Liverpool have not had the best season, to put it lightly. The Reds have struggled due to an unprecedented injury crisis. Jürgen Klopp has seen everything behind his front three devastated and even the front line has taken some blows on occasion. It’s time for rejuvenation, for fresh blood. Liverpool have been linked with a move for Paulo Dybala; his arrival would surely see Roberto Firmino sold or dropped.
The Reds haven’t been lethal in front of goal of late.
We haven’t created the same type of chance we’ve seen created time and again in recent seasons.
This is due to everything behind the front three being disjointed by injuries.
However, the sparse half chances that have fallen to the forwards have been wasted.
Roberto Firmino’s poor finishing ability has become glaringly obvious, the Merseyside Derby the latest batch of evidence. We need reinforcements.
Liverpool linked with Paulo Dybala
Paulo Dybala’s contract expires in 2022.
The Argentine has been a mercurial presence at Juventus at times, undeniably great but not always a regular starter.
Goal has reported that Liverpool are monitoring the Paulo Dybala contract situation with Juventus insisting that talks are underway.
His current deal sees him earn £224k a week according to SalarySport.
Liverpool signing Dybala impacts Firmino
Should Liverpool end up signing Paulo Dybala then the move would surely impact the future of Roberto Firmino.
The Brazilian has been far from his best this term and a marquee centre forward signing could spell the end for his current role in the side.
Bobby is a Kop icon and always will be but his time as the leading man could well be over.
One solution could be dropping him into the midfield; his creativity and determined pressing would suit the role.
Otherwise he could be moved on or dropped to the bench.