Liverpool have one of the deadliest attacking lines in the world. The Reds front three have been tearing defences apart for a few years now and we’ve come to see them as one of our most lethal strike forces in the club’s history. Despite their greatness they do need rotating occasionally, another option. Liverpool should move fast for Arkadiusz Milik after West Ham reportedly had a bid rejected.
Remember Arkadiusz Milik?
Kopites will remember Milik for a goal he didn’t score.
The Napoli striker is central to one of Alisson Becker’s defining moments in the Liverpool shirt.
The Brazilian stopped a close range effort from the Polish forward in the dying moments of a decisive Champions League group stage tie.
Had the keeper not, against the odds, kept the striker out then we wouldn’t have won the competition that year.
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He is currently in the final year of his deal at Napoli and the 26-year-old is set to leave the Italian side either in January or at the end of the season.
West Ham have Milik bid rejected
There are a number of clubs who have been linked with a move for the Polish forward.
West Ham are rumoured to be chasing the 26-year-old’s signature.
According to AreaNapoli, the Hammers hd a £7m bid turned down for the striker.
The East London side are looking for a new forward to lead the line following the sale of Sebastian Haller.
Liverpool should move for Arkadiusz Milik
At the moment the Reds are struggling against stubborn low blocks.
We need someone in the middle of the box winning headers when we’re putting these dozens of crosses in.
Someone who can flick the ball on or hold it up to bring our wide forwards in.
Liverpool signing Milik would be a massive upgrade on what Divock Origi is supposed to provide.
We need a physical presence there for games when we can’t exploit spaces.
Milik wins the ball in the air, he is also adept at bringing teammates into the play.
Given his contract situation he is available for a bargain price, we need to be seriously looking at him as our next super sub.