PIOTR ZIELINSKI has dropped a major hint that he would like to sign for Liverpool.
The Poland midfielder has frequently been tipped to join Jurgen Klopp at Anfield and a picture of him standing beside a man wearing a Liverpool shirt has only served to strengthen speculation over his future destination.
Zielinski, 21, is clearly angling for a move after revealing he would love to serve under Klopp on Merseyside.
He told the Daily Star: “Klopp is one of the best managers around and it would certainly be an honour to work with him.
“I don’t know if my playing style would suit the Premier League, and I haven’t thought about my future yet. As I said, it’s my agent who deals with these topics.
“Let’s finish off the league, I will do my best at the European Championships and then we will see.”
Zielinski, who can operate on the wing or as a central midfielder, is enjoying a fine season on loan at Empoli from Udinese, bagging four goals and providing six assists in 35 appearances.
Udinese sporting director Cristiano Giaretta admitted last week that Liverpool’s interest is concrete, while there have been rumours that Klopp and Zielinski have already held talks.