Jurgen Klopp is excited by the Liverpool attacking quartet of Christian Benteke, Daniel Sturridge, Danny Ings and Divock Origi.
As reported by the Mirror, the German coach, who is set to replace Brendan Rodgers in the Anfield dugout imminently, is a fan of Benteke who completed a move to Merseyside in the summer transfer window.
In fact, the report goes on to reveal that Klopp considered replacing Robert Lewandowski with the Belgium international at Borussia Dortmund back in 2013.
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Lewandowski, of course, completed a move to Bayern Munich, but Klopp failed to secure the services of Benteke. One thing is for sure, Klopp will be handed the platform to work with Benteke at Anfield, so it may well prove a match made in heaven.
The trio of Sturridge, Ings and Origi could all have key roles to play under the guidance of the enigmatic coach this term.
Klopp must get the best out of Benteke and Sturridge sooner rather than later. The duo will be determined to form a partnership at Anfield and it could help the club climb the Premier League table.
There's no doubt about it, both strikers are good enough to produce the goods in England's elite division week in, week out, so Klopp must make it a priority to help them deliver.
The forwards at Liverpool all have potential but must now add consistency to their games in their pursuit of success under the new regime.
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