Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp splashed the cash in the summer transfer window and signed players to reinforce his defense and solve the defensive dilemma.
The Merseysiders signed the likes of Ragnar Klavan and Joel Matip to strengthen the central defense and also lured a new goalie in the form of Loris Karius.
However, the Reds have still been shaky at the back and have managed only two clean sheets in twelve league games so far this season.
Recently, Rangers’ 38-year-old defender Clint Hill has told Rangers TV that he will love to agree Liverpool move if he got the chance. When asked which club he will like to play for, Clint replied:
“I support Liverpool. So, I would love to go and play for them.”
French central defender Mamadou Sakho is only playing in the reserves and it will not come as any surprise if the former PSG star leaves the club in the January transfer window.
Hill has all the experience but it is highly likely that Klopp will consider the 6ft veteran to replace someone like Sakho. Moreover, with Lovren, Matip, Klavan and Gomes around, Liverpool do not really need to sign another central defender.
Therefore, Clint’s wish of playing in the Red shirt may not come true. The Reds must sign a new left back in the winter window if they do focus on further strengthening the back line.