Liverpool are said to be interested in signing Red Bull Leipzig’s Emil Forsberg this summer.

Emil Forsberg may be blowing his chance to win the attention of Liverpool fans, after his latest performance for Sweden.

The Swedes managed to beat South Korea 1-0 yesterday, to secure an opening game victory at the World Cup.

However, Forsberg did not impact on the match greatly, and Liverpool fans were less than impressed by the Red Bull Leipzig man’s contribution.

The Daily Express have reported how Forsberg has been watched by Liverpool, and could join them after the World Cup.

However, the 26-year-old is likely to have to catch the eye more in future games, if he is to increase the demand for his services.

Liverpool are known to be looking for another attacking addition this summer, with Nabil Fekir still strongly linked with a move to Anfield.

Forsberg is a similarly creative talent, but he failed to have a big influence in Sweden’s first match in Russia.

Sweden are next in action on Saturday, when they take on Germany, in what looks set to be a highly intriguing clash.

If Leipzig are to sell Forsberg this summer, TeamTalk have suggested that he is valued at £47 million

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