Liverpool step up interest in Joshua Kimmich

Liverpool are reportedly keen on signing 29-year-old Bayern Munich utility man Joshua KImmich, a target for Barcelona and Arsenal.

According to a report from Mundo Deportivo via Paisley Gates, Liverpool have already made their move for experienced German international Joshua Kimmich, and they have made initial enquiries regarding a potential move.

Liverpool will face competition from Barcelona, Manchester City and Arsenal as well. Both Premier League clubs have expressed an interest in signing the 29-year-old holding midfielder. The German international could be tempted to move to the Premier League this summer, and it will be interesting to see where he ends up. He has proven himself to be a key player for club and country, and he would be an exceptional acquisition for all three clubs.

Kimmich could transform Liverpool

It is no secret that Liverpool need to sign a quality defensive midfielder this summer. They signed Wataru Endo from VfB Stuttgart last summer, and the Japanese international did an impressive job for them. However, he is on the wrong side of 30, and Liverpool need more depth in that position.

Kimmich is at the peak of his powers, and he could prove to be a great acquisition. He will help protect the back four and control the tempo of the game from the deep. Apart from his defensive skills, he is an exceptional passer, and his ability to break the lines with long passes will add a new dimension to the Liverpool attack.

The 29-year-old German international is exceptionally versatile as well, and he can operate as a fullback. It will be interesting to see if Liverpool can get the deal done. Signing a player of his quality and experience prove to be a master stroke.

Liverpool will be hoping to push for major trophies next season, and Kimmich will not only add his qualities as a footballer, but he will also bring his wealth of winning experience along with him.

Barcelona, Manchester City and Arsenal will be attractive destinations for the player as well, and it remains to be seen how the situation develops. Kimmich has played under the Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, and a reunion could be a tempting proposition.

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