Could Mario Gotze play in the Liverpool midfield?

Could Mario Gotze play in the Liverpool midfield?

It was going to happen eventually. It was just inevitable so long as Jurgen Klopp was in charge but I doubt many envisaged it happening quite so soon after being diagnosed with a metabolic disorder.

Mario Gotze is once again being linked with a move to Anfield just six months after rejecting a move to join Klopp’s revolution on Merseyside. The 24 year old was a target for his former manager as he looked to reunite with the player he unleashed on unsuspecting Bundesliga defences back in 2010.

A deal was all but done before the player joined up with the Germany squad for Euro 2016 but a remarkable turn of events saw Gotze reject the move, sack his agent and fly to France still as a Bayern Munich player. Much to the surprise of Bayern CEO Karl Heinz Rummenigge.

“We made everything clear to Mario,

“He knows what the club thinks and he knows what the future coach thinks.”

In other words ‘you aren’t supposed to still be here, Mario’.

His rejection appeared to coincide with the Europa League final defeat at the hands of Sevilla, with many believing the player would have signed had the Reds been playing in the Champions League. However, they weren’t able to build on Daniel Sturridge’s opener as Sevilla ran 3-1 winners.

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I have been a fan of Liverpool FC since 1978. I love everything and anything about the club. Like every fan , I share with them the joys and disappointment as well. I love to write and share information I have discovered on the web. Born and bred in the sunny island of Singapore. This is my first attempt to blog. I welcome advise from fans on how to improve it. Thanks for reading about me. I hope you enjoy reading my articles. You Never Walk Alone
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