Leeds are planning a bid for an ‘explosive’ player but Liverpool pose a problem

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool and Frank Lampard’s Everton have joined forces with Jesse Marsch’s Leeds United in the race to sign George Hall from Birmingham City in January, according to The Daily Mail.

The report has claimed that Leeds Hall have long followed and tried to sign the Birmingham midfielder in the summer of 2022.

The West Yorkshire club remain keen on the 18-year-old and plan to bid for the midfielder in January, but they are now aware of increasing competition, according to the report.

The Daily Mail has reported that Liverpool and Everton have now joined the race for Hall, who is described by Birmingham manager Martyn Olorenshaw on the club’s official website as ‘a really exciting player’ who is ‘explosive, dynamic and has the ability to influence games”. November 2021.

Leeds United or Liverpool for George Hall?

In our opinion, Liverpool could win the race for George Hall ahead of Leeds United.

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The chance to play for the former Premier League and UEFA Champions League winners and work under world-class Jurgen Klopp might be too tempting for the teenager.

In addition, Liverpool could also pay more transfer fees for Hall.

The Reds could also be ready to loan the teenager to Birmingham until the end of the season as he is unlikely to be drafted straight into the first-team when he moves to Anfield next month.

In other news, Newcastle are set to make a bid for the Chelsea star who blew Alan Shearer away in 2020

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Sarah Ridley

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