Whatever happens, Liverpool really have been brilliant this season and Jurgen Klopp has successfully transformed the Reds into a far better side. Yes, if they don’t win the title, it’ll be a huge disappointment but you Kopites are truly watching one of the best teams ever assembled in English footballing history.
Obviously, it would be devastating to miss out on the Premier League title yet again, seeing as just one point separates Liverpool and Man City but nevertheless, the positives have to be taken.
Considering the gap between the two sides was 25 points at the end of last season, Liverpool have obviously made huge improvements. Their only Premier League loss at this stage is to City themselves and if able to sustain the performances from this campaign, they can certainly hope to enjoy great success next season.
At home and on the continent, Liverpool really are one of the best teams in the world again.
Surely, both teams are again likely to spend over the summer period and Liverpool would do well to once again, target Lyon’s creative spark Nabil Fekir.
It’s not often enormous U-turn’s in the transfer market are made but Liverpool will clearly see themselves exactly why they need a player like Nabil Fekir. Ever since Philippe Coutinho left Anfield, their midfield has been stripped of a more attacking, goal-source, something Nabil Fekir would be if brought.
With 12 goals and seven assists, Fekir is the kind of player that would add even more attacking quality to Liverpool, making them a far better side overall. If they had him, perhaps some of those annoying draws in January would have been turned into wins, thus making the Reds domestic champions again.
Fekir would join a number of other quality options, giving Jurgen Klopp plenty to think about and how exactly he gets the best out of his team again next season. Unlocking defences, it’s scary what he could do behind the likes of Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane.
Liverpool fans, do you think Fekir fits in still? If not, why not? Join the discussion by commenting below…
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