Liverpool still need to replace Luis Suarez according to Jamie Redknapp.
The Reds lost the Uruguayan to Barcelona last summer and it showed this season that his absence was enormous with the team scoring just 52 Premier League goals as opposed to 101 last term.
And Redknapp is now calling for striker reinforcements in the next transfer window.
“When Liverpool lost Suarez – and look what he’s done at Barcelona – what they’ve done hasn’t surprised me. Daniel Sturridge has started seven games this year and that’s unfortunate for the manager,” he said on Sky Sports.
“They need a centre forward and they need to try to find somebody. The problem is, Chelsea are going to be in the market for a striker because they’ve lost Didier Drogba and Manchester United, if Robin van Persie and Radamel Falcao leave, they’re going to be looking for a striker.
“Everybody’s in the market. Thierry Henry’s don’t come around very often! These players that can make a real difference in the Premier League are hard to find.”