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Landing £36m-rated World Cup winner could prove to be missing piece in Liverpool’s jigsaw

Liverpool fans in the Transfer Tavern have been delighted by their team’s latest performances and are blessed with even more encouragement that next season has the potential to be golden for the Reds. 

It’s been over 27 years since Liverpool last lifted the league trophy and that is soon surely destined to change. Finally, it seems that Liverpool have evaluated what their best team is and their current form suggests that a few more improvements in the transfer window would push them even closer to stardom.

Their front three of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino have been arguably the deadliest in Europe throughout this season and if their goalscoring spree continues onto next year, Anfield will be once again in for a treat. The addition of Virgil Van Dijk has solidified their defence and finally, Loris Karius has found some form in goal, just in time to finish the season strong.

With that in mind, midfield and replacing Philippe Coutinho’s void maybe the position they look to fill this summer. Us punters believe that the Reds should look no further than PSG’s Julian Draxler, a talented creative midfielder valued at £36.00 million on Transfermarkt. The 24-year-old German has previously been touted with a move to Anfield and would be a wonderful addition to the club’s already exciting front line.

Thus far this campaign, Draxler has four goals and 10 assists for his team-mates. The dynamic midfielder can play in his preferred position of attacking midfield or as a winger, cutting in, supplying crosses and superb deliveries for his team-mates to attack.

Julian Draxler has the ability to be a hero at Anfield and his talent suggests that it would be a match made in heaven should the German arrive at Anfield. A World Cup winner with Germany, he’d certainly excite our resident Reds.

Thoughts… Let us know!


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