Liverpool finally showed some proof of the major transformation in the offense with a five goal bashing of Norwich City in their Saturday September 29th match at Carrow Road in the Barclays English Premier League.
However, there are still many things to tinker with and fix for the Reds going forward. Although Luis Suarez scored his second hat trick at the same ground in less than five months, he cannot hold the line at the Merseyside club alone.
The loan move of Andy Carroll to West Ham and the failure of Liverpool to sign an adequate replacement in the transfer window left the side with limited options going forward. The likes of Fabio Borini, Adam Morgan, and Samed Yesil are all not ready to be the permanent solution or partner of Luis Suarez.
Liverpool is believed highly likely to make a big move in the January market to add some additional firepower to the front line and ease the burden of Luis Suarez. According to the Daily Mirror on Sunday September 30th, that signing could potentially be Theo Walcott of Arsenal.
The continued failure of the London club to sign him to a new deal has cast much speculation on his current place at the Emirates Stadium. With Arsene Wenger refusing to play him from the opening whistle until a deal is done the frustrations are mounting for the young England international.
Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool are believed to be set to offer Walcott an out and out striking role as part of his tenure at Anfield if he were to join the club. That is a position he has wanted for some time at Arsenal, but his pace on the right side has made him a permanent winger to Wenger.
The rotational pass and move style of the new look Liverpool could even offer Walcott more opportunities on goal from the right and thus give him all the more reason to make a move if the price is right for all parties.