Montenegro v Norway | A very important game for the future of Liverpool

Montenegro v Norway, 7.45PM tonight, be there or be square. But why is this match so important to Liverpool FC's future you ask? A very good looking question. The answer, Erling Haaland.

And why is the 20 year old Norwegian potentially so vital? He's being touted as Mane, Salah or Firmino's replacement.

Of course now I've said all of that he probably won't play tonight and we probably won't sign him but just in case, let's have a look at his stats and see if he's any good.

Actually, unlike our last 'future of Liverpool' article which was about possible Gini replacement, Piotr Zielinski, we don't really need to question whether Haaland is any good as we know he is.

However is he good enough or even the sort of player we require at all?

I shall make no bones about this, the weather's rather splendiferous today - set to break records for the hottest warmest day in March and after our national lockdown was eased yesterday, I plan to go and have a damn good mince along the sea front.

This article then will be short, sweet and to the point. We all know who Haaland is - a £100m striker who's scored 33 goals for Dortmund this season - and we all know that he was born in Leeds, which makes him Norwegian.

BUT, do we think Klopp would overhaul our system to fit him in as the guaranteed starter he'd surely demand to be, that FSG would sanction such a large amount on a single signing (plus associated wages) and most important of all, does he get the fan seal of approval?

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