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REPORTS: Liverpool leading the race to sign highly-rated attacking midfielder next summer - CoolBaze.com

REPORTS: Liverpool leading the race to sign highly-rated attacking midfielder next summer

Without much doubts, Liverpool football club will most definitely remain keen on further strengthening their current squad when the summer transfer window opens.

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The Reds have enjoyed an interesting 2021/2022 season so far and are currently occupying the 2nd position on the Premier League table ahead of their next league match against Southampton.

Liverpool football club have also been very good in other competitions so far this season and have already lifted the Carabao Cup and the English FA Cup trophies.

And despite those trophies, Liverpool remain keen on improving their squad and have been linked with a move for Birmingham young attacking midfielder Jobe Bellingham.

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The 16-year-old England International, who has been with the Birmingham academy for a while now has been an important member of the team especially this season.

The young attacking midfielder has been very impressive for the Birmingham youth this season, scoring five goals and providing one assist in the 26 matches he has played.

His excellent displays for Birmingham despite his young age has attracted interests from a number of top clubs across Europe ahead of the summer transfer window.

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And according to reports from Daily Mail, Premier League giants Liverpool are also interested in signing Jobe Bellingham as they want to improve their squad.

The reports further claimed that Liverpool are really keen on Jobe Bellingham and are currently leading the race to sign him from Birmingham when the transfer window opens.

But then, it remains to be seen if the young Jobe Bellingham will choose to continue his developments at Birmingham or he will be interested in a move to join Liverpool next summer.

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