Connect with us

Liverpool dealt Timo Werner blow so should go all out for Mauro Icardi

(Photo by John Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)

English Premier League

Liverpool dealt Timo Werner blow so should go all out for Mauro Icardi

Jurgen Klopp doesn’t believe this season will be the last in which the Reds can challenge for the title.

Liverpool can maintain the pressure on Manchester City in the race for the Premier League title tonight.

The Reds face Watford at Anfield and a win would keep them in pole position.

Jurgen Klopp’s team have been in fine form for the majority of the current campaign, although they haven’t been at their fluent best of late.

(Photo by TF-Images/TF-Images via Getty Images)

The Liverpool incumbent recently told The Telegraph that this was Liverpool’s first chance to win the title, but it won’t be their last.

If that sentiment is to be true then the club will need to be active in the transfer market this summer.

Their rivals will undoubtedly strengthen and Liverpool will need to do the same.

One man who doesn’t appear he will sign for the Reds is Timo Werner.

 

According to SportBild, the Red Bull Leipzig striker will pen terms with German giants Bayern Munich, with details agreed with the player’s agent.

With the prospect of the 22-year-old now evaporated, Liverpool must go full steam ahead to land Mauro Icardi.

Back in November Calcio Mercato reported that the Reds were keen on landing the 26-year-old forward.

Earlier this month The Express confirmed that Icardi had been stripped of the captaincy due to issues with agreeing on a new contract and that bodes well for Liverpool.

Icardi is a goal machine.

(Photo by Claudio Villa – Inter/Inter via Getty Images)

In 210 games for the Milanese giants, he has netted a staggering 122 goals for the club.

The prospect of landing a player who is so clinical would surely delight Liverpool supporters, whilst it will almost certainly ensure that this season isn’t a flash in the pan in terms of challenging for the title.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

More in English Premier League

To Top