Jamie Carragher who was a former player of Liverpool has now lifted the lid concerning the crisis which is currently facing his former club putting them in a very dangerous position as far as the chase of the premier league title this summer is tense.
This comes just after a few days when one of their bitter rival in this league harvested points from them in their Monday night clash which now makes them remain winless since the kick-off of the season.
The side of Ten Hag bagged their first victory against the Reds after two consecutive games without clinching points. Jordan Sancho netted a goal in the sixteenth minute of the game followed by Marcus Rashford who also scored the second goal making United ahead of Liverpool by 2-1.
During this game, the legend of Kopites identified the weakness of Liverpool, and now he has requested their manager to rectify that by signing players before the transfer window is closed.
While speaking on Sky Sports news he said that "Liverpool needs a midfield player, not in terms of the number of the squad or to beef it up, they need someone to go and play and Liverpool feels that is not available right now. I would stick with what Liverpool does where they don’t panic, and done things."
According to him the midfielders in the current dressing room of Klopp are aged and cannot play intense matches which united exposed to them. He is therefore requesting the German manager to sign a midfielder available in the transfer window before the deadline is reached.
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