Liverpool set their sights on new £100m winger target

Liverpool set their sights on new £100m winger target

Liverpool set their sights on new £100m winger target

Instead, the team's priority now would be Leon Bailey, according to a report from The Mirror.

The Daily Mirror is reporting that the Reds are setting their sights on concluding a deal to land the 20-year-old attacker from the German club as Jurgen Klopp looks to bolster his attacking options at Anfield. The Bayer Leverkusen forward is now seen as Liverpool's priority, but they will have to compete with sides such as Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham and even FC Barcelona for the 20-year-old Jamaica worldwide.

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They had been linked with a move for Thomas Lemar, but apparently Liverpool has switched targets ahead of the upcoming summer and the French internatonal would only be an alternative.

The same story says that Liverpool FC now believe that Lemar is heading elsewhere and that he could be set to join Barcelona in the summer transfer window.

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The report claims "sources in Germany" suggest Leverkusen want £100million for Bailey, who signed for Bayer from Genk just over 12 months ago.

One of the brightest Bundesliga talents, Bailey has had a marvelous first half of the season at BayArena, as he has scored eight goals and provided five assists in 19 appearances for the Company XI.

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