- Sep 13, 2015
I wonder if the resurgence (small sample size) of Henderson as a no.8 and the chatter by Pep Ljinders about Neves being the level we should be looking at means Klopp is shifting to wanting another no.6 to rotate with Fabinho?Moise Kean is alright, looks properly built to lead the line in a physical league. Fantastic mix of physical qualities, similar to Origi, only with a spring in his step and bit of self-confidence and youthful fearlessness that Divock lacks. I always think of Drogba when I see these two, proper battering ram qualities about both but Kean looks to be the one who will fulfil his potential.
In terms of Liverpool, I'm not sure he's what Klopp needs at the moment. Maybe I'm overthinking it but when I think of forwards Klopp should sign, I always ask "would they be able to play in multiple roles". Kean wouldn't, at least I haven't seen anything about him that suggests he would. That said, he'll be an excellent out-and-out striker.
Forwards is harder to pin as I thought Brandt was nailed on, but he isn't exactly playing as a forward at the mo. More a no.8 and with Keita, Henderson (and Ox) to come back is that what we need? My preference would be Sancho and failing that Hudson-Odoi - Both world class talents.