Liverpool will be hoping to gain an advantage during the second leg of the Champions League round of 16, whilst also continuing their fine league performances in the upcoming weeks.
It appears that within the next month or so, those adoring Liverpool fans will have a far clearer picture of whether silverware will be returning to Anfield this summer or not.
With a number of critical games coming up, this will be a massive test for Jurgen Klopp and his players.
As hard as it is to concentrate on anything else, Liverpool must also consider the bigger picture and the fact that they still need to recruit in the summer, whether they win anything or not.
Despite how brilliant they have been, all their title rivals will strengthen in the summer and Liverpool then have to ensure they do as well.
A weakness in the Reds side could arguably be up-front, where they have little in terms of quality back-up for Roberto Firmino.
In a bid to solve that, Liverpool must look at recruiting Bayer Leverkusen forward Kevin Volland.
Volland, (who is valued at £22.5 million on Transfermarkt) has been very consistent for Bayer Leverkusen this season and his side are reaping the rewards because of it.
With Europa League football again in sight, they have Kevin Volland’s goal contribution to thank for that especially, seeing as the German forward has so far accumulated nine goals and ten assists in all competitions.
At 26, Volland is set to reach his prime years in the game and as a versatile back-up in the forward department, playing anywhere from wide to the main man up-front, he would be a fine option for Jurgen Klopp’s side.
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