Liverpool are preparing a double swoop for Timo Horn and Jonas Hector for a bargain fee, according to reports from the BILD (as cited by the Daily Express)
Jurgen Klopp certainly seems to be working his magic at Liverpool and under the charismatic German; the Reds have enjoyed a wonderful turnaround in fortunes in recent times.
Liverpool are currently in the quarter finals of the Europa League after beating fierce rivals Manchester United, while the Reds remain in the hunt for a top four finish in the Premier League as well.
Despite the apparent improvements though, Klopp is expected to significantly strengthen his squad during the summer and a host of players from the German Bundesliga could be arriving at Anfield next season.
Timo Horn to replace Mignolet at Liverpool?
Now according to reports from the BILD, Liverpool are considering a double swoop for German duo Timo Horn and Jonas Hector.
Both Horn and Hector are currently plying their trade for FC Koln and the two youngsters have been crucial in the club’s productive season in the Bundesliga so far.
The BILD claim that Klopp has been closely monitoring the progress of both Horn and Hector over the past few months and the 48-year old is hoping to lure the duo to Anfield in the summer for a bargain price of under £15million.