RB Leipzig pushing to sign Tyler Morton from Liverpool

RB Leipzig are keen on signing Tyler Morton and been pushing to get the young midfielder on board, but Liverpool are uninterested in a loan deal. 

According to Florian Plettenberg, RB Leipzig have held concrete discussions with Liverpool for Tyler Morten’s signature and might continue to push to get a deal in place. The German giants want to bring the 21-year-old Liverpool prospect on loan with a buy option, with the Merseysiders not interested in the structure of the agreement. 

RB Leipzig want Tyler Morton

Liverpool have forged a reputation for getting the best deals in the market for their most exciting talents. They have sold some of those players in the past for a good enough price point and will look for the same when it comes to Tyler Morton, their 21-year-old midfield talent attracting the interest of RB Leipzig. 

RB Leipzig have been keen on Morten since the season ended. The midfielder excelled in the campaign before with Hull City in the Championships. He played 39 times for the Tigers and made a significant impact on the team and the league in general. 

He has only made nine senior appearances for Liverpool and returns with his head held high after that tremendous season. He might now itch for regular first-team action, something Liverpool may not be able to offer. Hence, he might be interested in leaving for RB Leipzig.

Leipzig are pushing for the transfer and have engaged in concrete discussions with Liverpool about a deal for the 21-year-old midfielder. The German giants have asked for a loan move with a buy option in place, which the Merseysiders have not agreed on, as they are not happy with the structure of the deal.

Why does Morten wants to join RB Leipzig?

In terms of the deal, Liverpool might either agree on a permanent deal this summer or a loan with a buy obligation rather than an option. Entirely Leipzig’s immaculate record of developing young talents could answer why Morten is keen on joining the German giants. 

In the past, they have had Christopher Nkunku, Josko Gvardiol, and Dayot Upamecano as clear answers on their developmental plan. Last season, they did the same with Xavi Simons, as the Dutchman finished the season as one of the best players in the Bundesliga. 

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