Jurgen Klopp may have been taking a gander at his defenders with a touch of outrage in his eyes after Tuesday night. Be that as it may, it is another attacking player who the Liverpool the manager is looking at up for a January move.

At the point when Liverpool took a 3-0 lead before half-time against Sevilla in the Champions League on Tuesday night there would have been a great deal of grinning faces in the away changing area amid the break.

However by full-time they’d done a turn around Istanbul, or a Sevilstanbul, by throwing away that lead. The Spanish side struck their third in injury time to make it 3-3 and leave the Reds discouraged.

Liverpool loose 3-0 lead against Sevilla

So you wouldn’t be astonished if Klopp was hoping to settle his side’s defensive frailties. The fifth place Premier League side have yielded a bigger number of goals than any other team in the best seven and just two of the main 10 have surrendered more.

Yet, it appears that it isn’t the priority for the German. As indicated by L’Equipe, by means of the Liverpool Echo, the previous Borussia Dortmund manager has reached PSG over the likelihood of taking Julian Draxler on credit in January.

Klopp eyeing loan move for Draxler

Without a doubt Draxler’s takeoff from the French capital has been talked about almost as much as Philippe Coutinho’s from Liverpool as far back as his side signed Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.

The entry of those two hotshots has given the German less opportunity to assume in a forward part that he is utilized to and rather he’s played further, frequently as a feature of a midfield three.

Obviously should Liverpool in the long run lose Coutinho to Barcelona then a move for Draxler would make one serious parcel of sense however, without one going out, it’s difficult to see where he’d fit in at Anfield.

Then again a move to the Emirates to join Arsenal, who have likewise long been connected with the Confederations Cup player of the competition, could likewise happen on the off chance that one of Alexis Sanchez or Mesut Ozil takes off.