After a game against Newcastle, dominating everything, besides the key fact of scoring goals. Rodgers will probably look for a player to use in a partnership with Jamie Vardy, one who can operate in a more modern set up at King Power.
Most clubs now needs moveable forwards and push a flank higher in the field and hopefully get more options to score. It’s likely that that type of player will arrive at Leicester City in the summer.
Today the club have, besides Jamie Vardy, less moveable players with James Maddison, Demarai Gray and Harvey Barnes all struggling to both set up Vardy and also going into those positions that will trigger goals.
The name Daniel Sturridge turned up, a forward who can also operate on the flank. A player with an eye for goals but at the same time able to cover a wide role, higher in the field than we see Barnes, Albrighton and Gray.
This could be the key to Leicester City’s struggles to break down defenses in games having the possession and not really being able to break down teams inside the penalty box.
Other players in this category are, Divock Origi, also he being a fringe player at Liverpool, and also one who could be looking for a move elsewhere. Liverpool also struggles to give Adam Lallana game time, and he also could be in the picture.
So don’t be surprised if you see Brendan Rodgers “climbing the fences” at Anfield to try to get his hands on a number of players at the moment not given any or very little game time by Jurgen Klopp.