This summer’s transfer window will be extremely busy for Liverpool.
Klopp is continuing to evaluate his options as he looks to restructure his squad before the start of the new season. Some players will come to Anfield and some will leave.
But what will the Reds look like when the new season begins? Here, we take a look at the squads that Klopp and his players are most likely to work with next season:
Liverpool already have one of the best and most consistent goalkeepers in the world – Alisson. He’s No. 1 at Anfield and that’s not going to change.
Kelleher is a substitute for the Brazilian, who helped his team win the League Cup last season. However, he has hinted that he could be away in the near future in search of regular first-team game time. But at least at this stage, it looks like he will still be part of Liverpool’s squad for next season.
Furthermore, there is no indication that Adrian will leave Anfield.
This time last year, Liverpool’s defence looked exceptionally fragile and continued to regroup. Since then, though, Van Dijk, Matip and Joe Gomez have all fully recovered from their respective long-term injuries.
Liverpool don’t have a lot of work to do in this area of the pitch, given how well Knut has come on board and Tsimikas is starting to emerge as a reliable replacement for Robertson. However, this does not prevent Klopp from making a small change this summer.
Arnold’s replacement is still in the hunt, with Neko Williams likely to leave Anfield. Aberdeen’s young defender Calvin Ramsey has been locked in as a target for the Reds. The deal will likely be completed in the near future, and the transfer fee is not expected to exceed 6-8 million pounds.
This is arguably the most unpredictable part of the entire team. There are already several mainstays in the squad, such as Fabinho, Henderson and Thiago.
What about the others? Naby Keita was outstanding last season. Curtis Jones and Elliott have a bright future. Veteran Milner also successfully renewed his contract with the club for one year.
Oxlade-Chamberlain could leave and Klopp still has the chance to bring in a new midfielder before the transfer window closes. The recruiting team is currently evaluating targets, and while more of what they’re doing here may be looking to the future, let’s write down a cryptic name as an addition just in case.
This is the area where the club has changed the most this summer. Mane is a clear absentee as many expect Liverpool to reach a deal with Bayern as soon as possible, although both offers from the latter have been rejected.
Salah, Firmino, Jota and Luis Dias remain in the current squad. Origi left as a free agent and joined AC Milan, while Minamino is the target of several clubs including Monaco and Leeds United.
Benfica striker Darwin Nunes has completed a move to Liverpool, while the Reds have previously signed young Fabio Carvalho from Fulham.
With the four transfers we predict, Liverpool could spend more than £100m on signings this summer.And the result of this is
Liverpool’s first-team squad for the 2022-23 season:
Allison, Kelleher, Adrian/Arnold,Calvin RamseyKonat, Van Dijk, Matip, Joe Gomez, Robertson, Tsimikas/Fabinho, Henderson, Thiago, Naby Keita, Jones, Milner,？？？Elliott /Fabio CarvalhoSalah, Luis Dias, Jota, Firmino,Darwin-Nunez
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