Liverpool FC failed to make last day signing in the transfer window as they already experience striker crisis after they failed to make any replacement for English striker Andy Carroll.
Rodgers might already started thinking about the only option he has left on his side after he failed to make any replacement for Liverpool FC forward Andy Carroll who has been loaned out to West Ham United. In-spite of Liverpool being highly linked with loan move for Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge and permanent deal for former Fulham man Dempsey who chooses to set up his further career at Tottenham, LFC failed to import new faces as a striker. Although they have some youngsters like Adam Morgan who can prove themselves, Rodgers could not rely fully on them which leaves him with little options for making variations. The game Liverpool played so far this season already hints that they lack some clinical finishers. Since the transfer window has already close, they have just two options, either sign some free agents or wait till the January transfer window, the second one which they could not afford.
Here are a list of Free agents Liverpool FC might take consideration into.
Michael Owen: With previous experience at Anfield, Owen can still flourish back. The 32 years old English striker has been left free after Manchester United released him recently. Owen already scored 118 legue goals for Liverpool during his 8 long year at Anfield.
Emile Heskey: Another English striker who can be considered as he posses lots of experience in his career. Heskey is 34 years old England born striker who has previously played for Liverpool, Wigan and Aston Villa, where he was released from.
Alessandro Del Piero: The 37 years old Italian striker is still capable of converting some goals. He was the part of Fifa world cup 2006 when Italy won the world cup. He is a true football legend who can provide great value to Liverpool FC who are suffering striker crisis. He has already appeared 513 matches for Italian giant Juventus in 19 years netting 208 league goals.