Liverpool need to be active in the transfer market this summer. The Reds have struggled this season and reinforcements are necessary. Liverpool will need to respond if Harry Kane ends up leaving Spurs for a Premier League rival.
This season was a disappointing one for Kopites and injuries have been at the root of all of the problems.
Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez’s season ending injuries set the tone for the campaign early on.
The crisis has prompted plenty of fans and pundits to expect the club to bring in reinforcements ahead of next season.
We need a centre back, a lethal striker and a replacement for Gini Wijnaldum.
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Liverpool and Harry Kane transfer
This summer could well see the end of an era in North London.
Spurs’ talismanic striker has very publicly asked for a move and has sent out come and get me cries to whoever will listen.
Liverpool will need to respond to any Harry Kane transfer.
The striker is expected to remain in the Premier League if he does move.
Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United are all thought to be in the running.
The Metro has cited a £150m asking price which could see the striker frustrated and forced to play out another trophyless season with his boyhood club.
If the striker does move to a Premier League rival then Liverpool will need to react to the Kane move with a signing of their own.
We risk standing still if our closest rivals make a major signing of his quality and we don’t improve our own squad.