BREAKING NEWS: Reports coming from Fabrizio Romano, this might be the first done deal in the Premier League this transfer window as Liverpool are close in signing versatile Premier League attacker. Liverpool are well planning for life without Salah soon and the left-footed attacker is someone they go for.

Liverpool is keeping an eye on Michael Olise, a forward for Crystal Palace, in anticipation of a potential January transfer window move.


Footballwave notes Jurgen Klopp’s interest in strengthening his squad for a comprehensive challenge across competitions in the latter part of the season. They highlight the consistent scouting of a 22-year-old forward by the Premier League giants.

Olise, previously linked to Chelsea and Manchester City, is now seen by Liverpool as a potential long-term replacement for Mo Salah, who might depart for the Saudi Pro League. With Salah turning 32 this year and having just a year left on his Liverpool contract, the club seems to be preparing for life post-Salah, eyeing the left-footed attacker from Crystal Palace.

Following a three-month absence due to a hamstring injury at the start of this season, Olise has returned to form at a crucial juncture. His standout performance included a brace against Brentford, contributing significantly to Palace’s 3-1 triumph.

The Footballwave  report unveils Liverpool’s tracking of Olise for five years, tracing back to his debut at Reading at the age of 17. His adaptability across various positions—on the wings, as a false nine, at the number 10 spot, and as a forward—adds to his appeal.

In the ongoing Premier League campaign, the French U22 talent boasts five goals and one assist in nine games. Klopp’s interest in Olise underscores Liverpool’s forward-thinking approach in securing a versatile and promising talent for the future.

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