Since the departure of Rafael Benitez from Anfield, Liverpool have had concerns in their back line and have regularly conceded goals.
The likes of Hodgson, Dalglish and Rodgers failed to strengthen the defense and even current boss, Klopp, has so far failed to improve the situation.
Last summer, Jurgen signed a goalie in the form of Karius and two center halves in the form of Matip and Klavan, still the Merseysiders have been shocking at the back.
The former Borussia Dortmund boss needs to sign a new goalkeeper, a strong center half and a natural left back to reinforce the defensive department.
As far as the goalkeeping position is concerned, reports in Spain (Don Balon) suggest that Liverpool remain worried about the inconsistent form of their goalkeepers and are eyeing Costa Rican international and Real Madrid star Keylor Navas to solve the conundrum.
The 30-year-old star was named La Liga’s goalkeeper of the season with Levante for his top performances in the 2013-14 campaign (17 Clean Sheets).
This season, he has only kept 4 clean sheets in 23 league games and not even a single clean sheet in 9 Champions League outings for Real Madrid.
As per the provided Don Balon link, the Los Blancos are looking to sign David De Gea from Manchester United and his arrival will surely end Navas’ career at the Bernabeu.
Keylor’s current contract with the reigning European Champions will expire in 2020 and he is earning (Star) around £68,000-a-week (€80,000-a-week). In your opinion, is Navas good enough to finally solve Liverpool’s goalkeeping concerns?
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