Wolfsburg star midfielder Yunus Mali has managed to remain with the Bundesliga giants, as his survival fight for his club continues, with top clubs like Liverpool and now Galatasaray are said to be in the hunt for him. Mali’s incredible display confirmed that his team remained in the top flight of German football and he ensured that by registering five goals and four assists, which had caught eyes of huge money bargainers in this summer window.


One of the frontrunners for his contract are Liverpool, the side already finalised playmaker like Fabinho from As Monaco and Navy Keita from RB Leipzig. Jurgen Klopp is in full swing this summer to bring stability in the midfield and carry on their success that led them to the Champions league final in stunning fashion.


In that case, he is poised to bring someone consistent in to add to the front-line and create a potential goal flooding to make matches easily winnable for the Reds. Thus, Mali’s interest is explained.


Despite that, as Franesco’s outlet has from their end suggested that Turkish giant Galatasaray are ready to cash in on the high quality player’s services as well. They are believed to be preparing a £7m deal, which could break Liverpool hearts..


Mali may find comfortable in returning to his homeland after putting two clubs Mainz and Wolfburg into safety for back to back season but that can leave Liverpool in utter disarray.


Even after agreeing a potential deal with Lyon’s Nabil Fekir, Liverpool failed to secure him through a failed medical test and now find themselves in another deal ready to slip off.


On the other hand, Galatasaray are planning for the new season on a high and Mali can just be the man behind their ambition to reach the summit of Turkish football once again.


It seems that this may just well start a tug of war between the clubs, who are looking to add him to their current squad, though the English giants could have the upper hand in the transfer saga, after reaching the final of the Champions League.


However, the trophies under Klopp have still not come and the Merseyside outfit is keen on win some titles and break the jinx, that the German manager is not capable of winning titles, after losing a couple of key finals already in the past couple of seasons.


There is no doubt that Klopp has a great team, with a world-class attack. Despite that, another fact is that they were nowhere near the consistency that Manchester City showed in the league.


If Liverpool really wish to make an impact in the seasons to come, there is a need for change and the attacker could really make a huge difference, with the club looking at potential reinforcements.


The World Cup factor will also play a part in this deal going through or not and only time will tell, whether this player can be a success in England or not, if the move to Anfield does indeed go through.