Liverpool is looking to improve upon its 2011-12 season by making some offseason moves to strengthen the starting eleven.
Clint Dempsey may be their answer at midfield.
The 29-year-old American midfielder scored 23 goals in all competition play last season for Fulham, leading the team in scoring.
With Steven Gerrard returning from injury and Luis Suarez returning as the leading scorer with 11 goals last year, Dempsey's scoring ability would receive a warm welcome at Anfield.
As the Reds continue to pursue a coveted spot in the Champions League, they need to bolster their attack and add some big-time scoring threats, starting with their midfield presence.
There is absolutely no reason why the Reds cannot add a few key players this summer and emerge as one of the teams to beat in the Premier League for 2012-13.
Dempsey is getting older, but he is reaching the peak of his game and is constantly proving his worth as a top talent in European soccer.
If the Reds can pair a healthy Gerrard with Dempsey in their midfield next season, these two players alone should be able to provide an offensive boost that the team is so desperately in need of.
Sources have reported, via goal.com, that Charlie Adam could be dealt in a move to bring Dempsey to Anfield for the 2012-13 season.
Adam did not live up to expectations last season for the Reds, scoring just six goals in 27 appearance.
Liverpool is dedicated to putting a highly competitive team on the field and reclaiming a top spot in the Premier League as soon as possible.
Reds fans should remain hopeful that they'll see a rejuvenated Liverpool squad step on the pitch at Anfield next season.
Hopefully that new-look squad will feature the talented Clint Dempsey at midfield.