Senegalese sensation sends transfer request to Liverpool; could be the tallest football player in league standing 7 feet 5 inches tall

The 25-year-old recently displayed his juggling skills before smashing a brilliant half-volley into the back of the net.

Rohan Gulaty Author

Updated - 19 July 2021 2:24 pm

As Liverpool try to bounce back in 2021-22 season after failing to defend their title, they are expected to be quite active in the summer transfer window ahead of the new season. With Georginio Wijnaldum already leaving the club, Jurgen Klopp is keeping an eye on all the available players which they can sign in the coming months. And now, 7 feet 5 inches tall player from Senegal has offered his services to Liverpool, much to everyone's delight.

Who is the new X-Factor on Liverpool's radar?

Basketball player Tacko Fall, who plays for Boston Celtics in NBA, recently shared a video on his Instagram account giving a glimpse of his football prowess. After displaying his juggling skills, the 25-year-old smashed a brilliant half-volley into the back of the net giving the goalkeeper no chance to save the ball.

While it was certainly an impressive show by the tall man, he added cherry on the cake with his cheeky caption where he made himself available for a transfer to the Reds this summer. "Yoo @virgilvandijk @sadiomaneofficiel, If you guys need another striker this summer lmk 😎," stated Tacko as he tagged the Liverpool duo of Virgil van Dijk and Sadio Mane.

Although it was a good fun banter started by Tacko, the fans flooded the comment section welcoming the player to Liverpool. Jurgen Klopp would actually not mind having such a tall player in his team. If he can work on his headers, he could find himself on the end of some terrific crosses from the talented full-back duo of Trent Alexander Arnold and Andy Robertson.

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