Liverpool and Spurs are considering summer moves for former Chelsea attacker Andre Schurrle, reports German outlet Kicker.
The story claims the 25-year-old, who left Stamford Bridge to join Wolfsburg last summer, is not totally happy with life back in the Bundesliga.
Schurrle always scored goals when called upon in England, but wasn’t a regular under Jose Mourinho, who was happy with Eden Hazard and Willian on the flanks.
As a result he was sold, but has done well this term with nine goals and three assists in all competitions, despite being used in multiple positions
Schurrle prides himself on getting into the box and his cool finishing, and could be a welcome squad addition for the right money.
However, Liverpool should instead target automatic starters who’ll directly improve the first XI. We’ve already got Coutinho, Adam Lallana and Roberto Firmino for three attacking midfield spots, but purchasing someone like Mario Gotze would send a real message to our fans and rivals.
Schurrle’s German international team-mate is out of contract in a little over a year, and has been heavily linked with a blockbuster Liverpool switch since the turn of the year. Borussia Dortmund have confirmed interest via the Echo, but the lure of working under Jurgen Klopp again will hopefully be too much.