Liverpool establish Bordeaux winger Malcom as a summer season goal

Liverpool prepare move for Man United and Arsenal's £40m transfer target

Liverpool have joined the race to sign Brazilian forward Malcom

Liverpool are considering a move for in-demand Bordeaux ace Malcom this summer, according to reports.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is understood to be keen on strengthening his attacking areas as he looks to prepare his side to challenge Manchester City for the Premier League crown and has reportedly identified Malcom as the right man to boost his squad.

Malcom, a 21-year-old Brazilian, has attracted curiosity from throughout Europe during the last yr after impressing in Ligue 1.

Now, according to the Daily Mail, Liverpool have joined list of clubs vying for his signature, with Jurgen Klopp looking to add more attacking options.

Malcom is thought to be one of the forward players Liverpool are tracking ahead of the transfer window, with Borussia Dortmund's 19-year-old United States of America star Christian Pulisic and Bayer Leverkusen's 20-year-old Leon Bailey also on the Reds' shortlist.

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Earlier, had reported how Bordeaux forward malcom is set to leave the French outfit in the summer and he is likely to trigger a fierce bidding war between targets Tottenham and Arsenal.

"It is the reason we bought this player in the first place, to eventually sell him in between seasons".

Malcom could be seen as an alternative to Lyon attacker Nabil Fekir, who has been heavily linked to the club in recent weeks.

But the player's father has dismissed the rumours by saying: 'Nabil in Liverpool? 'I hear there are preparations, stuff like that... It's not true. In any other case Nabil would have advised me instantly, we're very shut'.

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