Southampton have been one of the biggest disappointments in the Premier League this season as they continue to struggle under Mark Hughes.
The Saints will be desperate to enjoy a positive run of form to really climb up the Premier League table and avoid being dragged into relegation contention. Although, it appears as if Mark Hughes is eyeing a potential addition, as according to The Sunday Mirror (04/11; page 66) (via HITC), Southampton are monitoring Kemar Roofe.
Kemar Roofe is being monitored by Southampton, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Crystal Palace amid the news that Leeds have stalled on a new deal for the striker.
Indeed, the Englishman has been prolific in the current campaign and arguably deserves a move to the Premier League after witnessing his efforts in front of goal.
And, with Southampton struggling for goals at the pinnacle of the attack, perhaps the forward will be making his way to St Mary’s in the January transfer window.
Kemar Roofe has the ability to ensure a consistent flow of goals at any level, which is why Southampton must do everything they possibly can to bring him to St Mary’s.
Indeed, the likes of Manolo Gabbiadini, Danny Ings and Charlie Austin haven’t really been able to hit the heights in the current campaign, so a striker is definitely needed.