Liverpool are in dire need of a lethal striker. The Reds have been struggling for goals in recent months, highlighting the desperate need for a change. Liverpool should consider a move for Robert Lewandowski amid reports the Polish striker wants a move.
Robert Lewandowski and Jürgen Klopp
32-year-old striker Robert Lewandowski was made by Jürgen Klopp.
The Polish forward is one of the greatest front men of the modern day and the Reds’ boss has played a big part in his success.
The pair spent four years together at Borussia Dortmund, winning two league titles and reaching a Champions League final.
Lewandowski has made his admiration of Klopp no secret. He once described the boss as a ‘genius’ for how he improved the striker’s game, labelling him a ‘father figure’ in the Player’s Tribune.
Liverpool should consider Robert Lewandowski swoop
Hear me out, I know this sounds insane. It is.
Liverpool don’t often sign players like Robert Lewandowski.
He is 32-years-old, he would command a sizeable paypacket.
However, according to AS in Spain he is open to leaving Bayern Munich.
Manchester United have shown us that signing prolific strikers entering the final years of their career can be effective, they got a tune or two out of Edinson Cavani.
This season Bayern’s leading man netted a record breaking 41 goals, he isn’t exactly slowing down.
Liverpool could get three years out of Robert Lewandowski and he’d have no trouble adapting to Jürgen Klopp’s vision.
If the striker is indeed looking for a move then he could be the solution to our problems, even if just for a year or two. You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one.