Liverpool are certainly not crying out for an attacker due to the dominance of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane.
The trio ripped defences apart last season with their blistering pace and clinical touch.
However, in order to take that next step and become regular title challengers, the Reds need to build on their current squad.
The Champions League final highlighted that Liverpool do not have the strength in depth required to compete at the top level.
When Mohamed Salah was forced off the pitch after dislocating his shoulder inside the first 30 minutes of the clash against Real Madrid, the Reds were unable to recover and ended up losing 3-1 in Kiev.
Now that the summer transfer window is in full swing, rumours are rife about who manager Jurgen Klopp is targeting in this window.
One player who has been doing the rounds is Stoke City winger Xherdan Shaqiri, who could get his head turned following the Potters’ relegation from the Premier League.
According to the Liverpool Echo, the Switzerland international, who scored eight goals in 36 league matches last season, has a release clause worth between £12m and £13.5m.
We asked you whether Shaqiri would be a decent summer signing for the Reds, and the majority seem keen on the idea.