Liverpool need to make a change. The Reds are in dire need of a new striker. At the moment we only have Diogo Jota with the quality to backup the front three and when he’s back he’s likely to start anyway. We need either a stronger bench option than Divock Origi or a goal grabbing striker to set the world alight. Here are three potential Divock Origi replacements for Liverpool:
Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik would be an ideal rotation option for the Reds.
The 26-year-old would be a particularly useful option to bring on when we face the likes of West Brom.
When we need a goal against a parked bus we could do with someone who can win a header, who can make it stick.
The Polish forward is adept at bringing his teammates into the game and he can win a header for us in a packed box.
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Milik’s contract expires in the summer, meaning Liverpool can snap him up on a free transfer; they could even seal the deal in January.
During pre-season Kopites got a glimpse at Patson Daka.
The Zambian forward netted a brace against the Reds in a friendly.
The Daily Mail linked Liverpool with a £20m move for Patson Daka shortly afterwards.
Signing the Salzburg striker would make plenty of sense.
He is just 22-years-old, he has electric pace and a lethal finishing ability and he comes from a footballing school Sadio Mane and Naby Keita graduated from.
This season he’s netted eight in eight league appearances, last term he banged in 24 in 31.
He’d be incredibly useful as a rotation option or he could provide pace and poaching ability from the bench.
Ok, of course, not a rotation option.
Should Liverpool sign Erling Haaland he would undoubtedly be thrust into the starting lineup.
That would make sense, though. He would score so many goals.
The 20-year-old has ten goals in seven starts and one sub appearance for Dortmund in the Bundesliga this term.
Fabrizio Romano believes the forward will be available for £67m.
Considering his quality and his potential that is peanuts. We’d be crazy not to buy him if we have the chance.