‘I would play in Liverpool’: Italian striker admits he fancies Anfield switch

The Reds have restored themselves as one of the true giants of European football after the big triumph over Tottenham Hotspur last Saturday, which saw them win their sixth UEFA Champions League/European Cup title.

Not too long ago in the past decade, Liverpool were struggling to attract quality talent in the transfer market due to the club’s inability to maintain a serious challenge for the title in the Premier League at the time.

However, Jurgen Klopp has brought back the progress at the club, having finished the league season with 97 points and reached the final of the Champions League for two straight seasons

With the Reds securing European glory once again, players of other clubs are bound to be attracted to Anfield.

Indeed, Sassuolo striker Domenico Berardi has claimed that he wants to play for Jurgen Klopp’s side some time in the future, according to the Daily Mail.

The 24-year-old, who has nine goals and five assists in 35 appearances this season in the Serie A, would definitely not be a bad addition to the squad, especially with Daniel Sturridge leaving the club.

“If an offer arrives, be it from Milan or another club, I will evaluate it with my club,” he said.

“And if I hear that it is the right proposal, to be taken on the fly, this time I will say to Sassuolo: “I’ll take it”.

“Being able to choose, I would play in Liverpool. Changing remains difficult for me, but it no longer frightens me, I would do it.

“The next goal is to play in Europe, but at a club where I can be used a lot, if not always. That is my priority.”