LIVERPOOL — Liverpool are still trying to bring in new players who operate in the wing area. The Reds’ radar points to West Ham United winger Jarrod Bowen.
But the Red Merseyside camp is reluctant to rush. City rivals Everton will not make an offer in the nearest transfer market. They have a line of qualified ammunition on the front lines.
In December 2021, Bowen’s age has only touched 25. There is still a long way to go. He is the ideal successor to the Firmansah trio.
“Liverpool FC are starting to look for a new talented striker, considering that their three strikers, Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, are already around 29 or 30 years old,” thesportreview reported on Thursday (11/11).
Bowen impressed with the Hammers. Throughout the 2021 season, he has performed in 17 matches in various competitions. During that period he scored three goals, and made five assists.
A few days ago, West Ham gave Liverpool their first defeat. Reds coach Juergen Klopp watched Bowen in action up close. Overall the Irons game really bothered Klopp’s troops.
“We didn’t play the football we wanted. So yeah, it’s frustrating,” said the Kop right-back Alexander-Arnold.
According to him, the plan that they had drawn up did not go well. It’s not just Liverpool who are performing badly. On the other hand, West Ham showed real discipline on all fronts.
As a result, the competition at the top of the English Premier League is getting hotter. The Hammers moved up to third in the standings. With 23 points, David Moyes’ squad is one point ahead of the Reds in fourth.