Roberto Firmino exit can be threatening to Liverpool's title bid next season


Liverpool have reportedly rejected a £19.5m bid from Juventus for star forward Firmino

The Brazil international is reportedly attracting interest from the Old Ladies. He's the player who's gradually falling down Jurgen Klopp's pecking order.

Hampered by repeated injury woes last season Roberto Firmino made 35 appearances,  coming as a substitute in most of the outings, the Brazilian still managed to add 11 goals to his name.

The summer transfer window has seen Liverpool recruit additional attacking players. Fabio Carvalho joined from Fulham while Darwin Nunez who's deemed a direct competition for Firmino joined for a big money move from Benfica.

Plenty of attacking options for Jurgen Klopp next season but the reality that new players are scrutinised in their debut season means mistakes of coming short of expectations from the freshers must be avoided.

After losing Sadio Mane to Bayern Munich, Liverpool are at the risk of crippling the momentum already established in their squad if they sell Firmino.

The Anfield club under Jurgen Klopp have moved from height to heights, winning major competitions in past five years. A mentality that has been built around important names like Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane,  among others.

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