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05/12/2016 - 22:11 BST

Bundesliga Side Taken With Liverpool Linked Moussa Dembele, January Bid Possible

 




Bundesliga leaders RB Leipzig are zeroing in on Celtic striker Moussa Dembele as they look to boost their German title bid.

The Scottish champions tempted Dembele to Celtic Park in the summer transfer window following the expiry of his contract with English Championship side Fulham.




He has hit the ground running in Glasgow and as a result has already been linked with Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool, who have themselves been reported to be readying a winter window approach.

Now, according to German daily Bild, Liverpool have competition as RB Leipzig are keen on the Frenchman.
 


Dembele, who has netted 17 goals in 28 games for Celtic, is attracting much attention, however RB Leipzig have not been put off tracking the striker ahead of a potential bid.

The Bundesliga side would be likely to find a club unwilling to sell in the shape of Celtic if they do move in the winter window, which opens in less than a month.

Celtic, who have been impressed with Dembele's impact, are keen to keep him for as long as possible.


However, a big-money bid from the Bundesliga leaders could turn heads in Scotland.