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REPORTS: Liverpool plot surprise move for Chelsea star in attempt to replace Sadio Mane

Liverpool has emerged as surprise contenders to sign Chelsea striker Christian Pulisic as Sadio Mane’s replacement.

The Reds are expected to miss some attacks this summer. While Mane is reported to want to finish his six-year stint on the senior team, Divock Origi will continue to leave as a free agent after his contract expires in July. There is also uncertainty about Mohamed Salah’s long-term future at the club, as the contract expires next summer.

The Merseyside side will need quality and depth the next time Mane leaves in the summer. According to sic has become a target.

The American wasn’t always normal under Thomas Tuchel and had yet to fully wield his power of him at Stamford Bridge. He will be open to transfer if the Reds show enough interest.

Although he did not play with Klopp, Pulisic worked with the Liverpool manager for some time before the German left Borussia Dortmund in 2015.

Patchy Pulisic’s departure from Chelsea would make him a dangerous sign for Liverpool

There is no doubt that Pulisic is a talented actor with a lot of talent. However, his record at Chelsea was poor and he did not come close to what Mane had achieved during his six years at Anfield.

Pulisic’s best comeback so far at Chelsea in a Premier League season with a record nine appearances in the 2019-20 season. Since then, he hasn’t been able to better or even match that tally. Pulisic’s form is inconsistent and nagging muscle injuries certainly don’t help.

Mane, on the other hand, has always won 10 or more Premier League places for Liverpool. This indicates a higher amount of hospitality compared to Pulisic.

There are elements in Pulisic’s game, like pressure from him, speed bumps, and dribbling power, that Klopp can use to add more freshness to his attack. However, Liverpool already has Luis Díaz and Diogo Jota who can play on the left-wing. They are probably best suited to sign a player who can play in the middle.

Pulisic will be a risk, and Chelsea is unlikely to want to sell for a direct rival.

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