With little to no updates for a couple of weeks, something was bound to come up sooner rather than later regarding Florian Neuhaus.
The midfielder has been touted as a target for Liverpool and especially Jürgen Klopp, as the Reds still haven’t found a replacement for Georginio Wijnaldum on the transfer market.
The German would fit that bill somewhat, but it appears, as was hinted at a fortnight ago, that they will have to wait until 2022 to get their man.
The update comes via Sport1’s Florian Plettenburg, who explains that Neuhaus ‘has to stay’ at Borussia Mönchengladbach this season.
Update #Neuhaus (due to many inquiries): Manager Eberl has confirmed it already: Neuhaus has to stay @borussia this season! #LFC has not made an offer. Tonight he can show his qualities against #FCBayern. Pretty sure that FCB/LFC will take part be in the poker next summer.@SPORT1 https://t.co/HJXUxRb2R7
— Florian Plettenberg (@Plettigoal) August 13, 2021
Furthermore, Liverpool ‘have not made an offer’ for the player, and he is expected to start against Bayern Munich on Friday evening.
As for what happens next year, the journalist believes both the Bundesliga champions and Liverpool ‘will take part in the poker next summer’, meaning they will fight it out for him.