Carragher thinks Klopp should strengthen his bench this summer

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Jamie Carragher told Liverpool Echo that he thinks his former side should sign several players to improve their squad depth.

Liverpool ammased 97 points this season
Liverpool ammased 97 points this season

The Reds enjoyed their best season in terms of points by accumulating 97 in 38 games and fell just fell short of an end to Man City.

And former Red’s defender Carragher has shared his thoughts on what Klopp needs in the transfer market.

He told the Echo: “I think we could do with a defender, a full-back who can play both right-back and left-back.

“We need another attacker on the level of the front three. Not a centre forward. People are saying we need a striker, but I don’t believe that.

“Another [Sadio] Mane type, maybe a bit younger and up and coming. We don’t need a striker because Mane and [Mohamed] Salah can play up front, and [Roberto] Firmino is first choice.”

While Jurgen Klopp’s starting XI is nearly perfect but his bench strength needs to be bolstered this summer.

Carragher said Liverpool have to rely on Divock Origi for inspiration which as one we saw against Barcelona in the Champions League at the Anfield.

The Belgian may have scored some important goals this season, but he’s not as good as Leroy Sane is.

With Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita fully fit before the next season certainly sees Liverpool will have better midfield options from the bench.

He says Klopp’s track record in the transfer market has been very impressive and suggested that he will be looking to add quality players to his squad this summer.

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