Serbian striker Luka Jovic has once again come to the attention of Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp. Jovic is an old wish of the German, but it seems that now is the right moment for "The Reds" to make a concrete move for the footballer.
Klopp prefers Jovic for his ability to control the ball as well as his movement in tight spaces. Another reason is thought to be the average age of Liverpool. In all likelihood, the German coach is aware that his players are not the youngest players in Premier League. In the match against Manchester City, the starting lineup of "The Reds" had an average age of 28.8 years.
Seeing the very dynamic style of play that the team has adapted in recent years, if Liverpool wants to be competitive in the European arena, it is necessary to approach new players.
For Klopp, the center-forward position is of particular importance, as options are limited in this ward. Roberto Firmino and Diogo Jota have other profiles on the offensive line. The Brazilian is a more creative player with the freedom to move in different areas of the field, while the Portuguese is more direct, always looking for fast diagonals, to complete the action within the area.
No one from Liverpool's offensive ward can fight or dominate the aerial game to make a difference, against the opponents' central defenders. For this reason, Jovic is seen as the perfect alternative by the German coach.
Moreover, reports suggest that the Serbian striker also wants to leave Real Madrid. Space has been very limited for the player in Carlo Ancelotti's squad, and he is looking for a club where he can be more active. Although at Liverpool, Jovic will still have to fight for a starting position, he has all the skills and potential to become a starter in Jurgen Klopp's team.