Liverpool will feel confident that they can secure the Premier League title at this moment in time, with a four point lead over Manchester City.
Jurgen Klopp has worked wonders in the current campaign as he continues to rally his troops, but Thursday’s loss against Man City will come as a big blow.
The Reds could do with bringing in another dangerous attacking player to really boost their title chances, as an injury to one of their potent front-three could cause all sorts of problems.
Therefore, with the January transfer window now here, FSG should be thinking about launching a January swoop.
Liverpool are thought to be interested in bringing RB Leipzig’s Timo Werner to Anfield.
The German forward has established himself as one of the most dangerous attackers in world football over the past season or so, with a move to the Premier League being just reward. He currently has 13 goals and three assists to his name in the current campaign, with plenty of European experience.
Jurgen Klopp is known for turning quality players into world-class assets, so he should have no trouble in turning Werner into a potential Anfield hero, as the German still has plenty of time left to develop at just 22 years of age and has already made headlines in Europe, domestically and on the international stage with his goalscoring ability.
His pace, eagle eye for goal and ability to create space would see him slot perfectly into the fast-paced attack and style that Klopp already deploys at Anfield.
However, this could all depend on whether FSG officially launch a January swoop, as it has been reported that it could cost them £36 million.
Indeed, Liverpool already have arguably the most dangerous attack in Europe at their disposal, but bringing Werner to the club would take them to another level and provide them with more than enough firepower to secure the Premier League title in the current campaign.
After all, goals win you games, and this man certainly knows how to find the back of the net.
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