Liverpool has announced the signing of a super star from Bayern Munich.

Liverpool has announced the signing of a super star from Bayern Munich.

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Joshua Kimmich has been frequently linked to the Reds in recent months and years, and this transfer window may be their best opportunity to get the Bayern Munich mainstay.

Florian Plettenberg, a reporter for Sky Sports Germany, stated on X that the 29-year-old “could leave” the Allianz Arena this summer provided a “suitable offer” is made. There are no intentions to extend his present contract, which expires in 12 months, with Vincent

The German is reportedly “getting closer” to leaving the Bundesliga’s top team, and if he does, he “only wants to join” one of Liverpool, Manchester City, Arsenal, Real Madrid, or Barcelona.

The seasoned right-back/defensive midfield player has an impressive resume, having won multiple honors at Bayern, including eight Bundesliga crowns and the Champions League.

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After almost ten years at Munich, Kimmich may be prepared to move on, but Liverpool would have to overcome some formidable opposition in order to get him to Anfield.

They would also have to create room in their salary budget for a player who earns slightly less than £317,00 a week at the Allianz Arena, easily making him the second most paid player in the Reds, after Mo Salah (Capology).

In addition, most of the LFC’s recent acquisitions have been players who were 25 years of age or younger when they joined, however there have been a few noteworthy outliers like Thiago Alcantara (age 29) and Wataru Endo (30).

Kimmich might be available for as little as £25 million (Daily Star), therefore signing him by Liverpool this summer is not out of the question. Even if we wouldn’t rule it out, we also wouldn’t rule it out, especially in light of this update from one of the most reliable sources in German football.

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