5 January Signings who could push Liverpool to Premier League glory
- With Liverpool at the top of Premier League, here are 5 signings who could push them to their first title since 1990.
For decades, the football world has heard how this will be Liverpool’s year. And time and time again, it’s proved not to be Liverpool’s year, regardless of big signings, regardless of how close they’ve come, and regardless of just how badly the Anfield faithful are desperate to see the Premier League trophy in their bulging trophy cabinet.
But really, as much as it sounds like a cliché by this point, this season really could be Liverpool’s year.
Currently, Jurgen Klopp’s Reds are sat at the top of the Premier League ahead of Man City, Tottenham and Chelsea. Sure, there’s still a whole lot to play for, but right now it’s Liverpool’s title to throw away.
How Liverpool manage the rest of the season is obviously key, and similarly so is how they manage the now-open January transfer window. A key January signing or two has so often been the difference between success and failure for teams throughout the whole football world. And so, if Liverpool can bring in the right some of personnel in January, that could well give them that extra boost that they’re looking for as they attempt to bring home their first championship title since 1990.
With all of that in mind then, here are 5 signings who could push Liverpool towards Premier League glory.
5) Moanes Dabour
With Liverpool a little short on attacking back-up right now, one name who has emerged as a potential January signing is Moanes Dabour.
Having bagged 20 goals in 30 outings for Red Ball Salzburg this season, the Israeli striker has well and truly put himself in the public eye. And not only that, but he is seemingly keen to put himself in the shop window.
If Italian outlet Tuttomercatwoeb is to be believed, the former Maccabi Tel Aviv and Grasshoppers player is eagerly trying to secure himself a move to Liverpool. The outlet is reporting that Dabour outright wants to move to Liverpool and wants to work under Jurgen Klopp.
Of course, each and every one of us could say we want to play for Liverpool, for Real Madrid, for Juventus, for Paris Saint-Germain, but it means nothing if the club has zero interest in the player in question.
Whether Liverpool have any genuine interest in Dabour remains to be seen, but the last couple of weeks have seen him regularly rumored as being a possible signing for the Reds, . And given his impressive form this season, he could well prove to be a useful addition should Salah, Firmino and Mane be in need of a rest.