Liverpool should shock the world with an ambitious January move for Sergio Ramos in a bid to deal with their defensive crisis that has seen Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez ruled out for most of the season.
What better way to end comparisons between van Dijk and Ramos than to arrange for them to play together?
The Real Madrid legend is free to leave the club at the end of the season and can talk to new clubs in January to arrange a Bosman transfer but Jurgen Klopp could sign him next month for a cut-price fee and put an end to Liverpool’s injury crisis.
Between van Dijk and Gomez suffering serious knee injuries and Joel Matip being made of glass, Liverpool are in serious need of a new centre back and while Ramos is prone to moments of madness, there’s no denying he is one of the best centre backs of all time.
Liverpool wouldn’t need to spend a fortune to sign him due to his contract ending at the end of the season and signing him could be rewarded in a big way if it results in the Reds winning the Premier League and even the Champions League.
As a club, the Reds have tasted European success on the biggest stage six times while Ramos has won the Champions League four times and so knows exactly what it takes to win Ol Big Ears.
It would be a win-win scenario for all involved. Liverpool would sign a world-class defender and put and end to their defensive injury crisis while Real Madrid would ensure they get a fee for the Spaniard before he leaves the club.