Liverpool star wants Spurs move among quartet of Premier League suitors

Joe Gomes is reportedly pushing to leave Liverpool this summer as he targets a return to Gareth Southgate’s England squad for the World Cup.

Gomez was first-choice alongside Virgil van Dijk before a serious injury ruled him out of last season and thus England’s European Championship campaign.

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But since his return Gomez has moved up to fourth choice behind Van Dijk, Joel Matip and summer signing Ibrahima Konate, meaning he has been limited to just one Premier League start this term.

Jurgen Klopp admits he feels for Gomez, for whom the injury came at the wrong time.

“It’s really bad luck for Joe, he’s always played to an incredible level and been one of the best centre-halves in England, but then the big injury came along and the little injuries on top of that,” he said. the Liverpool manager said of Gomez. month.

“The one thing I can say too, there are more difficult things than being a squad player at the moment for Liverpool.

“It’s never nice for the players, I understand that 100%, but Joe really takes it professionally. He’s a young boy and everything will be fine in the future, but for now, for sure, it’s more difficult.

Despite Klopp’s desire to keep the 24-year-old, 90min claim Gomez wants to leave.

The centre-back has two years left on his current deal at Anfield and won’t come cheap, but the report claims Leicester, Tottenham, Newcastle and West Ham are all interested.

Meanwhile, Paulo Di Canio claims a Liverpool is not ‘suited’ to Klopp’s style.

“Liverpool didn’t win 5-0 in the first leg. Tonight they tried to manage by playing with a midfielder who underestimated the strength of Inter,” Di Canio said.

“In reality, [Klopp] made the first two changes there, although it is true that he also made them in the Premier League.

“You can’t play with Curtis Jones, who is a reliable kid, with two more experienced ones. And Thiago Alcantara, who doesn’t suit Klopp’s game.

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