Stan Collymore suggests that Liverpool may have a hard time attracting another attacker in the light of the arrogant form of the current forward line.
Among Mosala, Dio Gojotta, Bobby Firmino and Sadio Mané, Reds’ main hitman has scored 25 goals in 36 games (in all tournaments).
“Liverpool doesn’t need anything about the January window forward group.” Former striker said Empire of cups..
“All four strikers fit and all four contribute. I find it very difficult for other forward players to get game time. That may put them off.
“As a player,’I want to join a great club like Liverpool in January, where can I get the minutes?” Will it eventually enter U23 or will it be rented out again? “
Given the limited contribution of Merseyside’s backup options last year, the club’s recruiting team was expected to invest in a new forward in the summer window.
People like Firmino and Manet, along with Mohamed Salah, tend to claim to have rediscovered what previously emphasized the pair as the world’s leading attack trio.
Of course, there are long seasons to fight, but early signs from the start of the eight league games suggest that you have the tools you need to start a serious title challenge.
In the long run, we need to discuss forward line inheritance (in the case of Mo Salah, not so much given his excellent level of conditioning), but for now we are in front of us. I look forward to the challenge.
– Soccer Sports
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