Liverpool let go the likes of Christian Benteke and Mario Balotelli last summer and did not replace them. They must sign an out and out striker this summer.
Last season, the likes of Sturridge and Ings remained injury prone, Origi mostly found himself on the bench and Klopp opted to use Roberto Firmino, a natural attacking playmaker, as his main center forward.
The Reds may have signed Salah to reinforce their attacking midfield but they still lack depth in their strike-force.
According to German source SportsBild (press image provided below), the likes of Liverpool and Tottenham are interested in signing Croatian international and Hoffenheim center forward Andrej Kramaric.
The 26-year-old striker joined Leicester City back in 2015. In the first half of the 2015-16 season, he netted 4 goals in 20 appearances for the Foxes, who then loaned him out to Hoffenheim. The Bundesliga side opted to sign him on a permanent deal last summer.
In the last campaign, Andrej proved to be fantastic for the German club. He started 30 games in all competitions and directly contributed in no fewer than 26 goals (18 goals and 8 assists).
He has made 21 appearances for the senior Croatian team so far and scored 5 goals. In your opinion, is Kramaric good enough to improve Liverpool’s striking department?