A lot has been said and written on Liverpool’s stuttering league campaign so far. The same points have been regurgitated everywhere, so it’s better to eschew it and cut to the chase.
It is easy to comment and speculation on Liverpool transfer, who the club should sign, five players that could change situation and all that from distance, but one can hardly get a clear picture of how the club’s hierarchy are planning to approach the market. Until any deal gets official, we can only chose or not to give credence to we what we read or hear.
Coming to the story, Palermo could be looking to do business with Premier League giants Liverpool for the sensational forward Paulo Dybala, who has a market value of €42m and is a reported target of Arsenal as well.
There is a growing feeling in the Italian press that Mario Balotelli could be sold by Liverpool next summer, following his disastrous campaign for the Merseyside giants, where he has yet to open his account in the Premier League.
In such a scenario, Liverpool, who have other pressing needs to focus on, may be looking to add a new striker to their ranks, and Dybala could be that player.
The big question still remains: Is he really worth €42m?