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Liverpool and Manchester United interested in Gnabry

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Liverpool have joined Manchester United in the race to sign Serge Gnabry from German heavyweights Bayern Munich. The 26-year-old forward had been subjected to certain contact issues and a move away from the German capital seems imminent.

The Reds have already reinforced their attack with the inclusion of Colombian playmaker Luis Diaz from Portuguese giants Porto. However, they are looking to build on it after signing yet another striker Gnabry.

On the other hand, Ralf Ragnick’s Red Devils are also keen on signing him. Whereas his contract will expire next season, he hasn’t extended his contract yet.

Liverpool to bring in more creativity with the inclusion of Serge Gnabry

After starting his youth footballing career in Germany, Serge Gnabry signed for Arsenal under-18. In the 2013-14 season, he made his senior debut. In 18 appearances, he scored a goal and assisted twice.

Then, he had loan spell at West Bromwich Albion and then a final term with the Gunners. Then, in the 2016-17 season, Gnabry made a return to Bundesliga. For Werder Bremen, he scored eleven goals and assisted twice in 27 appearances.

He had a superb spell at the River Islanders, he had a breakthrough move to Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich. Alongside Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller, the trident is one of the most feared in the world.

For the Bavarians, he scored 59 goals and 38 assists in 154 appearances so far. However, Gnabry hasn’t renewed his contract yet and a return to the Premier League looks likely.

Liverpool are currently second in the league and would be looking for a quality striker to lead the attack. Similarly, Manchester United are also keen on signing him. However, both the English giants face competition from clubs like Arsenal, Real Madrid, and Barcelona.

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