Liverpool supporters in the Transfer Tavern are delighted with Jurgen Klopp’s management as they look ahead to the return of Champions League Football.
The good times have returned as far as Liverpool fans are concerned, their short absence from the most prestigious club tournament in football has concluded, and their fans are dreaming of creating more indelible memories at Anfield this forthcoming season.
The mood surrounding the club is undeniably positive, an infectious air of optimism adorns their charismatic leader, Jurgen Klopp.
Our landlord can’t help but express concern that he’s shared for quite some time, Liverpool’s failure to replace Luis Suarez adequately.
Despite only being in the Premier League for three seasons and a half, the Uruguayan has testified his status as one of the most dominant strikers in the division’s history. He embodied the term predator; he was furiously ruthless in front of goal.
The former Liverpool man, possessed a natural talent, an ability to score all manner of goals. Shots from long-range, from close-range, headers, volleys, half-volleys were all primary components of his marvellous arsenal.
To score 30 or more goals in two consecutive seasons in Merseyside is indicative of his great qualities, and undeniable significance to the Reds.
If they required inspiration, Suarez was the provider. He orchestrated the best title challenge that Liverpool have engendered in their Premier League history, and since he joined Barcelona in 2014-15, our landlord believes that they’ve failed to truly replace their prolific icon. Alas, the opportunity to replace him has arisen.
Pierre Emerick Aubameyang is the subject of considerable interest, Chelsea are reportedly pursuing his signature.
A player of his pedigree should interest most teams in the world. The 28-year-old has scored 102 goals over the past three seasons, including 31 league goals last season – coincidentally the same total that Suarez achieved in his last season at Liverpool.
Aubameyang is the ruthless finisher that Liverpool so desperately require, our landlord believes that the Reds should make their move or burden the regret by opting against signing the Gabon striker.
Liverpool fans, do you agree? Let us know!