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5 forwards Liverpool should target this summer

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26 Mar 2019, 19:02 IST

Liverpool needs depth in the attacking department
Liverpool needs depth in the attacking department

Jurgen Klopp is right now in his fourth season in charge of Liverpool. There were times when it was questioned whether he was the right man to lead Liverpool or not, as well as when he will bring trophies.

But right now it seems like he is the right man to lead them to glory. Last season they qualified for the Champions League as well as reached the final. This season they are challenging Pep Guardiola's mighty Manchester City and are in the quarterfinals of the Champions League.

The former Borussia Dortmund manager has not only managed to make Liverpool play brilliant attacking football, but at the same time, he has also managed to develop one of the best squads in Europe.

They have good depth in all areas except attack, and though Xherdan Shaqiri was brought in for this reason, he has not been convincing enough, neither has Daniel Sturridge. Thus, Liverpool would want new faces in attack to add more depth and quality, so that they can challenge for trophies next season as well.

Here are 5 forwards Liverpool could target for next season.

#5 Paulo Dybala (Juventus)

Liverpool are pushing to make a move for Dybala
Liverpool are pushing to make a move for Dybala

The Juventus forward is one of the most highly rated forwards in world football. He has won three Serie A titles and three Copa Italia's as well. He has a deadly left foot, and he has got great dribbling skills as well.

This season his goal scoring rate has reduced drastically and he was also dropped for Juve's biggest game of the season so far against Atletico Madrid.

If reports are believed to be true, the Reds are pushing hard to get a deal agreed for the former Palermo forward. But they are likely to face competition from various clubs across Europe.

Dybala can play in various positions and he can add also fill the #10 playmaker role left by Phillipe Coutinho. At the age of 25, he has plenty to offer and he has also got plenty of experience playing at the top level.

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