Top 5 strikers Liverpool can sign
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The top 5 strikers Liverpool can sign in 2022

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Liverpool have one of the most lethal attacking trios in the world in Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino. All three played an integral role in Liverpool’s run to win the Champions League last season. Last season, the trio have again done extremely well but still struggled to manage the top spot in the league table.

Liverpool has only Divock Origi as their backup striker who could be on his way out of Anfield this summer window. The club can do with a few better strikers as well because Firminho has not been the same in the last two years and the Reds need a solid poacher up their ranks.

Here are the top 5 strikers Liverpool can sign in the summer transfer window.

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Top 5 strikers Liverpool can sign this season

5. Kylian Mbappe

Kylian Mbappe

Jurgen Klopp is reportedly seen to be interested in the Paris-Saint Germain star striker and wants to bring him on to Anfield. He would be a great fit for Liverpool because he is one of the best strikers in the world. Being with Liverpool would earn him more game time, thus proving his worth to the world. Plus, playing for Liverpool will earn brownie points for Mbappe, who will have gained experience of playing with the current Premier League leaders.

However, Kylian seems to want to stay on at PSG, with talks of his contract with the club being extended. 

“I simply want to play football and focus on the season,” Mbappe told reporters.

Moreover, Mbappe has a whopping transfer fee of 227 million euros – that’s huge! Liverpool would surely have to break the bank if they want him on their side!

4. Ivan Toney

 
 
 
 
 
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Brentford forward, Ivan Toney has lit up the Championship with 31 goals and 10 assists in 45 appearances last season. Plenty of Premier League sides are ready to promote him to their frontline even if The Bees don’t earn qualification.

Toney replaced Ollie Watkins without dropping a sweat. He could be snapped up for around £50m if Brentford agree to let him leave.

3. Luka Jovic 

Luka Jovic 

Luka Jovic was the centre of attention for his goal-scoring skills all of 2018. The former Eintracht Frankfurt man fired in 27 goals that season and earned a £50 million move to Real Madrid in the summer. Unfortunately, his maidan season at the Bernabeu has not gone according to plan.

Zinedine Zidane does not rate the Serbian forward and has repeatedly played an ageing Karim Benzema over him. Lack of confidence and in a new setting, Jovic has also failed to impress on his cameo displays, quickly becoming a flop amongst fans. He is still only 22 years old and could prove to be a real steal in this transfer market. Solskjaer likes young players that he can mould and Jovic certainly fits the bill. He is quick, physically strong and already has a fine finishing touch.

2. Callum Wilson

The former Bournemouth striker is an Englishman who has been born and brought up in the English League. He knows the Premier League inside out and it is bread and butter for him to handle the physicality and the pace of the league.

He is a natural finisher with a lot of talent in front of the goal. Wilson is at the prime of his career and has a good chance of being a perfect back up for Jurgen Klopp’s men. He will be hard to price out of Bournemouth though as Chelsea found out last January. He is one of the strikers Liverpool can sign.

1. Donyell Malen

Donyell Malen

The 23-year old Dutchman would be a more realistic signing for Liverpool this summer. He has been linked with Liverpool in the last few weeks. He scored 27 goals last season which is a ridiculous number for a 23-year old striker.

Arsenal sold Malen to PSV for just £600,000. He will be an excellent addition to the squad as a backup striker. He is definitely one of the young strikers Liverpool can sign this summer.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Liverpool should sign Icardi as a main striker
    Price doesn’t matter if it paysoff
    He is strong and can hold up the ball as Drogba does. Thats why Real tries to get him though he is expensive.

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