Liverpool are right on course to land a first ever Premier League title, despite handing the advantage to Manchester City in recent weeks.
The Reds, led by their enigmatic manager Jurgen Klopp, will be keen to ensure they put in some solid performances between now and the end of the season to see off the Manchester club and finally deliver the league title to their loyal fans.
Some of the football being played by Klopp’s men this term has been nothing short of superb, but there are a few issues with the squad and club in general which Klopp might need to address over the summer months.
With that thought in mind, we here at the Tavern took a closer look at TWO issues Jurgen Klopp could do with addressing at Liverpool over the summer…
Bringing in a proven striker
If there’s one place where the Reds have looked short, it’s down the middle at the top end of the field.
If Bobby Firmino is missing, Liverpool suddenly look short on quality in the number nine position.
Klopp will surely look to bring someone else in to support Firmino, with both Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi not exactly doing the business in the last few years.
Central midfield creativity
While Liverpool have options in the midfield three, they seem to lack the quality sometimes of a player who can break down tight defences.
The loss of Philippe Coutinho has never really been overcome, while expensive signing Naby Keita has failed to get going.
A player who can dissect defences should well be top of the shopping list for Klopp if he does decide to make summer moves in the market.
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