LFC told they can have ‘something special’ if they complete two signings

David James has told Liverpool that he will have “something special” in midfield once he completes the signings of Jude Bellingham and Mason Mount.

The former is believed to be the club’s main summer transfer target after his spells with Borussia Dortmund and England this season, with Mount also linked with a move from Chelsea to Anfield in recent weeks. .

The 24-year-old may be unsure about the future of Stamford Bridge after new owner Todd Boley signed a number of aggressive deals this season.

“I’m a big fan of Mason Mount. If you’re Mason Mount or Ruben Loftus-Cheek, before the transfer window at Chelsea, I think you’re going to have a lifetime at the club, given the number of signings the club got. I would question it,” James told GGRecon. express).

“I have nothing to do with Graham Potter. I got my professional license with him. He’s a great manager and a great person.”

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“But a lot of players believe they got a lot of money and some of them believed they were at the club before the transfer window and the rest were at Chelsea,” said Mason Mount. career, but now I’m starting to question whether that’s the case.

“I think the prospect of Mason Mount and Jude Bellingham in Liverpool’s midfield is something special if Liverpool are interested in him.”

Mount has scored just three goals and six assists in 31 appearances for the London club this season, but his most recent season has been impressive for the Three Lions under Gareth Southgate. Not only that, but he’s also shown what he’s capable of.

The Englishman’s versatility is something that could catch Jürgen Klopp’s attention, with his ability to serve as part of the front three as well as midfield.

Strengthening options in the middle of the park is a priority for the German tactician heading into the summer, with the Chelsea star out of contract in the capital next year and so far no progress in negotiations over a new deal. So the Blues are reportedly willing to leave their number 19 for a fee of around £40m.

Adding Bellingham and Mount to the midfield options is quality business and the team for the 2023/24 season is likely to look very different.

However, qualifying for the Champions League is essential to attracting big names to Anfield, so hopefully we can clinch a third consecutive league win against Crystal Palace tomorrow.

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