Players who could improve us.

Posted by: Mr Bojangles

Players who could improve us. - 03/11/19 05:13 PM

Trying to improve this side is beyond difficult.

We are linked with Timo Werner who can play across the front three. But I'd prefer someone like Son of Spurs. He is perfect for us. Could replace Bobby Salah or Mane.

Another option is Diogo Jota or wolves. Signed from atletico Madrid he's worth 5x what they paid for him. Again could step in for Bobbybas well as the other two.
Posted by: AccaBoosty

Re: Players who could improve us. - 03/11/19 09:16 PM

I like a few of the Wolves and Leicester players. Neves and Jota for Wolves and Maddison, Ndidi and Chilwell at Leicester. Rashford would score every week in a Liverpool team. As would Son. Rumours for Timo Werner circulating again too.

Leicester potentially could be a good side for the next few years as they have a lot of good young players. Their downfall could be attracting a striker and keeper to take over from Vardy and Schmeichel in the next 2 or 3 years.

Not sure if the first team can be improved on but the squad could. However the other night a few of our own stepped up and might save us a packet.
Posted by: EnergisedReds

Re: Players who could improve us. - 04/11/19 05:07 AM

Originally Posted By Mr Bojangles
Trying to improve this side is beyond difficult.

We are linked with Timo Werner who can play across the front three. But I'd prefer someone like Son of Spurs. He is perfect for us. Could replace Bobby Salah or Mane.

Another option is Diogo Jota or wolves. Signed from atletico Madrid he's worth 5x what they paid for him. Again could step in for Bobbybas well as the other two.



Heard a lot about Bruno Fernandez who I understand is quite versatile in the attacking role and can really shoot from distance. As any player we buy will struggle to replace our top 3 unless there is an injury, the more versatile the better. However, I admit, haven't watch him a lot. Werner can play in 2 positions, ie, left wing and centre, so could be interesting as well. He scores a lot in the league.
Posted by: Pickles

Re: Players who could improve us. - 04/11/19 09:48 AM

Maddison is one we should be going after - English and has a great future ahead of him. I'd have said Grealish also but he showed his suspect temperament when deciding to abstain from the recent England International due to an injury and then getting filmed at a Casino whilst England were playing in that game he'd bunked off from.
Posted by: *** Suso ***

Re: Players who could improve us. - 04/11/19 10:54 AM

would love sancho
Posted by: elimmel

Re: Players who could improve us. - 04/11/19 11:30 AM

Maddison would be more suitable as a creative midfielder?
Or Timo up front with Bobby pushed back? Son could cover the flanks.
Any 2 of these 3 would be lovely!
Posted by: RedJohn

Re: Players who could improve us. - 04/11/19 03:18 PM

Son would be perfect, though buying from Spurs is never easy..

He seems like someone who'd be happy to fight for their place from the bench and despite what people have said here, I think he'd get a lot of playing time even if the front 3 were injury free. That kind of quality to rotate would be the next step up for lfc.

Ox seems to be returning to form but Keita might not live up to the hype. Another attacking midfielder if he's sold next summer. Maddison would probably cost a lot and Leciester seem poised for a top 4 challenge with Spurs, Arsenal and.. snigger...Man Utd faltering.

Fk me.. it's a good time to be alive.
Posted by: EnergisedReds

Re: Players who could improve us. - 04/11/19 03:44 PM

Originally Posted By elimmel
Maddison would be more suitable as a creative midfielder?
Or Timo up front with Bobby pushed back? Son could cover the flanks.
Any 2 of these 3 would be lovely!


But we have bills to pay, probably unless we sell we will not buy anybody above 35m.
Posted by: Pickles

Re: Players who could improve us. - 04/11/19 03:53 PM

Leicester won't be able to resist an offer if it came in for Maddison which it will, with Utd and Spurs having shown strong interest for him. The only problem is that Leicester will no doubt over price Maddison like they did for Maguire. Klopp will likely see cheaper alternatives abroad but with the likes of Lallana's contract being up next summer, we will need more British players to meet the quota required.
Posted by: paul66

Re: Players who could improve us. - 04/11/19 05:29 PM

Originally Posted By Pickles
Leicester won't be able to resist an offer if it came in for Maddison which it will, with Utd and Spurs having shown strong interest for him. The only problem is that Leicester will no doubt over price Maddison like they did for Maguire. Klopp will likely see cheaper alternatives abroad but with the likes of Lallana's contract being up next summer, we will need more British players to meet the quota required.


The price we would have to pay to get Maddison would be insane. Son will still have 3 years left on his contract come the end of the season. He will be 28 and cost mega money. I'd love to get him, but I cannot see it with his age and contract.

