Liverpool has been on a roll since the start of this season, and Jurgen Klopp’s team is seen as one of the strongest teams to win the Premier League this season. Despite the good start from Liverpool, as most of the teams in Premier, they will try to shield the team in order to compete until the very end for the trophy. It is not a secret that Klopp has been struggling with the bad performances from some of their defenders, but they also have more things to be concerned.
Klopp surely has to reinforce some positions besides the attacking zone, but this one appears like a priority for the former Borussia Dortmund head coach. With Daniel Sturridge’s future looking quite uncertain, the injury of Coutinho and the future absence of Sadio Mane in early 2017, the German head coach and his staff are reportedly trying to find good replacements for these players when they are gone.
Although Klopp tried to steal Pulisic from his former team, Dortmund turned down the negotiations and now the situation is even worse for the Reds as they expect to have Coutinho back in mid-January. However, Liverpool have recently joined the race for a Polish striker who has delighted half the Europe since his arrival at Belgian giant Anderlecht last year.
Lukasz Teodorczyk is a Polish striker, who has been in a great shape since he arrived in Anderlecht the past season from Dynamo Kiev. Lukasz is currently on loan from the Ukrainian team, but Anderlecht can make that loan permanent if they pay Dynamo €5 million. However Liverpool needs to make a fast move seeing the amount of teams interested in Teodorczyk, this signing couldn’t be something right for Merseyside team, but this is unlikely to happen.
Signing Teodorczyk could be a great deal for Liverpool, as the Merseyside team could purchase a fast and powerful striker. Lukasz is an aggressive shooter who knows when to attack and how; he also displays a good game outside the rival area and is a great weapon in an aerial game. Teodorczyk is part of Poland national team, and having one of Klopp’s favourites as a teammate, Lukasz learnt something from Lewandowski about his possibly new coach.
Liverpool has serious competitors in the race of signing Teodorczyk and if they want to buy him, they’ll need to fight with at least 10 teams in order to acquire the services of the Polish forward. However, if they can make a deal with Dynamo, they will gain an excellent player, either if they want to put him in the starting lineup or they just want to have a hiding star on the bench.