Tony Cascarino says he can see Liverpool making a move for Crystal Palace attacker, Wilfried Zaha.
The Ivorian has enjoyed another great campaign for the Eagles, helping the club to avoid relegation and scoring nine goals in the process.
He has been his typical expressive and skilful self, with Arsenal the latest team subjected to his talent.
Speculation has been rife about his future, but Roy Hodgson has insisted that he will remain at Selhurst Park next season (BBC Sport).
A team that could do with his services though are Liverpool according to former Gillingham and Milwall striker Cascarino.
He said on talkSPORT, as quoted by Goal: “Liverpool played Palace last year and I went to the game and Jurgen Klopp was consistently on Alexander-Arnold about Wilf Zaha, you could see it from the sideline.
“Literally tracking his movements, Zaha, the whole game.
“I kept thinking after that game, Klopp really does respect Zaha as a player and he knows how dangerous he is. It wouldn’t be a surprise to see him at Liverpool, but he could do a job for any of the top-six.”
One gets the feeling that Zaha is ready to make the step up, even if Hodgson does want to stay at Palace at little longer.
He failed at Manchester United a few years ago but the player is a lot more mature now.
He could certainly be a regular for Liverpool, who are said to be after a new attacker this summer.
There has been talk of Nicolas Pepe from Lille (Le10 Sport) who has had an outstanding campaign, but Zaha has lots of Premier League experience and, of course, lots of talent.
He would be able to fit in anywhere across the Reds’ frontline and could make Klopp’s side even more potent in attack.