The odds on
Ousmane Dembele joining Liverpool have plummeted as the winger continues to be linked to the Reds.
Barcelona winger Dembele has endured a tough time at Camp Nou since his move from Borussia Dortmund in 2017.
Ousmane Dembele has been backed the bookies to join Liverpool getty
Signing for an initial fee of £93million, the France international would eventually become a £136million player after add-ons and incentives were taken into account.
But injuries and inconsistent runs of form have plagued the youngster, with the pressure of replacing
Neymar clearly affecting the forward.
And with the Brazil intentional reportedly closing in on a return to Catalonia, it seems as though Dembele’s time with the LaLiga champions may be up.
Reports in his native France suggest a switch to Anfield on the cards, with Jurgen Klopp a huge admirer.
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said: “After spurning a golden opportunity to put his side even further ahead in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final against Liverpool, Barca fans might not be too fussed about seeing the back of Dembele.
“He’s still classed as one of Europe’s biggest young talents, but with relatively little game time to his name at the top level this would be a risky move for the inevitably hefty fee he’d command.”
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