Liverpool will pick up African goal machine

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Two of Liverpool's front trio players in the form of Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino limped tremendously with the goals in the just-concluded season, where Mohamed Salah was largely alone in scoring the goals match after match. That scenario, manager Jürgen Klopp will ensure, does not repeat itself in the coming season, and is therefore keen to strengthen the offensive this summer.

According to the media, Football Insider, the player Klopp and the rest of Liverpool's coaching staff are watching is allegedly Zambian Patson Daka, who has had a dazzling season at RB Salzburg in Austria's best football league. The African striker is just 22 years old, but still managed to net 34 times in his 42 appearances for RB Salzburg last season.

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Liverpool are really pushing for a better way to come out good next season with the chase of Zambian Patson Daka, who has had a dazzling season at RB Salzburg in Austria's best football league. The Zambian
striker is just 22 years old, but he found the back of the net 34 times in his 42 appearance for Salzburg,it will be a great addition to boast the front line of Liverpool with Sadio mane , Firmino ,Salah and Diego jota already there,having him too will give Klopp lot of options to go for come next football season

Though liverpool needs this Patson Daka but fore i thinkbit is not enough they still need quality defenders that can help to keep cleansheet. Since Van Djike has been on injury, Liverpool has been comceding goal. Likewise Patson will help the team in the goal scoring aspect. If you look at Firmino, you will observed that he has not been scoring although he do render assist alot to Mane and Salah yet they also need a striker who can score as well.
I think the idea of getting is not bad but they still need to look into what can be done to boost their defensive strenght.

He looks great but the last thing Liverpool need is another player out on International duty for the African cup.