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Leeds United: Presenter Ger Lynch left concerned after hearing Aaronson to Liverpool links

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Presenter of Leeds United – The View, Ger Lynch is concerned that Liverpool will attempt to sign Leeds United player Brenden Aaronson.

The report comes from Tom Bogertt, an MLS and USMNT journalist. Speaking on his YouTube channel, Lynch gave his reaction and thoughts on the links.

In May, Leeds signed Aaronson from Red Bull Salzburg and he has impressed since arriving in Yorkshire with three goal contributions in the Premier League already to his name.

Lynch claims that he’s the type of player that Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp would love to have. He believes he could see Aaronson operating in their front three, should he make the move to Merseyside.

Lynch stated: “Aaronson is a player that would suit their style of play. Jurgen Klopp likes those attacking players, you can see him very easily fitting into that front three that Liverpool play, coming in off the right.”

“I hope that they don’t make a move for Aaronson, but there’s never smoke without fire.”

TIF’s view on Lynch’s comments…

It’s totally understandable for Lynch to be concerned amidst the talk of the American leaving Leeds for Liverpool.

There’s no doubt that the Reds are a massive club, their accomplishments speak for themselves. In addition, it’s been reported in the past that Aaronson was a Liverpool fan growing up.

So, the 22-year-old could be very tempted to get the opportunity to play for his boyhood club.

Klopp has admitted that he’s open to the idea of doing business in January. However, the club’s owners have put the club up for sale, so would they want to spend money in January, knowing Liverpool won’t belong to them in the near future?

Aaronson’s primary focus will be on the World Cup. He was called up to the US National Team, perhaps a stunning display could get the attacker a move to Liverpool in January or at least increase their believed interest.

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