Liverpool has sent scouts to watch the second-tier German side, with Wolves' target mentioned

Liverpool has sent scouts to watch the second-tier German side, with Wolves' target mentioned ...

Liverpool has sent scouts to watch Hamburg, with defender Mario Vuskovic as a possible reason for their visit to Germany.

The Reds are unlikely to finish with their first-team arrivals this summer, having brought in three new signings.

From Fulham and Aberdeen, Fabio Carvalho and Calvin Ramsay have both been signed, with the duo proving to be excellent prospects.

Darwin Nunez, a Uruguayan hitman, has been brought in from Benfica as Sadio Manes' replacement.

Liverpool might not be able to go and sign another player, but the Reds will always have their sights on talented players from across Europe and beyond.

Liverpool has dispatched scouts to watch Hamburg.

Bild, a German newspaper, claims that Liverpool has sent scouts to watch Hamburg in action.

With the 2. Bundesliga season already underway, Hamburg defeated Eintracht Braunschweig on Sunday.

Hamburg won 2-0 as Robert Glatzel, previously from Cardiff City, netted both goals in the second half.

Liverpool may have scouts in attendance, along with Wolfsburg, Eintracht Frankfurt, Freiburg, Stuttgart, and Burnley, according to sources.

The reason for their absence isn't entirely clear, but the source appears to suggest that Mario Vuskovic was on Liverpool's radar.

Vuskovic was by far the most exciting young player on the pitch, and nobody else on the pitch fits Liverpools mold.

After impressing with Hamburg, Vuskovic, 20, is wanted by Wolverhampton Wanderers and Brentford.

The Croatian defender joined on loan from Hajduk Split last summer before turning the deal permanent in March.

Vuskovic is a terrific young defender, and you can see why Liverpool may view him as a real talent for the future.

The report does however state that Hamburg would not even want to sell for 10 million (8.5 million) because to the belief that Vuskovic is worth more.

Sepp van den Berg and Virgil van Dijk are two of Liverpool's most promising young defenders, but Vuskovic might be seen as a potential successor if he continues to excel at Hamburg.

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