5 Bundesliga Super Talents for Liverpool FC to Sign

Date: 27th January 2013 at 9:30 am
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Draxler capped for GermanyTHE is a hotbed of young, promising talent which should be scouring during the transfer window.

, the manager, is a huge advocate of trusting youths and consistently has players like Mario Gotze, and in his starting line-up.

Liverpool boss would be well served sending out a scouting party and coming back with the following 5 signatures.

Marc-Andre ter Stegen

Age: 20

Current club:

Position: Goalkeeper

The best young Goalkeeper in the Bundesliga by far, which is some commendation considering the likes of Kevin Trapp, Oliver Baumann and Bernd Leno are all established number 1s at their clubs. The ‘Gladbach stopper has already been capped twice for the German national side and has attracted interest from Premier league clubs. A commanding presence, his style has been likened to German legend Oliver Kahn.

Seen as the main rival for Manuel Neuer in the German goal, ter Stegen has all the tools necessary to provide competition for who wears the gloves for the foreseeable future. Big things are expected from the young goalkeeper, who ‘Gladbach will do well to keep hold of.

We should be going all out to land ter Stegen as he would be number 1 for some years to come. Comparisons to Kahn are very apt, but we could have our very own Schmeichel for the next ten years if we were to sign him. There is a real possibility he could come to us as well.

Julian Draxler

Age: 19

Current Club: Schalke 04

Position: Central/Attacking Midfield

Draxler is a central midfielder who is finally stepping out of the shadow of the Spurs-bound Lewis Holtby. Capped 3 times already at only 19 years of age, Draxler is a midfielder who has it all. A great passer with supreme vision and an eye for goal, the young midfielder oozes class in the middle of the park. Draxler will be looked upon to drag die konigsblauen up the table and he has already shown he has the expectations of him under control. Julian certainly has his best years ahead of him.

Draxler may cost a lot but he is definitely worth it. We may be midfielder-heavy at the club, but this kid has a hell of a lot to his game and is still only 19 years of age. Shame he looks like he will be at Schalke for some time to come, but I’d have him in a heartbeat.

Jakub Blaszczykowski

Age: 27

Current Club: Borussia Dortmund

Position: Midfielder/Winger

George Sephton must be hoping we never sign the man affectionately known as ‘Kuba. Captain of Poland and of the key players in Dortmund’s back to back title winning squad, ‘Kuba is a chance-creating, goal scoring midfielder who is at ease anywhere across the midfield. Along with team mates and Lucasz Piszczek, the Polish trio make up a large portion of the first team and when all three link up its absolutely beautiful to watch. ‘Kuba would be very hard to get hold of, but he would be perfect in the right wing position under Rodgers as he works so hard for the team as well. In some ways he’s a more versatile Kuyt. Not a likely signing for many reasons, but a dream signing definitely.

Heung-Min Son

Age: 20

Current Club:

Position: Forward

The South Korean is not only a brilliant young goal scorer, he would also crack the elusive Asian market we have seemingly fallen behind in. The shirt sales alone and the fact we would finally be getting more interest in Asia is one reason to splash the cash to bring in the Hamburg forward but when you see this lad play you can’t help but be impressed.

Tottenham have been long term admirers, but Liverpool should go hard for him in a real intent to get a brilliant, young forward who weighs in with goals and he was even the top scorer earlier in the season. With Gerrard and Suarez around him, he’d score a lot more too.

Age: 24

Current Club: Schalke 04

Position: Defensive Midfield

Borussia Monchengladbach were a real force last season in the Bundesliga and had a brilliant young defensive midfielder in Roman Neustadter who was the enforcer, although he is much more than that. Marco Reus and Dante have gone to Dortmund and Bayern respectively but Schalke arguably got themselves the most important member of the trio. A composed midfielder who is easily capable winning the ball back or laying off a perfect pass, Neustadter even recently managed to break the Schweinsteiger/Khedira stranglehold and became capped. If we wanted someone to provide competition for Lucas, then we should look no further than the Schalke midfielder.

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0 thoughts on “5 Bundesliga Super Talents for Liverpool FC to Sign

  • grey wolf
    3 years ago

    whats the point ? spurs or southampton will just offer more money and we wouldn’t get them

    You would be better scouting 2nd division Bundesliga players , probably more realistic targets for the clowns called FSG

    • Bill
      3 years ago

      Grow up little boy, FSG have not got money to throw around, and have other parts of the business to look after. They are not about to risk bankrupting any of their teams because idiots like you want them to. This is the real world not some computer game. Until the new rules really bite the backsides of City and Chelsea and now Southampton we wont have a level playing field. Manure are debt ridden so are living on borrowed time.

      • Eddie
        3 years ago

        Bill you amaze me with your stupidity again . FSG are billionaires and could spend if they wanted to .

        Anyone who thinks the fair play rule nonsense is going to make one bit of difference is beyond stupid . Or was Citys 300m sponsorship of their stadium not proof of that already

        And idiots like you keep saying Utd are going to be in trouble . Well wake up , unfortunately they are doing fine and having plenty of success to

        Grow up and live in the real world

        • Mike
          3 years ago

          Dam right

    • karlitl
      3 years ago

      Grey as in your outlook,playing FIFA manager ain’t the real world,Brendan & fsg played it right with inter.when ffp comes in effect our strategy will put us in driving seat

      • Eddie
        3 years ago

        Dont be a moron . FFP is a joke , everyone knows that

  • tom
    3 years ago

    im fully behind fsg and im glad to hear other fans are. the only thing i dont agree wit if its true is their age policy on transfers which is 24. so far i think it is true because of the players we bought joe allen, fabio borini, ouassama assaidi, daniel sturridge and now on d way phillipe coutinho, all these players are under the age of 24. brendan rodgers and steven gerrard said publicly they need experienced signings to get challenging for the title which is true. im all for young talent but until we sign proven experienced players i think we’l struggle to compete in the long run, so i hope fsg become more lenient wit this policy and giv the manager and team what it needs.

  • pete turley
    3 years ago

    to get coutinho for that price,absolutely brilliant.well done fsg for sticking to your guns.

  • stevieG
    3 years ago

    if these are good players , then its a fair bet – Rodgers wont be interested in them


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