Liverpool have Moved in to Agree Signing – Proven Quality Needed

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is renowned for handing out opportunities to youngsters and a few have shone under his management this season.
The likes of Alexander-Arnold, Ejaria, Woodburn have earned crucial game time and have shown massive improvements.
The German manager is interested in adding more talented youngsters to the squad. If reports are anything to go by then the Reds have moved in to sign a South American sensation in the form of Rodrygo.
According to Brazilian source Globo Esporte, the teenage center forward received a proposal from the Merseysiders that rocked him. After Liverpool’s offer, Santos are doing whatever possible to hold onto him.
As far as Liverpool’s strike-force is concerned, the former Borussia Dortmund boss sold the likes of Balotelli and Benteke last summer. Danny Ings remains sidelined with injury and Sturridge’s future is up in the air (This is Anfield).
In such a scenario, the Anfield club seriously lack quality and depth in the strike-force.
The Samba starlet will improve Liverpool’s academy but the Reds need to sign a proven quality out and out goalscorer to amplify the quality of their first team next summer. Klopp would definitely love to sign Aubameyang.
As per the provided Globo link, Rodrygo wants to make a name in Brazil first and then move abroad. His family and representatives want a bumper new deal for the player and expect the club to pay for housing and marketing activities as well.
Also Read: Liverpool Look to Finally Agree $27million Versatile Star Signing

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  1. RED PHIL says:

    Are we ever going to sign a player who has begun shaving, isn’t waiting for his GCSE results or who I have heard of? United agree to buy Griezmann for £85m and we go for yet another kid when we need leadership on the pitch, defenders in just about every position, a decent goalkeeper, a defensive midfielder who knows what he is doing, wide players and a top-notch experienced striker. Sorry, I’m beginning to wonder if Klopp is the man for the job as our defence is as bad as when he arrived and there is utterly nobody with any pride on the pitch. Utterly gutless and lacking in any ability to play for the badge. Our capitulation against Leicester was a disgrace.

    • Truth says:

      Agree with every word,but it’s FSG’s fault because we have only spent £120.000.000 in 6 1/2 years which is shocking for a club like Liverpool.FSG OUT !!!

      • kunlexy says:

        Truth, You can’t exonerate Klopp here. If FSG isn’t cooperating with him he should cry out. Or are you saying FSG put a natural CB klavan on the bench in favour of slow, skill less and easily troubled LUcas, who should rather be a ball boy than football player? Or FSG benched Origi, a natural 9 and fielded Firmino instead. Klopp has a share of the blame too in what he does, how he does them and what he fails to do.

      • Jason says:

        Klopp is at fault completely. He IS the manager after all and is exactly where Rodgers was with the same cruddy players around him. He said he was the one who would not buy! He wanted his own team but after 18 months where is it????

  2. Geoff Price says:

    CAPITULATION……I hate that word that is something from when the Imposter Rodgers was in charge. It’s now appearing on Klopp’s watch. This squad is simply not good enough, these over hyped and overpaid players need to have a long hard look at themselves. Jurgen come clean, are the owners backing you in the transfer market. Or are the players you want not avaialable, things have to change and quickly we can all see that, so please inform us just what the hell going on.

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