As we edge closer to the January transfer window, the transfer speculation is starting to pick up and you can be sure Liverpool are going to be linked with a whole host of players for the January window. Whether Kenny Dalglish will buy anyone, it waits to be seen.
But if Liverpool are going to go shopping in January, one position which we may look at strengthening is the right side of our midfield with a pacey winger. We currently have Stewart Downing playing on the left side of our midfield although he can also operate down the right but we need another player with pace in my opinion.
Jordan Henderson and Dirk Kuyt have been filling in on the right but neither of them has the blistering pace that we could need to unlock the opposition. One player who has that pace and is being linked with a move to Liverpool is Swansea’s Nathan Dyer.
Dyer has done very well so far this season in the Premier League with Swansea and has given some quality full backs a tough time. With Dyer still only being 23-years-old and being English, he would fit perfectly into the clubs recruitment policy of buying the best young British talent out there.
But is Dyer good enough for Liverpool? Is he the kind of player we should be looking at signing if we are to bring in a new wide man?