Southampton are hopeful of a better season under new boss Ralph Hasenhuttl, after they’ve picked up two wins since his arrival.
Things were looking very bad for Southampton but then came the man they call the Austrian Jurgen Klopp – Ralph Hasenhuttl.
With his intense training sessions and high-pressing style, the Southampton players have quickly become accustomed to his desires and results have been more positive because of it.
Yet Southampton are still in the relegation mix as they find themselves just three points away from the bottom three.
Their squad could do with some replenishment, especially out on the wing as Mohamed Elyounoussi has been far from the player Southampton thought they were buying.
In his place, they could take another risk in signing Genk star Leandro Trossard, a goal-scorer from his wide position.
Trossard, (who is valued at £12.6 million on Transfermarkt) has recently been called-up twice to the Belgium national team and whilst unable to get on the pitch, it shows his improvements as a player in recent seasons.
The 24-year-old has been in scintillating form this season, scoring 16 times whilst providing a further seven assists in his 26 appearances.
Playing anywhere from either wing or up-front being the main man, Southampton could find themselves an extremely talented player that will alone turn their season around.
Typically, like most wingers, Trossard has a great turn of pace, strong dribbling ability and as shown by his stats in-front of goal, has the power to punish teams.
Southampton haven’t brought out the best of their frontmen this season but by signing Leandro Trossard, the second half of the season could well be the polar opposite to the first.
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