One of the first pieces of business done by Brendan Rodgers last summer was to replace the experience of Pepe Reina in between the sticks with Belgian, Simon Mignolet. The ex-Sunderland stopper had his moments this season, but he often looks unsettled with the style of football required by Rodgers. He is unsure with the ball at his feet, and flappy when it’s in the air. Rodgers’ former Swansea stopper, Michel Vorm, would be an ideal player to compete with Mignolet. The Dutchman is commanding in aerial duels, powerful in collisions, and comfortable with the ball on the ground. Whilst Rodgers won’t look to shift Mignolet out the club, some more sturdy competition for him would do no harm, and Vorm would certainly provide that.