Liverpool have been so dominant this season that it's hard to say where they could improve the team, but it's also easy to get stale if they don't change anything.
The center of the midfield has sometimes been missing and some depth could be useful. Therefore, a report from The Express that connects them to Inter Milan midfielder Marcelo Brozovic makes sense.
You cite a report from Libero that Liverpool has opened talks about signing the Croatian star, which could cost around £ 52m.
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This does not mean that a step is near since the report continues to say that Inter is trying to tie it to a new contract. Much could depend on how these talks go.
Brozovic can play anywhere in the middle of the field, but looks best in a holding role, and that's an area where Jürgen Klopp was missing at times.
You have a lot of players who can push and create in midfield, but sometimes it can be useful to have someone who is happy to sit and build a solid base for the rest of the team to build on.