Conor Gallagher has impressed together with his performances at Crystal Palace this season (Image: Getty)
Former Liverpool left-back Jose Enrique says he would ‘love’ the Reds to signal Crystal Palace’s Conor Gallagher.
Since becoming a member of on-loan from Chelsea final summer season, Gallagher has been a revelation at Selhurst Park and has helped information Patrick Vieira’s facet to the FA Cup semi-finals this season.
Enrique, who loved a five-year spell at Anfield between 2011 and 2016, believes the 22-year-old can be an awesome addition to Jurgen Klopp’s squad.
In a Twitter submit, the Spaniard wrote: ‘I’ll love Gallagher at LFC . What a participant. Love his high quality and the depth. It’ll match good in Klopp’s type of play.’
Gallagher is because of head again to Stamford Bridge on the finish of the season with Chelsea supervisor Thomas Tuchel saying that he plans to make use of the gifted teen subsequent time period.
Nonetheless, with an array of midfield expertise already at Chelsea, many consider Gallagher can be higher served shifting on from west London in order that his progress is just not stunted.
Former Blues striker Tony Cascarino agrees with Enrique that Gallagher can be an excellent signing for Liverpool in the summertime due to his potential to get targets and assists.
He informed talkSPORT: ‘Conor Gallagher is an impressive attacking midfielder who at all times seems like he’s going to get a purpose or make an help.
‘I like him as a result of I don’t suppose there are too a lot of his kind round.
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‘Liverpool, for me, if that they had a participant like that as properly including him behind their entrance three – together with his potential to get targets.
‘Chelsea would by no means promote him to Liverpool, however they’d do very well with him.
‘Conor Gallagher will get targets. Whether or not or not he’ll get his likelihood at Chelsea, I don’t know.’
This season, Gallagher has scored eight targets in 26 Premier League appearances for Palace.
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