Liverpool need to break 53-year tradition and raid Man United of South American in January

Liverpool fans here in the Transfer Tavern are hoping Jurgen Klopp can get the signings the team needs in January.

With equally as much of the focus being on the Reds’ error-laden defence as the stunning attacking style this season, our barman thinks Klopp desperately needs to improve the back line in January, and none more so than the goalkeeping position. Having rotated between both Mignolet and Karius, seemingly game by game, Klopp needs a strong player in between the sticks.

Indeed, it’s a position that seems to have bothered the Merseyside giants for years, ever since the glory days of Pepe Reina faded into memory.

The Liverpool boss should look to Old Trafford for a new keeper in Sergio Romero. United’s number two has made a handful of league appearances and at the age of 30 and will be looking for first team minutes, instead of warming the bench playing understudy to David De Gea each week.

Reportedly frustrated, it’s a real chance for Liverpool to break the 53-year tradition of signing players from their biggest rivals.

Our landlord takes a look at two reasons why it would be a good move for the Argentine…

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