Although Liverpool have been nothing but aggressive and relatively successful in their transfer pursuits this summer, one of their former players is not impressed.
Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson has put the Reds on blast and criticised manager Brendan Rodgers for not going after striker Radamel Falcao.
“[If I was Brendan Rodgers] I would have gone for Falcao. £7million on loan? I would have taken him,” Lawrenson said to Metro on his former club.
Falcao put on a disappointing performance in his 2014-15 campaign with Manchester United, which was on a loan deal.
The 29-year-old striker only scored four goals for the Red Devils despite making 29 appearances, and Man United declined to give him a permanent deal as a result.
Falcao is expected to join Chelsea on a loan deal, and manager Jose Mourinho will be a threat to help him realize his full potential once again.
Despite not taking a chance on the underachieving Colombian star, Liverpool will look to receive production from new signings such as James Milner and Danny Ings as they hope to put a disappointing sixth-place finish behind them.