Liverpool have been struggling in front of goal lately. The Reds have been misfiring consistently, leading to limp performances and a humiliating home record. Something has to change. Club legend Robbie Fowler has backed Liverpool star Mo Salah to leave the club if he wants out.
Word of God
Well this is the word of God we’re talking about. Robbie Fowler was dubbed God by the adoring Kop.
The Scouser, also known as the Toxteth Prowler, was one of the most lethal finishers on the planet in his day.
He scored 171 goals in 330 games during his first spell at Liverpool.
Despite his status at the club he was forced to the bench by Emile Heskey and Michael Owen, leading to Fowler joining Leeds United in 2001.
Fowler is now managing in India, in charge of East Bengal.
Robbie Fowler on Mo Salah
The Scouser has weighed in on the current situation with the Reds.
Robbie Fowler has discussed Mo Salah in his column for The Mirror, writing of the Egyptian King:
“I’m not having a go at Salah. I love him to bits. But I truly believe that transfers now are largely about what players want, so the ball is in his court, not Liverpool’s.
“If he wants to go, then he should go. If a player wants to leave, we have to accept it’s in the mix.”
What RTK has to say
Robbie Fowler has got it right with Mo Salah.
We don’t need players who don’t want to be here and we could raise a significant sum if we cashed in.
This money could be used wisely, recruiting a player of the calibre of Kylian Mbappe or Erling Haaland.
We need a change, the front line needs freshening up. It wouldn’t be the end of the world if we parted ways with the iconic Egyptian should someone stump up a silly amount of cash.