Mario Gotze is a priority signing of Liverpool and it has been revealed that the future of the German player is going to be discussed when the approaching 2016 Euro’s comes to an end during the summer transfer window.
The 23 year old player has a contract with Bayern Munich which extends until 2017 but taking into consideration that he has recently been dropped to the sidelines, it’s being rumored that Gotze is thinking about the possibility of leaving Munich and this is a huge boost for Liverpool as the Premier League club has shown interest in signing the highly rated midfielder.
Borussia Dortmund is also believed to be interested in signing Mario Gotze and are expected to compete with Liverpool in a race as to which club will be able to sign the German player who has a price tag in the range of £27million.
Under the tutelage of Pep Guardiola, Mario Gotze’s role in Bayern Munich has not been very influential but this might change when Carlo Ancelotti arrives to the Allianz Arena. It has already been confirmed that the Italian coach is going to become the new coach of Bayern Munich starting from the summer but it still remains uncertain if Ancelotti has plans for Gotze.
The CEO of Bayern Munich, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge stated that he will start having talks with Mario Gotze in relation to his future with the club but only after the conclusion of the current season after all of the matches of Bayern Munich are played.
“We are in the deciding stage of the season, with a full focus on the here and now. That’s all that matters right now. When all games have been played, Mario can come into my office to discuss his future with FC Bayern.” Karl-Heinz Rummenigge of Bayern Munich said.
Liverpool is in need of a young, energetic and skillful player such as Mario Gotze and Jurgen Klopp will do whatever he can to be reunited with the German midfielder who seems to not be playing a very important role in Bayern Munich and it’s the chance that Klopp needs to reinforce his squad by signing one of the most highly rated and coveted players in the world of football.