Harry Kane is the closet thing to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in terms of finding the back of the net consistently so why is Liverpool not interested in him nor even made an attempt to sign him?
The questions are frustrating to think about but they’re three or probable four reasons why Liverpool can’t sign him. The first reason is down to the high expectation a player of that magnitude will bring to the club.
Kane isn’t just world class goal scorer, he is excellent in creating goal scoring chances for his teammates. He provides assists as much as he scores the goals.
The only reason he is not winning trophies every season is because he playing with shit players.
If Kane manages to sign for Liverpool, the Reds will have two of the Premier League’s best goal scorers in the club and everyone will expect them to win everything but the problem is that they don’t have the manager to achieve that fate.
Jurgen Klopp is not Pep Guardiola, he can’t deliver consistent trophies like the Spaniard. Guardiola is a monster when it comes to dominating domestic league and cup trophies.
Klopp meanwhile has his limitation and that is why he prioritize either the Premier League or the Champions League trophy. So Kane’s signing won’t really make sense when Liverpool don’t have the manager to win it all.
Liverpool won’t sign Kane either because the club owners aren’t as ambitious as the owners of Manchester City, PSG or Manchester United. They won’t splash £100m on signing a striker who is arguably the finest in the Premier League.
Instead, Liverpool will sign a 20 or 21-year-old striker from Southampton for £10m or £15m and hope he becomes the next Harry Kane.
Liverpool won’t also sign Kane cause the club still believes in Roberto Firmino. The Brazilian striker might be average but he has formed a brilliant partnership with Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane. That relationship has kept the club stable even though it clear they need a change.
To top it all up, Liverpool won’t sign Kane cause they already have Mohamed Salah to cover up the deficits of Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino. Salah is capable of scoring 40 to 50 goals a season so why bring Kane?
Least to forget, Mane is a brilliant forward but he works best if there’s something to play for. The only average player Liverpool have in their forward line is Roberto Firmino who frankly needs to be replaced.