Nathaniel Clyne showcases clinical finishing in trick shot challenge

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Jurgen Klopp has had to deal with a shortage of strikers since he took charge of Liverpool.

Danny Ings is out for the season while Daniel Sturridge continues to struggle with a knee problem. Christian Benteke has returned and did the business against Southampton, but he too has a history with injuries.

The Anfield club have struggled for goals since Klopp took charge with Divock Origi leading the line, and it is expected the Reds will pursue a striker at the first possible opportunity.


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However, it appears the Merseyside club have a clinical finisher within their ranks. They just haven't noticed it.

Nathaniel Clyne, taking part in a trick shot challenge, showcased incredible accuracy as he picked off targets with ease. (watch the video below)

The full-back was signed to bolster Liverpool's defence but on this form he could do a job for Klopp in a more advanced role.

Striking problems

Klopp will once again have to deal without Daniel Sturridge for the visit of Bournemouth in the Captial One Cup on Wednesday night.

The England international is yet to play for his German manager after he picked up a knee injury following a collision with Jordon Ibe in training.

It continues a horrendous 14 months period for the striker, who has been limited to 21 appearances in that time.

Benteke's return is a huge bonus for Klopp and he will be hoping the Belgian star can build on his goal in the 1-1 draw with Southampton.

Do Liverpool need a new striker in the January transfer window? If so, who would you like to see them sign? Have your say in the comments section below!

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