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Lewandowski the best fit as Striker Search Begins

Liverpool may have enjoyed one of the most prolific front lines in world football but there is a clear need for reinforcements this summer. Divock Origi is already on his way and, if reports are to be believed, Sadio Mane is also looking for a new challenge.


Assuming Mohamed Salah stays at Anfield, that still leaves room for new faces. A number of players are being linked but one seems to stand out from the rest.


Klopp and Lewandowski Reunited?


After eight years with Bayern Munich, Robert Lewandowski is set to call time on his career in the Bundesliga. He may be approaching his 34th birthday but he remains prolific at the top level, and he will leave the Allianz Arena with a stunning record of 344 goals in 375 games.


Prior to joining Bayern, Lewandowski scored 103 goals in 187 games for Borussia Dortmund. During his time with BVB, the player was coached by Jurgen Klopp and that’s one of the reasons why Liverpool have emerged as a likely destination.


The Polish international striker was guarded about his future when interviewed at the Monaco Grand Prix. It’s suggested that he prefers Barcelona but Liverpool’s sudden, pressing need may have put them in pole position.


Lewandowski also stated that all would be revealed soon but is he the player that Liverpool need?


Targets for Next Season


It seems odd that a team that won two trophies would have ended their season in great disappointment. That’s the standard that Liverpool set themselves and it would have been a blow to have narrowly missed out on the Premier League title and the Champions League trophy.


Klopp will make the necessary changes to his squad and the Reds will be up among the favourites once again. In fact, they are second favourites for both the Premier League and the Champions League at this early stage.


Opening markets, as reported by the best betting sites associated with Arabianbetting.com, put Manchester City in front for both events with Liverpool close behind. There’s such a long way to go and plenty of scope for those odds to change but the same two sides are expected to go deep into both competitions once again.


Any updates to the figures will be published by Arabianbetting.com while visitors to the site can also access breaking news stories and general blog posts. It’s also possible to study bookmaker reviews and to get directly involved with the markets.


Each sportsbook mentioned on those pages will accept new players. Subject to eligibility and a secure sign up form, many will kick things off with a welcome promotion. Once that’s been used up, there is the potential to access other offers through the life of the account.


Other benefits to being a customer are likely to include a range of deposit and withdrawal methods, fast and friendly customer service plus the ability to bet via a mobile app.


It’s a useful site to follow for all football betting but would Liverpool’s chances be boosted by the arrival of Robert Lewandowksi?


Looking to the Future


While he remains one of the most prolific strikers in world football, Liverpool would be aware of Lewandowski’s limited shelf life. It may be true that Zlatan Ibrahimovic is still banging the goals in at the age of 40 but there aren’t too many like him. 


The Polish international can do a job but Jurgen Klopp will also have one eye on a longer-term future. A passing story linking Liverpool to Harry Kane has emerged but Spurs’ reported investment in their squad makes that seem unlikely.


Canadian international Jonathan David has less experience at the age of 22 but he’s had a promising season with Lille and has been impressive at international level where he has scored 20 goals in his first 30 senior games.


Uruguayan attacker Darwin Nunez is believed to be another target. The Benfica man is said to be attracting interest from Manchester United but could well be swayed towards Anfield with the promise of Champions League football.


It’s clearly going to be an important transfer window but, in terms of an incoming striker, is Robert Lewandowski the best fit for Liverpool next season?

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