Liverpool have received a boost to sign out-of-favour Inter Milan ace Geoffrey Kondogbia, according to reports in Italy.
Kondogbia moved from Monaco to Inter in the summer of 2015 for reported fee of €40.5m, but has struggled for game-time at the San Siro which has seen the 23-year-old be linked with a host of European clubs.
Last month Goal Italy revealed that Jurgen Klopp is a big fan of the former Monaco man and could attempt to prise the midfielder away from Inter in the near future.
Anf now the France international has dropped the strongest hint that a move may be on the cards. He told L’Equipe:
“This is the hardest moment of my career. I’m a footballer and I want to play – if things do not change from this point of view then I will think about a transfer.”
However, Arsenal also showed an interest in Kondogbia before he decided to move to Italy last year and Arsene Wenger was even believed to have held discussions with him over a potential move to north London.
However, it’s understood Liverpool could in fact be the team to bring Kondogbia to the Premier League but they look set to come up against stiff competition from Marseille.
Kondogbia is known to be a supporter of the Merseyside outfit which could aid Klopp in landing the former Gunners target.