Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers must buy Swansea striker Wilfried Bony after Loic Remy’s move to Liverpool collapsed, according to Kop hero Jan Molby.
The Reds were all set to nail down Remy for a bargain price this summer, after the fee and wages were agreed.
However, his failure to pass a medical scuppered any potential deal and now Rodgers has been looking for an alternative, with Molby claiming Bony fits the bill.
And the former Denmark midﬁelder believes Rodgers shelling out £20million on the Ivory Coast hitman, 25, would be a good investment.
As quoted on the Daily Star, he said: “Liverpool will look at other targets and Bony would be a good option.
“I know Swansea are making noises about cashing in on Bony and I think he would be a very good buy with his physical and technical attributes.
“And scoring 25 goals in a struggling team is not to be sniffed at, not in your ﬁrst season at this level.
“He would probably cost around £20m but it would be well spent, particularly given Fabio Borini will exit for Sunderland for around £14m if all goes to plan.”