It’s no surprise that Roberto Firmino is a wanted man.
The Brazilian is a jaw-droppingly effective footballer – someone who helps defensively and maximises the attacking potential of his team-mates at the same time.
He also weighs in with his fair share of goals and assists – netting 43 in the past two seasons and being involved in plenty of others for either Mo Salah or Sadio Mane – his two more prolific but not more important team-mates.
According to David Ornstein of the BBC, PSG manager Thomas Tuchel has made our no.9 a big target for this summer, but Liverpool will simply refuse to do business at any price.
Firmino’s importance to Jurgen Klopp is too great for the club to even consider a deal – and the only thing Michael Edwards and co. are concerned about transfer-wise is getting Bobby some suitable backup.
With Daniel Sturridge leaving, the Reds need another versatile attacker who can provide an adequate rotation option when our regular front-three are either injured or in need of a rest.