Jurgen Klopp’s start to life at the Anfield dugout has been slow and steady, and it is a known fact that a squad overhaul will most likely happen by January. The German tactician is known for his high-pressing style and will need players who are already groomed in such style of play as starting from the scratch with Liverpool players won’t effectively produce the desired results in the time space. Even with the Merseyside club having transfer targets before Klopp’s arrival, many can’t wait to see who his first signee will be come in January.
Long-term Liverpool target, Wesley Sneijder is said to be on the radar again, and a move for him by winter is said to be in the books. The former Inter Milan midfielder is currently with Turkish giants, Galatasaray and is said to be on Klopp’s target list in order to add to the attacking options the German so much desire in his squad. The 31 year-old Dutch player has always been a constant name on Liverpool transfer target lists for a couple of seasons in the past, and the team seems more prepared and ready to get him in January.
Sneijder has been in Turkey since the summer of 2013 after leaving the Serie A, and he has remained one of the key players of the squad since his arrival. He has guided the club to successive Champions League appearances during his spell and has become a fans’ favourite due to his attractive and powerful style of play. The veteran player has 27 goals to his name in 80 League appearances and wants to taste Premier League football before he calls time on his career.