Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing Eintracht Frankfurt midfielder Daichi Kamada, who will soon leave the Bundesliga club.

A report from BILD claims that 26-year-old Japanese international midfielder Daichi Kamada would prefer to move outside of the Bundesliga when he leaves the club at the end of the season, thus handing Liverpool a boost in his pursuit.

Kamada will be a free agent in the summer when his contract expires at the Bundesliga club. Liverpool are in desperate need of midfield reinforcements and the 26-year-old could prove to be a quality acquisition.

The Japanese international could replace someone like Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain at the club. The former Arsenal midfielder will be a free agent in the summer, and Liverpool have decided not to extend his contract at the club. Players like Naby Keita and James Milner will leave the club as free agents as well.

Kamada has been an impressive player for the Bundesliga club this season, and he has 13 goals across all competitions. Liverpool could certainly use creativity and goals from the middle of the park. And the Japanese international has emerged as a viable target for Jurgen Klopp.

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Meanwhile, Liverpool have been linked with a number of players in recent months, and they will have to revamp their squad heading into the new season. They could certainly use a couple of bargains during the summer transfer window and signing a player of Kamada’s quality on a free transfer could prove to be a masterstroke.

Liverpool have been linked with the Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham as well. But the England international is set to cost a club-record fee. The opportunity to join a club like Liverpool is likely to be an attractive proposition for Kamada. And it remains to be seen whether he can make his mark at Anfield if the transfer goes through.

It would be a major step up in the player’s career, and he would get to showcase his skills at a higher level. Furthermore, working under a manager like Klopp could help the midfielder improve further. The player has been linked with Bundesliga giants Dortmund as well. But his desire to move abroad will come as a boost to Liverpool.

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