Borussia Dortmund and Polish striker Robert Lewandowski is back in the frame again with Liverpool his most likely destination. Liverpool have been linked with many strikers with the transfer period looming on the horizon as Dalglish looks to conquer his attacking headaches.
Liverpool haven’t been clinical enough in front of goal this campaign notching up 18 goals in 15 Premier League games.
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish will look to lure the Dortmund striker to Anfield as he looks to bolster his attacking options that could help lift the load of Suarez’s shoulders. Liverpool have had to solely rely heavily on the Uruguayan for both goals and flair this season, and Lewandowski could be the answer to fix Liverpool’s dilemma.
Lewandowski is not your typical out and out scorer but has still managed to notch up 10 league goals in 16 matches this season. He was instrumental in helping Dortmund lift the Bundesliga title last season and could see a move to Merseyside as a fresh challenge. The 6ft Polish striker would be the perfect player to complement Luis Suarez as he holds the ball well and likes to feed people through.
Liverpool had thought they found the perfect combination in Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez but the former has failed to live up to expectations. The England international has been below par since his switch to Anfield and heavy criticism on Carroll’s capabilities has left Dalglish convinced he needs more cover up front.
The Polish youngster moved to Dortmund on a four year contract in 2010 for a fee of around €4.9 million and will take some doing to lure the youngster to leave Dortmund having just signed with the club a year ago. However Liverpool’s new owners have shown enough steel that they are willing to spend big in a bid to put Liverpool back on the map, having already spent over £100 million since their takeover.