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According to rumors, Liverpool is the last club to show interest in Mykhaylo Mudryk, a Ukrainian winger, ahead of the January transfer window.


Liverpool have endured their worst start to a Premier League season under Jurgen Klopp, and the club appears to be taking no chances, with winter transfer targets already selected.


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Liverpool are now interested in signing Shakhtar Donetsk winger Mykhaylo Mudryk in January, according to 90min.

According to the source, the Reds are the latest club to express an interest in the midfielder, who is expected to be available for £50 million when the transfer market reopens in a few months.


Sadio Mane’s successor

Although Liverpool signed Luis Diaz in January, there is no question that Klopp will want to continue strengthening his ineffective front line when Sadio Mane moved to Bayern Munich this summer.

Although Mane wasn’t always at his best in his final few seasons at Liverpool, he could always be counted on to make goal contributions when it counted the most, scoring 120 goals and assisting 49 times in his stay with the club, averaging a goal or assist every 127 minutes.


Last season, the Senegalese winger helped the team reach their third Champions League final in five years, scoring three goals in the knock-out stages of the prestigious European competition, breaking the record for the most knock-out goals scored by an African player.


As a result, replacing Mane was never going to be easy, and Klopp will be hoping that securing a deal for Mudryk will leave them in a strong position to press on in the second half of the season, encouraging further Liverpool success.


Shakhtar chief Darijo Srna described the 21-year-old Ukrainian winger as a “serious talent” in an interview with CBS Sport: “He’s a serious talent.”


“Mudryk is a true artist.” He is Europe’s greatest player in his position after Kylian Mbappe and Vinicius Jr.


“If someone wants to buy Mudryk they must spend a lot, a lot, a lot of money and respect our club and our president.”


Despite not being given many chances to show his evident skill in front of goal, the emerging star has scored four goals and contributed 12 assists, with a goal contribution per 87 minutes played since breaking into the Donetsk first squad.


Mudryk has already proven his worth in the Champions League this season, dominating games as a prominent performer on the European arena, tallying two goals and two assists in the group stages. He scored against Celtic and had three direct goal involvements in Donetsk’s first goal against RB Leipzig.


With that stated, there is nothing Klopp enjoys more than developing raw talent into superstars, thus the signing of Mudryk might be the German coach’s next opportunity to polish up another young up and coming Liverpool player.



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