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The speculations regarding the 28-year-old Argentine striker Gonzalo Higuain has been taking some topsy-turvy turns lately. The striker, who denied Arsenal three years back to join the Italian side Naploi has been linked with a move to the Emirates yet again, but this time, the deal might surprise the spectators as according to Sky Sports, the Gunners are ready offer their striker Olivier Giroud in a player plus cash deal to bring Huguain in London.

It is understood that the 28-year-old is on the verge to leave the Italians, and due to that, many top clubs are looking to lure the player, who scored 36 goals in Serie A last season. During the Copa America Centenario, Liverpool’s manager Jurgen Klopp was spotted with Higuain’s brother, who also works as his agent and that fueled up the speculation regarding Higuain’s move to Anfield.

Later, many media even reported that Higuain himself is getting ready to work under the management of Jürgen Klopp, but nothing has been materialized till date. The former Real Madrid striker had a great season last term and ended up being a top scorer of Serie A.

Now, if the reports are to be believed, the Italian Champions Juventus have also joined the race to sign the player. ESPN stated that Juventus are ready met his £78 million release clause and the striker himself is keen to join Juventus. But what if he decides to join the Premier League? What will be the better destination for the player? Well, we do believe that Higuaín should go for Liverpool and here, we give you three reasons why?

  1. A Perfect Klopp’s Fit-

It is fair to say that neither Sturridge nor Origi have shown a performance that could lead the spectators to bite their nails off. Higuain, on the other hand, is in a great form lately and we totally believe that working under Klopp will only make him better than ever. With Liverpool in a desperate need of a striker, Higuain could fit the bill.

There is no doubt that the 28-year-old is one of the most hard working players in the industry and besides that, despite of being a striker, he loves to challenge opponents to get the ball and that could really help the team. With all that being said, it is safe to say that Higuain would be the perfect signing for Klopp.

  1. A Perfect Attacking Lineup-

As stated earlier, the Merseyside club needs a player who could be called as a ‘pure striker’ and for that, Higuain could be the perfect fit. So far Liverpool have one of the best attacking trio at their side in form of Coutinho; Firmino and Mane. All those players have a great stamina, possess a blistering pace and are capable of delivering the end result as well.

Higuain’s addition in the squad would complete the jigsaw of Liverpool and then the team could easily become one of the most dangerous attacking teams in the league. Besides that, Higuain will bring a top notch experience of the Champions League and then the attacker could also serve as a mentor for the youth.

  1. Jürgen Klopp-

The first and utmost reason to join Liverpool is their manager Jürgen Klopp. The 49-year-old German gaffer has come to Liverpool to guide them to the paramount and so far, he has been doing a great job. Since his arrival at the club, the players have revived their careers. Players like Firmino, Can and Lovren, who were believed as flop signings, did a fantastic job under Klopp and now, they are being touted as the most precious possession for the team.

There is no doubt that working under Klopp will be a delight for every single player and Higuaín is no exception. Progress is Klopp’s top priority and so is of Higuain’s. The German and Argentine duo could do wonders at Anfield and we are pretty sure that at the end of the season, Higuain himself will realize that joining Liverpool was one of the best things ever happened to him.

 

 

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Liverpool unlikely to make January signings as Klopp wants to keep a close unit

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Liverpool won’t sign players in January unless they face a big problem

The Liverpool Echo’s Paul Gorst took part in a regular Q+A session after our loss to Napoli in the Champions League.

The journalist was asked about a range of topics regarding the club including our plans in the winter window and when our injured players could return.

Liverpool didn’t make any big signings in the summer as they signed a couple of young players. We did sign Adrian and Andy Lonergan but those were done to provide cover for Alisson.

Gorst was asked if the Reds would make any signings in the January window, and he claimed that it would take a major problem for any deal to take place (h/t Liverpool Echo):

“I think for Liverpool to be active in the January window there would have to be a big problem at Anfield.

“Klopp likes the close-knit makeup of his squad and prefers his numbers to be trim. I don’t see a scenario where the Reds boss is delving into the market to make a significant addition at this stage.”

The journalist added that Klopp believes in the current crop of players after the perfect start to the Premier League campaign.

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The German isn’t known to make big winter signings and it would be a huge deal if the manager makes a move in January.

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The Reds have a pretty strong team and it will be interesting to see how our season develops in the coming months.

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We have looked good so far this season and were a little unlucky to return from Napoli without a point.

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Liverpool interested in 27-year-old Real Madrid star but face competition from Premier League rivals

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Liverpool are interested in Real Madrid attacker Isco

Calciomercato (h/t AS) reports that Liverpool are interested in Real Madrid’s talented Spaniard Isco.

The 27-year-old can play in several positions in the attack and has scored one goal and provided one assist for the Madrid side this season.

Isco has had his troubles with Real in the past season or so and only started 11 La Liga games for them.

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The 27-year-old did appear in 16 league games as a substitute, with Real changing managers thrice in the previous campaign.

Zinedine Zidane is back at the helm of the La Liga giants and Isco hasn’t played for the side since the 1-1 draw against Valladolid at the end of August.

The report claims that there is further interest in Isco, with Manchester City and Juventus also keen on the 27-year-old.

Do Liverpool need Isco?

The Spaniard is a great talent but his inconsistency has been a problem over the past 18 months or so.

Liverpool could use a playmaker just behind the front-three and Isco is capable of playing in that position.

However, the Spaniard has mostly been used in the wide positions this season, and it will be interesting to see if he is on the move later on.

Liverpool have three of the best attackers in world football at the moment, and there is immense competition for places in the midfield too.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita could provide us with an attacking dimension from the midfield. However, the pair have had their injury problems in recent years.

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Spanish star linked with Liverpool after excellent display in Champions League

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Fabian Ruiz of Napoli linked with Liverpool after excellent display

Liverpool’s Champions League opener might not have gone their way with a 2-0 defeat at Napoli.

The Reds were unlucky to concede a penalty late in the game, with replays showing that Jose Callejon had fallen over before contact was made with Andy Robertson.

Dries Mertens made no mistake from the spot and we tried to get back into the game.

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Fernando Llorente scored in the dying seconds of the game after some miscommunication at the back, but we had our chances to score too.

One player who impressed in the midfield was Fabian Ruiz. The Spaniard was linked with the Reds before the clash (h/t Calciomercato) and did a great job in controlling the midfield.

The 23-year-old has been great for Napoli under Carlo Ancelotti, and reports (h/t Liverpool Echo) claim that the midfielder is being linked with Liverpool once again.

A quality signing for the Reds?

Liverpool do have a packed midfield with the likes of Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain yet to shine this season.

Jordan Henderson, Fabinho and Georginio Wijnaldum are great as a unit but the likes of James Milner and Adam Lallana are in their 30s and cannot start every game for us.

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Marko Grujic has also impressed at Hertha Berlin on loan, and he should be handed a chance to prove his ability at Anfield.

The Serbian would be a smart option for the Reds but Ruiz seems to be a more complete article right now.

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Calciomercato added that Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Real Madrid were also interested in the Spaniard, and it will be interesting to see if Ruiz is on the move next season.

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