Liverpool’s backline has lengthy been tipped to be within the switch highlight, amid a slew of experiences linking the membership with left-sided centre-backs.
Regardless of Kostas Tsimikas limping off with a severe harm through the 1-1 draw between the Reds and Arsenal, the membership could also be higher positioned to set their sights additional afield.
John Aldridge definitely expressed concern that his outdated aspect might enhance, presumably with the assistance of the upcoming switch window.
“The priority for me at half-time was the shortage of ending within the Liverpool group and we’ve not stated that fairly often this season.” the 65-year-old wrote for the Sunday World.
“Cody Gakpo and Luis Diaz had been poor within the opening 45 minutes and it took that second of brilliance from Salah to tug Liverpool again into the sport.
Jurgen Klopp’s males will face relegation fighter Burnley earlier than the flip of the yr.
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A plea for strengthening the ahead line?
Whereas betting on the health of our remaining defenders could also be a step too far, we hope Liverpool would think about doable options to their relative ineffectiveness upfront.
Darwin Nunez was good off the bench in opposition to Arsenal, however it has not gone unnoticed that he’s one among a number of strikers with a poor scoring file of late.
Luis Diaz has additionally come below hearth for scoring simply 5 targets in all competitions, though it’s value chopping him some slack after the extremely demanding circumstances of his father’s kidnapping.
That stated, with Mo Salah set to quickly be a part of the Egyptian nationwide group for the AFCON in January, we’re not satisfied our remaining choices can maintain the fort in place.
Maybe that is the precise time to safe a long-term successor to our high-flying Egyptian king?
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