Reds boss says quality needed to fill Gerrard void.
Liverpool have been linked with AS Roma playmaker Miralem Pjanic as a potential Steven Gerrard replacement as Brendan Rodgers calls for quality signings to fill the void left by their long-serving captain, CaughtOffside reports.
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The Reds are set to be in need of new additions in the middle of the park when Gerrard quits Anfield for LA Galaxy at the end of the season, and Rodgers wants the club to bring in new faces.
However, the Northern Irishman also called for others at the club to step up, saying: “There is no doubt Steven moving on leaves a void on and off the pitch but the club has to keep moving forward to bring in the best players we can to this wonderful football club.
“We need to replace that quality either through some of our young players getting an opportunity or our players stepping up to the mark but also by bringing in that quality.”
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