Liverpool Football Club is set for a summer of significant change, as several players’ contracts are set to expire, and the club is looking to bring in new faces.
Roberto Firmino, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Naby Keita, James Milner, and goalkeeper Adrian are all out of contract, and Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, is determined to bring in new players. The club has formulated plans to get the targets they need on board as quickly as possible.
Mason Mount of Chelsea is a prime target, and Liverpool is also eyeing Alexis Mac Allister of Brighton, Ryan Gravenberch of Bayern Munich, and Matheus Nunes from Wolves. However, none of these targets will come cheap, and if the selling clubs inflate prices, Liverpool may have to switch targets.
Klopp is confident that the club will bring in the players they want and those who will help them, but they may have to pay a premium for them.
Liverpool’s recent revival has seen them win five straight games, but Klopp is not convinced that four more victories will carry his side into the Champions League places.
However, he does believe that this good run of form will show potential targets that Liverpool can recover to compete for top prizes next year.
In an ideal world, Klopp would like the bulk of the business done before the squad returns on July 8. Klopp is optimistic about the future and believes that Liverpool will be strong after a proper pre-season.