Liverpool have been dominating for a few years thanks to their front three. Jürgen Klopp has assembled a forward line for the ages and they keep coming up with the goods when needed. There have been suggestions that this could be the final year we see them together. Didi Hamann has suggested Liverpool should look at Kingsley Coman as a potential Mo Salah successor.
Mo Salah question marks
There is always going to be interest in Mo Salah.
The Egyptian King has posted some ridiculous numbers since joining Liverpool.
He has broken records left and right on his way to becoming a modern day Anfield icon.
Now more than ever there are questions about his future at the club.
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There have been suggestions the winger is unhappy at Liverpool.
The forward has also given an interview in Spain which opened the door to interest from Barcelona and Real Madrid.
There is a school of thought that the Reds will look to cash in on Mo in the near future. So who replaces him?
Hamann suggests Liverpool target Kingsley Coman
There are bound to be plenty of candidates should the Reds move Mo Salah on.
Didi Hamann has suggested Liverpool should target Kingsley Coman.
The ex-Anfield midfielder spoke to Stadium Astro about the potential need for a replacement:
“Two of the best wingers in the world are [Serge] Gnabry, who was at Arsenal, and Kingsley Coman – he is running riot at the moment.
“Would they want to leave Bayern Munich? I don’t think so but you don’t know.
“I don’t know if there is anything in Salah giving an interview or wanting to go to Spain. If he wants to leave, Barcelona and Madrid would be interested.
“If a player wants to leave, you have to let him go. If he has the desire to leave, it’s probably likely he will in the summer.
“There is some fantastic talent in Germany and France. I think they will have a list.
“For me, the best winger out there at the moment is Kingsley Coman.”
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Liverpool targeting Kingsley Coman if Mo Salah leaves makes plenty of sense.
The Frenchman is just 24-years-old and he keeps getting better.
We’ve known about his potential from an early age and now that he appears to be over the worst of his injuries he is really starting to kick on.
It may not be easy to sign him but it would certainly be doable if Mo left, we will surely have our pick of the world’s wingers with the money generated from the Egyptian’s sale.