These are interesting times for all Liverpool Fans, the Reds have a manager at the helm that plays good football, and is a winner. Liverpool have been linked with lots of player over the season, but to have Marco Reus and Mario Gotze two world class players at Anfield, that would be a coupe.
Obviously this might be another rumour; however, it’s a rumour that could happen. Liverpool have a manager that has worked with both players in the past, with the new Premier league deal, have the finances to pull it off, and both players hold manager Jurgen Klopp with high esteem.
So lets start with Marco Reus.
Reus has started 38 games for Borussia Dortmund in all competitions this season, scoring 18 goals and contributing with 5 assists. The 26-year-old, who is a world class footballer is good enough to play in any team in the world. His is skilful, good at taking set-pieces, fast and composed on the ball, makes key passes, great crosser of the ball and a joy to watch.
Marco Reus, has continuously been linked with Liverpool over the past few years. An attacking midfielder who could also be deployed as a forward/striker. Liverpool fans would love to see Reus grace the fields of Anfield in a red shirt, he is sensational going forward, links up play, scores goals and is willing to track back and defend.
Marco Reus is by far one of the stand out players at Borussia Dortmund this season. Watch Marco Reus in action below.
Next up Mario Gotze
Since the arrival of Jurgen Klopp Liverpool have been linked with Mario Gotze. The 23-year-old has only managed 20 games in all competition this season, scoring 4 goals and 4 assists. The German playmaker has struggled to get game time under Pep Guardiola.
Gotze is a technically gifted player who likes to dribble, plays short passes scores goals and is a counter attacking threat. The German international would be a great addition to the Liverpool squad. A lot has been written about Mario Gotze to Liverpool, Lets wait and see if it materialises.
Gotz has never really produced the same form as he did when managed by Jurgen Klopp at Borussia Dortmund. Enough said.
Watch Mario Gotze in action below.