According to talkSPORT’s Micky Quinn, Liverpool are set for a significant squad overhaul during the summer transfer window.
Indeed, the lifelong Reds fan and former Newcastle striker told The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast yesterday…
“What I know is that Sturridge could be on his way, Mignolet could be on his way and in could come Joe Hart. The owners are also promising a lot of money to go and buy five to six high-profile players – read into that what you want.
“I think it’s going to be a very, very positive summer for Liverpool. Klopp knows what he needs. That squad this season is not strong enough to win the league, but hopefully it’s enough to be in the top four.”
No doubt, some improvements are needed if Liverpool intend to challenge for the Premier League title next term, especially at both ends of the starting XI; Loris Karius has hardly alleviated concerns between the sticks, whilst Roberto Firmino, Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi are all yet to hit double figures this season.
But we’ve been here before with Liverpool – in fact, it’s hard to remember a summer window in which they didn’t make a whole host of signings, many of which struggle for impact at Anfield, and move a similar number of players on.
More often than not, the approach hasn’t worked. And although Liverpool have endured a poor start to 2017, surely Klopp’s strategy in the transfer market should be one of evolution rather than revolution.
But there are two sides to every argument and with that in mind, we’re opening the floor to our Liverpool readers. Let us know your thoughts by voting in the poll below…