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Liverpool should have signed Tammy Abraham from Chelsea

Liverpool are shy of attacking options at the moment. The Reds have absolutely no depth in the final third at that is a huge concern. Liverpool should have signed Tammy Abraham from Chelsea. The striker is on fire at Roma.

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Striker needed urgently

This summer Kopites have been crying out for reinforcements in the final third.

The Reds have just the four players covering three positions.

Divock Origi has not been up to the task in recent seasons and the boss has shown little faith in Takumi Minamino.

For instance, last weekend when the Reds were a man up against Chelsea and trying to break down a parked bus, Origi wasn’t in the squad and Taki was left on the bench.

The lack of a recognised lethal striker left us wanting in the final third, it’s an issue that needs to be addressed.

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Tammy Abraham on fire

Roma signed Tammy Abraham for £34m about a fortnight ago.

Since then he’s taken the Serie A by storm.

The ex-Chelsea man has become the focal point for the liquid football Jose Mourinho has got Roma playing.

In his first two games for the Italian giants the English forward has netted once and assisted twice, earning a WhoScored rating of 8.3.

Liverpool should’ve signed Tammy Abraham

Weeks ago we wrote about why Liverpool should sign Tammy Abraham.

The Reds are in dire need of a striker and the youngster was clearly on his way out of Chelsea.

Since his arrival in Italy the 23-year-old has proven us right.

When he is being used regularly and is playing under a world class manager he becomes a world class player.

Jürgen Klopp could’ve squeezed similar performances out of the young man.

Now we’re left still with a gap to fill whilst Roma enjoy their bargain signing.

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