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Jamie Carragher has singled out Jude Bellingham as the one player Liverpool need to sign - either this month or in the summer transfer window.
Former Birmingham City midfielder Bellingham, 18, has continued to impress at Borussia Dortmund and remains strongly linked with a return to English football.
Liverpool legend Carragher has revealed he is a fan of the England international and has urged Jurgen Klopp to make a move for the midfielder.
When asked in a Q&A on Twitter who he would like Liverpool to sign in January, Sky Sports pundit Carragher said: “Jude Bellingham & the summer window is fine for me!”
Bellingham has made 70 appearances, scoring seven times, for Dortmund since moving to Signal Iduna Park in a £25m transfer from Birmingham in 2020.
He has already won 10 caps for England and was named in Gareth Southgate’s squad for Euro 2020, helping the Three Lions reach the final at Wembley.
Jude Bellingham & the summer window is fine for me! https://t.co/nwCZjtXge0— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) January 8, 2022
Manchester United are said to remain interested in the midfielder after failing to sign him in 2020 prior to his move to the Bundesliga.
Meanwhile, Carragher’s former Liverpool team-mate Glen Johnson believes Bellingham would be a good fit at Anfield.
“He will make the right decision when he's ready and if he rocked up at Liverpool then wow!”, Johnson told Bettingodds.com.
“The kid's unbelievable and I think he will suit that team down to the ground.
“This kid has a clear mind on him,” Johnson added.
“He made a really ballsy decision to go to Germany when he was so young and decided to leave his comfort zone to prove what he can do.
“For me, it was genius. I don't think he's going to rush into anything as he could have probably signed for Manchester United or Liverpool before he went to Borussia Dortmund.
“To turn away clubs like that and head to Germany in the way he did was gold dust.”
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