- Erling Braut Haaland had been linked with a move to Anfield before joining Dortmund in January.
- The Italian tactician thinks that Jurgen Klopp would improve the youngster, as he previously turned Mo Salah and Sadio Mane into beasts.
- The former England boss thinks that the Norwegian is a perfect player for the Reds due to his physical presence and athleticism.
As per the Italian tactician, moving to Anfield would be an 'ideal' scenario for the 19-year-old as Jurgen Klopp would positively affect the striker's development.
More than that, as per the 73-year-old, the ex-Salzburg man has what it takes to shine for Liverpool as his pace, size and style of play would suit the Reds.
Haaland has been truly a revelation this season, has scored 41 goals in 34 games in the Austrian and German leagues.
The forward found the net on Bundesliga return last weekend:
Liverpool were supposedly in contention for the 19-year-old as he cherry-picked his next destination in winter but the Norwegian decided to join Borussia Dortmund despite heavy links with the Premier League.
Jurgen Klopp congratulated the youngster with making a 'perfect choice'. While there have been no rumours suggesting that the Reds are considering a bid for Takumi Minamino's former teammate, it is quite possible that the club's scouts are still observing his development at Signal Iduna Park.
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