With Robert Lewandowski on the verge of joining Liverpool, the Reds may have found a solution to their Premier League woes.


With the transfer of Robert Lewandowski, Liverpool has a solution to their Premier League woes.

Liverpool’s Premier League title bid appears to be all but over, with Manchester City 11 points ahead.

Liverpool’s Premier League title bid has stalled in recent weeks, with the Reds now trailing Manchester City by 11 points.

Jurgen Klopp’s hopes of regaining the title appear to have been dashed after draws with Brighton, Tottenham, and Chelsea, as well as a defeat to Leicester.

While the Reds’ midfield woes have been well-publicized, particularly against Thomas Tuchel’s Blues, there has been another growing issue for the Anfield club.

That problem has manifested itself in front of goal, as evidenced by the defeat to Leicester City as well as the victories over Aston Villa and Wolves.

To claim that the division’s second-highest scorers have a goal-scoring problem may appear absurd.

But that is exactly the problem Klopp is trying to solve as he prepares to kickstart his team’s season for the final six months of the season.

For much of Klopp’s time in charge of Liverpool, he has used a deep-lying forward successfully.

This year, Diogo Jota has taken over that role from Roberto Firmino, and the Portugal international has performed admirably.

However, the lack of a focal point to lead the line resulted in a drop in attacking output against Villa, Wolves, and Leicester.

Apart from Mohamed Salah’s missed penalty, Liverpool dominated possession against Brendan Rodgers’ side.

Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski, who has expressed renewed interest in joining Liverpool, could be the answer to that problem.

Lewandowski is arguably Europe’s best striker, scoring 30 goals in just 25 games this season.

While he has thrived at Bayern, his time at the Allianz Arena may be coming to an end, as Sky Sports Germany reports that he is looking for a new challenge.

As a result, he is expected to try to force a move during the summer transfer window, with the Premier League being one of his preferred destinations.

Despite the fact that he does not fit the style of striker Klopp has employed at Liverpool, Lewandowski has previously worked with the German at Borussia Dortmund.

With his proven ability in front of goal, Lewandowski would undoubtedly solve Liverpool’s goal-scoring problems.

The 33-year-old also has title-winning experience as Dortmund’s manager.

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