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Potential consequences of Liverpool signing Bergwijn

Potential consequences of Liverpool signing Bergwijn

Liverpool have been extremely impressive in the current campaign but one thing that has let them down at times has been their lack of quality in key games, with the likes of Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane dropping off the pace in the Premier League at times. 

Indeed, many Liverpool supporters will still be drooling over their side’s Champions League performance at the Allianz Arena, with another win on Sunday sending them into dreamland.

And, it looks as if the Merseyside club are eyeing a possible summer swoop, as according to De Telegraaf (via TEAMtalk), Liverpool are interested in PSV Eindhoven’s Steven Bergwijn.

Of course, bringing in an exciting attacker like Bergwijn can surely only mean good things, so here are the potential consequences…

FSG SPEND BIG

Liverpool fans will agree that there aren’t many better sights than FSG splashing the cash on a big-name signing, as more often that not they’ve gone on to achieve big things at Anfield.

The Merseyside club will need to spend big if they are to secure the services of Bergwijn, as he has a £30 million (as per De Telegraaf, via TEAMtalk) price tag on his head. He has plenty of potential and would take the Reds’ attack up another level, as well as potentially developing into a future star, so it would make sense to spend big.

HARRY WILSON LEAVES PERMANENTLY

Harry Wilson has been one of the standout performers for Derby County in the current campaign.

However, he’s already been linked (as per Goal.com) with a loan move away from Anfield this summer and the Reds believe he could fetch in excess of £20 million if he was to be sold permanently.

Indeed, the Reds’ attack is already hard enough to get into with the likes of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane constantly getting the nod. Bergwijn is a young attacker who operates out wide, just like Wilson, and it’s safe to say that he offers much more than the Wales international, so Liverpool could decide to cash in.

Liverpool fans, do you think another attacker is required? 

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