Newly appointed Anfield manager earmarks moves to improve attack.
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Incoming Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has earmarked moves for a trio of attacking talents as he looks to address the Merseyside club’s lack of effective options in the final third.
The Northern Irish manager has been told he will have a reduced transfer budget to that handed to Kenny Dalglish, who spent over £120m on new signings during the course of his 16 months in charge of the Anfield side.
Rodgers will reportedly look to raid the Liberty Stadium in pursuit of young adaptable attacker Scott Sinclair, a player the 39 year old boss knows well from his time in charge of the 23 year old during his time as youth team coach at Stamford Bridge and his reign as Swansea City boss.
Sinclair failed to break into the Chelsea first team and was sold to Swansea City in August 2010, one of Rodgers first signings for the club, and was instrumental in helping the Welsh side into the top tier netting 27 goals as they secured promotion via the play-offs.
The former England Under 21 international netted eight goals last term, playing in a wide attacking role, and figured in every Premier League match of the campaign and is clearly a player Rodgers values and could see as the type of direct attacking player who could offer Liverpool an alternative to what he currently has in his armoury.