Benjamin Pavard wants a move, why Liverpool should target him

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The
versatile
Bayern
Munich
has
entered
the
final
two
years
of
his
deal
with
Bayern
Munich
having
enjoyed
plenty
of
success
at
the
Allianz
Arena
since
his
move
in
2019.
Pavard
has
won
three
Bundesliga
titles
and
one
Champions
League
during
his
with
the
Bavarian
club
and
is
thought
to
be
considering
his
future
as
he
looks
forward
to
a
new
challenge.

If
the
player
wishes
to
quit
Bayern
next
summer,
Liverpool
should
be
all
in
for
his
signature.
His
versatility
and
unique
skillset
make
him
a
dream
for
any
manager
and
the
Reds
could
do
with
someone
like
him
in
their
back.
The
Frenchman
is
capable
of
playing
anywhere
in
the
back
four
and
is
also
more
than
adept
at
playing
as
a
number
six.

He
is
solid
defensively
and
also
loves
to
burst
forward
at
every
opportunity
when
playing
as
a
right-back.
He
also
boasts
plenty
of
experience
at
right-back,
is
a
regular
for
France
in
that
position,
and
was
also
a
key
member
of
their
World
Cup
winning
side.

Liverpool’s
current
first-choice
at
right-back
is
Trent
Alexander-Arnold
who
has
been
quite
poor
defensively
and
has
shown
no
signs
of
improvement.
They
have
signed
youngster
Calvin
Ramsay
this
summer
to
deputize
for
the
Englishman
but
the
Scotsman
is
yet
to
make
his
debut
for
the
Reds
and
will
need
a
lot
of
development
and
experience
in
order
to
challenge
for
a
starting
role.

Pavard’s
arrival
at
Liverpool
could
see
a
tactical
switch
that
could
take
Trent
Alexander-Arnold
up
to
a
new
role
in
midfield
where
he
won’t
be
vulnerable
defensively
and
will
have
more
freedom
to
hurt
opponents
with
his
extraordinary
creative
instinct.

Pavard
is
also
pretty
much
capable
of
playing
as
a
centre-back
and
could
replace
Joel
Matip
in
the
long
run
with
the
Cameroonian
now
aged
31.
Even
Virgil
van
Dijk
has
looked
like
a
player
far
from
his
usual
best
this
season
and
is
also
31
which
means
Pavard
could
prove
to
be
a
solid
and
useful
signing
for
the
Merseyside
giants.

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