4. He has a lower goal ratio than Daniel Sturridge
Following on from point five, the Italian international saddled himself with a lower goals to minutes ratio last season, with a score of just 132. Comparing that to Sturridge’s 136, or even Suarez’s 138, and it makes for some very concerning reading. Surely the club would be better off saving their money and buying someone younger (yet more ready for first team action than Divock Origi) to provide cover for the England star.