Liverpool are in something of a transition. The Reds have struggled this season but injuries have been at the core of the problem. We need to reinforce various areas in the squad ahead of next season. Liverpool should swoop for Steven Bergwijn amid uncertainty around his future.
Front three signing
This summer Jürgen Klopp needs to bolster his options in attack.
At the moment there is little quality in depth, meaning that the front three can’t be rotated.
This has led to extreme fatigue which is being reflected in drab, lacklustre performances.
Our typically deadly trio have been uncharacteristically wasteful in recent months.
Bringing in greater depth and competition should rejuvenate the attacking line.
Bergwijn future uncertain
The Athletic has reported that Steven Bergwijn’s future at Spurs is uncertain.
The Dutch winger has been a fringe player under Jose Mourinho despite a blistering start to his North London career.
The wide man netted in a 2-0 win over Manchester City on his debut.
This season the pace merchant has managed just 11 starts in the Premier League, making six showings from the bench.
According to The Athletic the club have started to receive calls from potential suitors looking to take advantage of his peripheral role.
Liverpool should swoop for Steven Bergwijn
Spurs paid £27m for their Dutch winger.
Liverpool should look at taking Steven Bergwijn off their hands for a similar fee.
He is just 23-years-old, still full of potential and he has all of the athletic attributes to play under Jürgen Klopp.
If the North London side are looking to move him on then he could provide ample competition for the front three; the boss has shown time and again that he can take under appreciated players and turn them into stars.