They have utd transfers written all over them. 80m up for each. They are not really value for money transfers that we normally do.
Posted by: AccaBoosty

Re: Players who could improve us. - 04/11/19 08:00 PM

Originally Posted By EnergisedReds
Originally Posted By elimmel
Maddison would be more suitable as a creative midfielder?
Or Timo up front with Bobby pushed back? Son could cover the flanks.
Any 2 of these 3 would be lovely!


But we have bills to pay, probably unless we sell we will not buy anybody above 35m.


If we can get the likes of Werner for £35m to £40m that looks like good business. The standout players in the PL are going to cost £70m to £80m. So that will be the likes of Maddison and possibly even Son at his age. The big signings we have made have generally been good. Jury still out on Keita. Alisson and VVD worth every penny and more.

There are some canny players out there like Werner who has signed a contract with his club in order to get the transfer he wants later down the line. Our profile compared to others is very favourable. RM, Barcelona and Juventus will always be a big draw. Another big CL showing this season with a PL win could see us jump to the top of the list.

I agree we may not buy above £35m unless we sell but if we sell big we will buy big.
Posted by: Pickles

Re: Players who could improve us. - 04/11/19 08:17 PM

A problem for us in recruiting Werner could be just how long Klopp intends to stay - Klopp's current contract ends in the summer of 2022. That will mean 2 seasons under Klopp, would Werner come to us if this is the case?
Posted by: wilkij1975

Re: Players who could improve us. - 04/11/19 09:00 PM

Klopp could have a contract to 2050 and still leave the day after he signed. Iím not entirely sure itís have any impact on him signing. You could also say the same about attracting any player.
Posted by: *** Suso ***

Re: Players who could improve us. - 04/11/19 10:18 PM

Originally Posted By AccaBoosty
Originally Posted By EnergisedReds
Originally Posted By elimmel
Maddison would be more suitable as a creative midfielder?
Or Timo up front with Bobby pushed back? Son could cover the flanks.
Any 2 of these 3 would be lovely!


But we have bills to pay, probably unless we sell we will not buy anybody above 35m.


If we can get the likes of Werner for £35m to £40m that looks like good business. The standout players in the PL are going to cost £70m to £80m. So that will be the likes of Maddison and possibly even Son at his age. The big signings we have made have generally been good. Jury still out on Keita. Alisson and VVD worth every penny and more.

There are some canny players out there like Werner who has signed a contract with his club in order to get the transfer he wants later down the line. Our profile compared to others is very favourable. RM, Barcelona and Juventus will always be a big draw. Another big CL showing this season with a PL win could see us jump to the top of the list.

I agree we may not buy above £35m unless we sell but if we sell big we will buy big.
not sure the old lady is more attractive then us. we are the current champions of Europe and play in the most prestigious league in the world
Posted by: EnergisedReds

Re: Players who could improve us. - 05/11/19 02:11 AM

Originally Posted By *** Suso ***
Originally Posted By AccaBoosty
Originally Posted By EnergisedReds
Originally Posted By elimmel
Maddison would be more suitable as a creative midfielder?
Or Timo up front with Bobby pushed back? Son could cover the flanks.
Any 2 of these 3 would be lovely!


But we have bills to pay, probably unless we sell we will not buy anybody above 35m.


If we can get the likes of Werner for £35m to £40m that looks like good business. The standout players in the PL are going to cost £70m to £80m. So that will be the likes of Maddison and possibly even Son at his age. The big signings we have made have generally been good. Jury still out on Keita. Alisson and VVD worth every penny and more.

There are some canny players out there like Werner who has signed a contract with his club in order to get the transfer he wants later down the line. Our profile compared to others is very favourable. RM, Barcelona and Juventus will always be a big draw. Another big CL showing this season with a PL win could see us jump to the top of the list.

I agree we may not buy above £35m unless we sell but if we sell big we will buy big.
not sure the old lady is more attractive then us. we are the current champions of Europe and play in the most prestigious league in the world


They pay more especially lately, so yes they are more attractive. Look at the players they have been signing lately, Ronaldo, De Ligt.
Posted by: elimmel

Re: Players who could improve us. - 05/11/19 05:02 AM

Originally Posted By EnergisedReds
Originally Posted By elimmel
Maddison would be more suitable as a creative midfielder?
Or Timo up front with Bobby pushed back? Son could cover the flanks.
Any 2 of these 3 would be lovely!


But we have bills to pay, probably unless we sell we will not buy anybody above 35m.


I know this shouldnít be a deciding factor in transfers but Sonís commercial value in Asia will pay for his fee.