Gonzalo Higuain could save Liverpool's season

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The start of this season was worse than Liverpool fans could have ever imagined. In fact, it has been the club's poorest start to a campaign for 22 years.

With the defence looking more vulnerable than it did last season and scoring goals becoming a major issue, could out of favour Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain be the man to save the Liverpool's season?

Speculation is growing that that Napoli are looking to replace Higuain after reports emerging that the Argentinian is unhappy with life in Naples.

Liverpool are needing a marquee signing, and are needing extra fire power required in the team, to revive the poor start of the season which they've had.

The absence of Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge's goals means the Reds would need to add in January.

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With the current  strikers available for Liverpool, Rickie Lambert, Mario Balotelli and Fabio Borini only contributing one league goal this season combined, it would make sense to get a deal done for Higuain.

Liverpool are desperate to become regular in the top four and, with Higuain being established as someone who is a proven goalscorer, he would reinforce their prospects of doing so.

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