Liverpool are advised to sign the Portuguese Midfielder who can help them win the league.


Liverpool are displaying wonderful performance this season. Jurgen Klopp and his side have lost just once so far this season. They are currently sitting at the 4th place in the points table. However, former Manchester United player and football pundit, Owen Hargreaves thinks that there is something that if worked upon, can help the Reds win the league. Liverpool are advised to sign Full ham defensive midfielder, Joao Palhinha.

Furthermore, Hargreaves thinks that a defensive midfielder is the missing piece of the puzzle to bring back the trophy to Anfield.

Liverpool have just defeated Nottingham Forest in their last match. The midfield is currently taken care of by Alexis Mac Allister, Dominik Szoboszlai and Ryan Gravenberch.

They will be playing Luton Town and Brentford ahead of their November clash with Manchester City. The defending champions too, are picking up pace and have just defeated Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Moreover, Jurgen Klopp’s side have adapted well after the loss of Jordan Henderson and Fabinho this summer. Mac Allister, playing in an unfamiliar position is still delivering match winning performances. Szoboszlai on the same scenario, is impressive as well. Not to mention, Ryan Gravenberch is adapting the team’s playing style and looks happy.

Liverpool are advised to sign Palhinha from Full Ham by Owen Hargreaves.

According to liverpoolecho

Former Man United man is of the opinion that Palhinha is that missing part of the puzzle that can complete the team.

” They need to sign Palhinha and they can win the league. He is that good.” – said Owen Hargreaves.

However, people are thinking that a younger player has to come so that he can last for a decade as well if trained accordingly.

Although Palhinha has been impressive since the last season. Reports are that he was even on the target list for the reigning Bundesliga champions, Bayern Munich.

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