Liverpool fans are on their knees pleading with Jurgen Klopp to make a move for Jude Bellingham after their draw with Fulham.
The Premier League runners-up travelled to Craven Cottage and were held to a 2-2 draw by the newly-promoted side. Goals from Darwin Nunez and Mohamed Salah were not enough to seal all three points as Aleksandar Mitrovic bagged himself a brace, meaning the game finished 2-2.
And as such, some Reds fans are already in meltdown mode, calling for Klopp to bring in highly-rated teenager Bellingham before the end of the transfer window.
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One wrote: “If Bellingham is the target and the only target, we have to go to Dortmund and put £100m on the table tomorrow. We can’t afford to wait a year and waste a season. It would be gross negligence not to sign a midfielder.” Another said: “Liverpool have won 1 league title in 32 years. The world and his dog can see this squad needs reinforcement in midfield but we probably won't sign anyone. That gives you a hint as to why we have 1 title in 32 years. 'No midfielder in the world bar Bellingham can improve us' ha ha.”
A third chimed in: “Go away and sign Matheus Nunes now and buy Bellingham next summer, we don't just need 1 midfielder.” Another added: “Forget waiting for Bellingham we can get him next summed, we need some energy in midfield now.” A last one pipped up: “It’s surely now or never for Bellingham. We need him now before someone else signs him.”
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Bellingham of Borussia Dortmund is a star in the Bundesliga – but reports of a new price tag of £90m has also been suggested. Liverpool have been linked to the former Birmingham City player for some time but his current side sold Erling Halaand to Manchester City for £51.2 million and are not in desperate need of cash.
Meanwhile, after the game, Klopp slammed his players for their tepid display, saying that some of the attitudes of the squad was not on form. 'The best thing about today was the result. The fact we got a point after a really bad game from my side. Now it’s a question of ‘how can that happen?” The German continued: “The attitude was not right in the beginning, then we wanted to fight back, but you don’t find it easy anymore. The pitch was dry, we played into their cards… The result is fine, I don’t think we deserve more than that. But the performance is massively improvable.”
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