Liverpool have made some great moves in the transfer market so far this summer but their business isn’t done just yet.
If Klopp is going to put together a title-winning squad, he needs to make a few more signings in order to compete with Manchester City. Depth is key in a Premier League campaign, and with City continuing to splash the cash, Klopp needs to follow suit.
The club have signed Keita and Fabinho to the squad but could do with some more help in midfield. According to The Sun, next on the list for potential recruits is Polish international and PSG midfielder, Grzegorz Krychowiak.
At one time, one of the better holding midfield players in European football, the former Sevilla man has fallen from grace since leaving Spain.
Now Arsenal boss, Unai Emery paid £24 million for Krychowiak who was then barely used at PSG. After a disappointing first season, he moved to West Brom on loan where although at times he seemed to show some semblance of a return to form he was overall fairly average.
With Emre Can’s departure to Juventus, Klopp is looking to bolster his midfield numbers. From the player’s perspective, the move makes sense; he’d play more and could well be a part of a title-winning team. For Liverpool, it seems like a potential flop in the making. If Klopp wants to look for defensive reinforcements he need to look elsewhere.