The Verdict: Would Liverpool be making a good move with a swoop for Ryan Fraser?

According to the Daily Mail, Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser is amongst a list of players being considered by Liverpool for a summer move, as Jurgen Klopp looks to reinforce his forward line.

The Scottish international has enjoyed a phenomenal campaign with the Cherries, scoring eight goals and recording a very impressive 15 assists in all competitions.

The 25-year-old is a diminutive figure who is fairly rapid across the ground, whilst his low centre of gravity means that dribbling is one of his best features; it is arguably the best.

Luis Suarez certainly had no qualms about celebrating against his former employers in the video below…

In my opinion, he would be an excellent addition to Liverpool’s frontline and would also provide some much needed depth to Jurgen Klopp’s attack.

But what do others think of his potential arrival at Anfield? Football FanCast’s writers have their say…

James Beavis

“I think Ryan Fraser would be an excellent signing for Liverpool this summer. The Reds don’t need much, if any, strengthening in terms of their first XI, but they do need some good back-up options – especially in attacking areas. The Scotland international came of age in the Premier League for Bournemouth this season, and he will continue to be a thorn in the side of top flight defences next term and beyond. Fraser is the able deputy to Mane Klopp has been looking for.”

Luke Glanville

“Once again next season, Liverpool are going to be playing lots of matches. Therefore, Jurgen Klopp should keep building on his squad. At the moment, the Reds lack sufficient cover for each member of their deadly front three. The signing of AFC Bournemouth’s Ryan Fraser would go a long way to supplying that. The tricky winger can play on both flanks and has weighed in with a sensational seven goals and 14 assists in the Premier League this season. This would certainly be a good transfer move by Liverpool.”

Harry Sherlock

“Ryan Fraser would be brilliant for Liverpool. He’s had a superb season at Bournemouth this season and the pace and direct dribbling that so sets Reds stars apart. He’s got everything the Reds need but, ultimately, will he be happy to settle for a reduced role? That question may define the Reds’ summer.”