Liverpool have already secured the blockbuster signature of Benfica striker Darwin Nunez. The Reds are now expected to complete the transfer of Aberdeen’s young right-back Calvin Ramsay. According to the Mirror, Ramsay’s signing will end Liverpool’s business in the transfer market this summer and if it appears to be true, coach Jurgen Klopp is ready to ignore part of the valuable transfer advice offered by Steven Gerrard.
According to the same report, Gerard warned last month that Liverpool are highly dependent on their attacking options and that they need a capable midfielder capable of scoring regularly to ease the load on their high-profile attacking trio.
“Jordan Henderson and James Milner are no longer small. They are still the top players at this level, of course, and they will want to move on and do more. But for Liverpool, if you think about the next five, six, seven years, they will need a midfielder, an eight, who can score, who can get a double figure, “said Gerrard after Liverpool’s Champions League defeat last month. Against Madrid.
“They depend a lot on the next three – or on the next five if you include Diego Jotta and Roberto Firmino. You always need one of the midfielders to come in the box and get you a goal,” the former Liverpool midfielder added.
However, that doesn’t really happen because Liverpool haven’t had a famous midfielder in the last 12 months.
Moreover, to make matters worse, European giants Bayern Munich are ready to propose a better offer to sign Liverpool winger Sadio Mane. According to an article published by Sky Sports, the Senegalese footballer is determined to move on to the Bavarian Giants.
According to reports, Bayern Munich received a verbal communication from the 30-year-old international last month.
After finishing second in the English Premier League last season and just one point behind champions Manchester City, Klopp’s men are set to begin their campaign against Fulham next season on 6 August. For the fourth time in a row, Liverpool will start their Premier League tour against a newly promoted team.