Transfer news: Liverpool - January transfer targets
We take a look at the players who have been linked with a move to Anfield next month
Wednesday 18 December 2013
Liverpool have shocked many with their impressive start to the season that sees them actually in the contest for the Champions League places.
However, if they want to secure fourth place - or perhaps (in the minds of their more optimistic fans) the title - then a few more decent reinforcements are needed in January.
Certainly their very successful strikeforce may at some point need some support to help take the strain, while Steven Gerrard is not getting any younger and consequently the midfield could do with some new faces.
You can see some of the players who have been linked in the press and online with a switch to Anfield in the gallery below...
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