By Chris Wright
Newly-instated Liverpool messiah Kenny Dalglish has scheduled a meeting with the club’s American owners (including owner John Henry, who flew in from the States on Tuesday) later today, and the national press have had a field day ruminating over the fact that the Scot may use the opportunity to ask for a scheisse-load of cash to spend on a scheisse-load of players.
The Daily Mirror are leading the line, suggesting that Dalglish will plead with Henry for the funds to bring in a ‘midfield enforcer’, as well as £10 million-rated Southampton prodigy Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (though Arsenal are thought to be closest to tying up a deal for the 17-year-old) and a couple of ‘experienced forwards’ to be bought in during January.
And just who, pray tell, are these ‘experienced forwards’ of which you speak?
Well, the Mirror are readily