Daichi Kamada, a playmaker for Eintracht Frankfurt and a target for Liverpool, may reject a move to Borussia Dortmund because he wants to play abroad
According to BILD, the 26-year-old would prefer a move away from the Bundesliga when he becomes a free agent in the summer.
According to recent reports, the Japan international was on the verge of joining BVB at the end of the season.
But, BILD insists that this is not the case, claiming that the offensive midfielder ‘doesn’t truly want’ to join Dortmund.
Instead, they claim he ‘dreams of abroad,’ implying that if given the option, he would prefer to leave Germany.
This would be a significant boost for Liverpool, as Sport1 chief reporter Patrick Berger has stated that the Reds are interested in signing the midfielder this summer.
Kamada is expected to reject Dortmund.
With the Reds trying to rebuild their midfield this summer, Kamada may be a fantastic free transfer acquisition.
This season, the attacking midfielder has 13 goals and five assists in 32 games. This has primarily come from playing centrally, with the occasional foray up the pitch or out on the left.
According to Transfermarkt, the Japanese star is valued roughly £26.6m, thus his availability for free means a transfer would be a very solid financial decision.
Liverpool will be spending the vast majority of their cash on a couple of big-money players this summer, therefore they would be foolish to pass on this type of deal as well.
This is especially true in this case, as BT Sport analyst Lucy Ward has described Kamada as a “outstanding” player.
As a result, the Merseyside club can’t go wrong on a free transfer.