At the same time, RB Leipzig striker is considered a more logical pursuer than Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly. In anticipation of the next transfer window, the Reds are sorting through recruitment options.

Liverpool prioritises a transfer move for Timo Werner

Liverpool in the next transfer window should prioritize the move for Timo Werner, says Steve Nicol. At the same time, RB Leipzig striker is considered a more logical pursuer than Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly. In anticipation of the next transfer window, the Reds are sorting through recruitment options. It is said that various options are noticeable in Jürgen Klopp’s wish list. While the Premier League title has money that can be spent amid recent successes. The consensus is that Liverpool should strive to add more depth to its pool of attacking talents. Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, and Roberto Firmino became talisman figures. But there is little support for them when it comes to the final product in the last third.

Jurgen Klopp will seek to strengthen his defencive line

That caused talk about the start of a raid with big money that would bring RB Leipzig striker Werner to England. It has also been suggested that Jurgen will seek to strengthen his defensive line further, disrupting the command of the Senegalese Koulibaly. It will take a lot of finances to put both of these goals on the ground, and it is possible that ambitions need to be redefined. If so, then Nicol feels that the Reds must advocate a movement for firepower. A former Liverpool defender told reporters: “Listen, if I had a wish list, I would like Koulibaly to be next to Van Dijk”. But if you say that I can have only one choice, I will go with Timo Werner. “I think the front three need much more rotation than the backline.

“The way Liverpool plays, the way the front three presses when they play together, in the end, it will catch up with them.” They have been unbelievable in the last 18 months, but you cannot maintain this for six to seven years. You need a break. “I think that in defense Joe Gomez did enough to make Klopp comfortable. He is not Koulibaly, but here’s what I tell you, he is not far off. “So, if this is a choice between the two, I will focus on Timo Werner”. Werner left the door open for Liverpool to make a formal approach. But financial implications coronavirus pandemics have placed new doubts on deals that appear to be under development.

 

The Reds are also not the only side considering the move for the star RB Leipzig, while Barcelona is also in the market for another No.9 to ensure competition and assistance to Luis Suarez.