I think Christian Benteke could prove to be a great buy for Liverpool FC.
Benteke was the ninth-highest scorer in the Premier League last season with 13 goals, despite the injury which saw him miss out on the World Cup restricting him to just 26 starts.
The Belgian has come up against Liverpool on six occasions since making the switch to England, earning two wins and one draw. Incredibly, he has scored five goals against the Reds during those games.
The 24-year-old is already established on the international stage, having scored seven times in 24 appearances for the Belgium national team since making his bow against Bulgaria in May 2010.
Christian Benteke scores his first goal for Liverpool with a stunning volley against Swindon Town in a pre-season friendly:
Prior to joining Aston Villa, Benteke represented Standard Liege and Genk during the early stages of his career and also enjoyed loan spells with Kortrijk and Mechelen, all in his homeland.
After completing his move to Anfield, Benteke told Liverpoolfc.com:
“I’m very happy to be here and I would like to thank the owners, Ian [Ayre] and of course the manager for their massive effort to bring me here. It’s hard to show your emotion when you’ve just come from doing something [like this] but of course I am very happy.”
To read the full interview with Christian, click here.