Luis Suarez and Fernando Torres are set to return to Anfield for the upcoming charity game…
Two former Liverpool favourites – Luis Suarez and Fernando Torres – are set to return to Anfield for the upcoming charity game, where two teams, captained by Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher, will go head-to-head.
The duo will both feature alongside Reds captain Gerrard in a match that is also being regarded as the 34-year-old’s second testimonial, a final chance to celebrate his career ahead of his summer move to LA Galaxy.
Over the last decade, Gerrard has linked up brilliantly with a whole host of teammates, but none more notable that Suarez and Torres. However, where do they rank in our all-time list of Liverpool front-men?
Find out in the pages below…
10) John Toshack
The former Welsh international scored 96 goals in 246 games for the Reds between 1970 and 1978. He won nine major honours during his time with us, including three first division titles and the European Cup.
9) John Aldridge
Aldridge only spent two years at Liverpool, but bagged 50 goals in his 83 league appearances. The former Republic of Ireland star, who left us for Spain in 1989, won both the first division title and the FA Cup.
8) Kevin Keegan
The two-time World Player of the Year joined Liverpool in 1971, and while he arguably enjoyed his peak years during his time with Hamburg in Germany, he still scored an enviable 68 goals in 230 games for the Reds.