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Liverpool making Dele Alli swoop could change Reds season - RTK view

Liverpool have been in a tough run of form lately with the Reds having failed to win in their last five Premier League games. Jürgen Klopp’s side have failed to score in the last four of these fixtures. Something has to change. Liverpool making a bold loan move for Dele Alli could change the Reds’ season – he’s available after all.

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Blunt Liverpool attack

The Reds front line has been blunt of late to say the least.

Since putting seven past Crystal Palace on the 19th of December Liverpool have scored just once in the league.

The side haven’t even scored this side of the New Year.

The injury crisis may have hit the defence worst but the effects are beginning to ripple through the side with the lads looking disjointed and lethargic.

Frozen out Dele Alli

What is it about Jose Mourinho?

The Spurs boss seems to pick a fight with one star player at every club he takes over.

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I say pick a fight – more, he singles out a star player, almost to make an example of them.

Dele Alli has been the singled out player at Spurs, this season the England international has made just one start in the Premier League with three appearances coming from the bench.

His lack of game time has led many to believe he’ll be loaned out in January, The Mirror reporting that PSG want to take him until the end of the season.

Liverpool should consider Dele Alli

If Spurs are determined to move him on for the second half of the season then Liverpool need to consider a Dele Alli loan.

We are short of numbers up top and are often lacking in midfield.

The 24-year-old’s versatility is ideal for Jürgen Klopp.

Alli could play at the point of the midfield or he could even take on the Firmino role if needed.

He is of undeniable quality and he would be a huge upgrade on our current backup options.

If he was playing abroad this would be an absolute no brainer, we just have to consider the unlikelihood of Spurs strengthening a rival ahead of the second half of the season.

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