Liverpool are 'monitoring' Jadon Sancho's situation at Borussia Dortmund, with the club having the necessary funding available to sign the forward should be become a viable option.
Sancho has gone from strength to strength since joining the German side from Manchester City in the summer of 2017, with the 19-year-old already netting seven goals and registering the seven assists in just 12 Bundesliga outings this term.
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In the Champions League his performances have been equally impressive, as he scored in Dortmund's 2-1 win over Slavia Prague on Tuesday to ensure qualification to the knockout stages.
Such have been his outstanding displays for Die Borussen that links to other major European sides have been prevalent over the last few transfer windows, rumours which were heightened after the Englishman
“I’ve heard quite a few people say that Liverpool need another forward and I can understand that. It’s quite clear that Liverpool would quite like to sign Jadon Sancho,” he told The Athletic's podcast.
“It’s quite clear that they’re monitoring his availability and if he was available, Liverpool would have the money to sign him," he added.