Liverpool are certainly in the middle of a golden generation at the moment.
It could easily be argued that the Reds have been the best team in the world over the past three years, losing just four league games over the past two seasons, while reaching back-to-back Champions League finals during that period, lifting the famous trophy in 2019.
The driving force behind the Merseyside club’s success has undoubtedly been their front three.
Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah have won three Golden Boots between them during this period, while Roberto Firmino has redefined the role of a striker, playing as a false nine in a way we haven’t really seen before in this country.
Unfortunately, all good things have to come to an end, and with all three attackers now aged 28, Liverpool may need to start planning for the future sooner rather than later.
The Reds could very easily fall into a slump after the Mane-Salah-Firmino era comes to an end, but one recent transfer story, combined with the young talent already at the club, hints that their future attack could be just as strong.
Bild have linked the Merseyside club with a move for Borussia Dortmund starlet Giovanni Reyna, while European Golden Boy nominee Rhian Brewster and Premier League record-breaker Harvey Elliott both remain on the books.
Reyna and Elliott on the wings with Brewster leading the line is a mouth-watering prospect if the trio get anywhere close to reaching their perceived potential.
Jurgen Klopp has already put together arguably the best front three in world football, and he may soon assemble the next greatest attacking force on the planet if he manages to land Reyna while also aiding the development of Brewster and Elliott.
Of course, it’s hard to gauge how high a young player’s ceiling is, but you don’t get a starting role at Dortmund as a 17-year-old if you’re not special, nor do you get nominated for the Golden Boy, nor do you break the record for youngest Premier League player ever.