could face competition from Arsenal and other Premier League clubs. Fabrizio Romano shared Malen could leave the German club next summer, and he is emerging as a “concrete option” for Liverpool among others.

“News Malen: Been told that ManUtd is not seriously pushing for the 25 y/o winger at this stage! Arsenal, Liverpool and other clubs from the Premier League are more concrete options for him in the summer!,” wrote Plettenberg on X.

The Dutch winger has managed 13 goals and five assists in all competitions this season, and he has a contract at Dortmund until 2026. He wants to leave the club in the summer, and any potential suitor will have to pay a fee of around £34m-£42m to secure his signature.

Should Dalen be tempted to join the Reds, he will find company in compatriots Virgil van Dijk and Ryan Gravenberch at Anfield.

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