The big four of the Premier League have not just rivaled themselves on the pitch, they have been found locking horns in the transfer window.
Liverpool and Arsenal have been heavily involved in the transfer window, with both Clubs bolstering their squad ahead of next season’s campaign but Wenger and Klopp are still in the market to sign players.
Turkey international and Borrussia Dortmund attacker Emre Mor is a transfer subject for the aforementioned clubs, according to report.
The 20-year-old joined the Signa Iduna Park outfit last summer from FC Nordsjaellan but he has struggled to impose himself in the team. He featured in 12 League games for under Tomas Tuchel and he wants out of the Club in order to play regularly.
The report claims Mor has been made available for a paltry £12million fee but he is currently in high demand. Fiorentina are understood to have made an offer for the youngster.
klopp was keen on the player last summer but he never matched his admiration with offers. However, Everton have also emerged as frontrunners for his signature.
Meanwhile, a mass exodus of players is expected from Arsenal this summer and Wenger has been monitoring the situation of Mor as he looks to sign replacements for his outgoing players.
Mor is unlikely to get regular playing time at Arsenal and Liverpool, his best bet at playing regularly may be away from the Premier League.