Yeah, from all accounts he's going to be a good one and the only drawback is he's most probably at least a season away from first team football.Theres another young dutchman waiting in the ranks. Give it a couple of years and Hoever will suddenly be a ft taller and as wide as a fridge. No point adding de ligt when a left full back, and some attacking power is really needed.
Doesn't Lozano prefer the right wing? But yes, one of him, Neres or Bergwijn would be perfect.One name I'm surprised isn't cropping up more is Lozano. Looked the real deal at the World Cup and had another good season for PSV, racking up 21 goals in 40 games. Plays primarily in the position we want to strengthen (same as Mane, basically, although can play in any of our attacking positions), is quick, hard-working with an eye for goal.
I haven't seen him in action enough to know if there's a reason why we wouldn't be looking at him, maybe I'm missing something obvious.
He's adapted well but he prefers playing to the right. Whether he's better well without an extended run on the right who can tell. Still our best player this last season.
Couldn't care less tbh because you know we're playing the best football in the world
I think we need to stop thinking of our front 3 players against standard positions so anyone coming in would need to be equally flexible.
Yeah, and then Mo Salah arrived and stole his thunder. I would say Sadio has adapted well on the left, it's taken a little time to do so, but he's playing brilliantly in that position.Couldn't care less tbh because you know we're playing the best football in the world
IMO Mané was much better in 1v1 on the right wing.
Mbappe it is then. Big money for immediate starter. Mo, mane, mbappe, and Firmino can draw straws to see who has to sit game by game."Goal understands Liverpool are unwilling to sanction big-money fees for players they do not feel would immediately start for the club"
Erm, no shite Neil. That said, we paid big money for Fabinho and Keita, neither of whom were immediate starters for us.
Is he then one that collides with things? :think:If anyone hasn't read the fantastic article on analytics at Liverpool in another thread (think it was from the New York Times) do yourself a favor and give it a read. It was so informative. Anyhow, all that is to say I'm sure Ian Graham has a list of players, based on his PhD algorithms, who will fit the bill.
One of the nerds on staff is recommending we sign Higgs Boson. Never heard of him! Apparently he is very small.