As the transfer window draws to a close, the frequency and outrageousness of transfers keep on increasing. One move that has been doing the rounds for well over a year now is the mooted Anfield return of Tom Ince. However, the latest reports from BBC say that, he is set for talks with Hull & Sunderland and here are three reasons why Liverpool have made the right decision by not bringing in Ince for the second time around.
1. Better targets available
Liverpool’s attack does need strengthening, and they have been linked with many top class attacking talents. The likes of Xherdan Shaqiri, Yevhen Konoplyanka or Javier Pastore, the attacking players that have been linked with Liverpool in this window, are much better players with more experience than Tom Ince.
They have played at the highest level of European football and even though they might have failed to make a regular impact, in case of Pastore and Shaqiri, they’ll be better for that experience. Rubbing shoulders with some of the best players in the modern game will have only improved them as players, and they should be the sort of players Liverpool should be looking towards in a bid to improve squad quality and depth to make a sustained push for a Champions League spot.