Dirk Kuyt Would Welcome Luis Suarez’s Arrival At Liverpool

Posted by admin on Sunday, 23 January 2011

Dutchman also pledges his future to the club.
Liverpool midfielder Dirk Kuyt has revealed that he would welcome Luis Suarez's arrival from Ajax with open arms, whilst claiming that the side desperately need a new attacking prospect in order to climb the back up the ranks.

Kuyt knows that Suarez is one of the club’s key prospects for the winter transfer window, especially as newly installed manager Kenny Dalglish looks to add to the Reds attack.

“In our attack we really need a quality injection. Only then can I see us climbing up again,” said Kuyt according to the Mirror.

“We don’t have enough power and options up front right now.”

The Dutchman also revealed that the squad have responded well to the arrival of Dalglish and Steve Clarke, with training sessions resembling those found in Dutch football, but admitted that skipper Steven Gerrard and goalscorer Fernando Torres are core to their plans.

“It comes close to the Dutch style. ­Playing with early pressure on the opponents and a passing game with the ball low on the ground. Not all those long balls anymore.

“Dalglish and Clarke have this ­vision: if you have Torres and Gerrard in the team, we will be stronger against 80 per cent of the ­opponents when we put the ­pressure on them in their own half.”