Former Red Robbie Keane: 'I’d love to play in their front three, I’d fit in perfect!'
- Robbie insists Liverpool chances to win the silverware have never been so high
- The former Liverpool striker believes he would suit Klopp's style, comparing himself to Firmino
“For me, this season is the most realistic chance Liverpool have had of winning the title for a long while. Anybody finishing above Liverpool this year are doing well,” he said. “[They] are very good to watch. I did their game against Spurs on the weekend for TV and I thought they were brilliant.
“The way they controlled the game, the way they attacked in numbers, the speed of their play when they countered was brilliant. And, of course, defensively they looked absolutely solid, with the signing of Van Dijk and the two young lads coming in.
“I’d love to play in their front three, I’d fit in perfect! The way the Firmino plays is very similar to my game. I like to drop off, in that number ten role, and if you’ve got two players who are that quick to play in on either side of you, it’s a striker’s dream.
“The problem that other teams have is that, already when you play against them, you’re on the back foot straight away, because of how quick they are and how direct they are when they’re getting in behind with balls in-between the lines.
“We’ve seen it against top teams this week in Tottenham and PSG, they couldn’t deal with it. They create so many chances, they’re a horrible team to play against.”