Liverpool news : The transfers that would give Liverpool a perfect summer window

Liverpool news :  The transfers that would give Liverpool a perfect summer window


 Liverpool are locked in a tight title race with Manchester City as the season enters its final stages  While thoughts among the playing staff will be fully concentrated on the domestic picture and challenging in the Champions League, Michael Edwards and others at the club will already be looking ahead to the summer  The next transfer window opens at midnight on Monday 1 July – and moves will already be ongoing behind the scenes    Where do Liverpool need to strengthen the squad? And who are potential targets to fill the gaps?  Three of our writers have played fantasy football and picked their ideal hat-trick of new recruits  Paul Gorst – ‘Zaha, De Ligt and Coutinho’  Wilfried Zaha  Liverpool can quite rightly boast one of the most fearsome attacking trios in world football in Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino  But scratching at the surface exposes a lack of real depth past those three. Xherdan Shaqiri is a class act – when motivated and on form – and Divock Origi has performed admirably at times, but Wilfried Zaha would be a step up in class  Arguably the Premier League’s best player outside the top six, the electric Ivory Coast wideman would give Klopp a perfect attacking reserve, even if he would cost a fair old fee  Matthijs De Ligt  The Ajax captain is one of the world’s best young players and bringing him to Anfield would further boost the Premier League’s best defence  The centre-back would compete with Joe Gomez, Dejan Lovren and Joel Matip to be Virgil van Dijk’s partner at the heart of the defence and the prospect of the two Dutch internationals dovetailing for both club and country must be a tantailising one for the 19-year-old De Ligt    Philippe Coutinho  Okay, okay, this one might be a bit far fetched, but after weighing up the pros and cons of Wolves’ Ruben Neves, I’ve plumped for old boy Coutinho  The Reds’ former No.10 remains a gifted playmaker capable of unlocking the most stubborn of backlines and in truth, Liverpool haven’t replaced him Since a move Nabil Fekir appears unlikely at this stage, why not Coutinho?  The Brazil international would surely be welcomed back, wouldn’t he?  Connor Dunn – ‘Chilwell, Werner and Coutinho’  Ben Chilwell  Liverpool have got an absolutely world-class left-back in Andy Robertson but beyond him in that position the Reds are lacking, particularly when you consider it looks as if Alberto Moreno will be leaving the club this summer  With that said a replacement left-back for when Robertson needs to be rested or cannot play – as we will see in the first-leg against Porto – will be vital  Who would be my shout here is Ben Chilwell from Leicester City. He’s strong, defensively sound and has good stamina to provide an outlet from the back while he could also be available this summer and has been linked with a move to Anfield and Manchester City in recent days  Timo Werner  Just as in needing a replacement at left-back Liverpool also need someone to replace the world-class players at the head of the field in Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino  This needs to be a player who is either an out and out striker or can operate across the front three positions and a name I’d love to see arriving at Anfield here is Timo Werner – and he is another who has been linked to the Reds repeatedly and for good reason  Werner looks ideal for a Jurgen Klopp set up as he is quick and direct while also having the ability to play across the front three    Philippe Coutinho  If the Brazilian magician is, as has regularly been touted this season, going to become available this summer then I’d take him back in a heartbeat  Everyone at the club knows about his sensational virtues and if the right price and deal comes up then this would be a dream scenario  He’d slot straight back into a midfield three, provide a creative and attacking threat from the engine room and is proven in the Premier League  Theo Squires – ‘Suarez, Sessegnon and Anderson’  Luis Suarez  The most talented player many of us have ever witnessed grace the Anfield turf, Suarez is a born winner He gets more from his team-mates just by his mere presence on the pitch. His future at Barcelona is uncertain, and while he might be 32, his eye for goal is as strong as ever  His work-rate would fit in perfectly with Klopp’s system and what an option to have alongside the regular front three He might not start every game but he’d be someone you can rely on to grab a game by the scruff of the neck whenever he takes to the pitch  You can’t help but wonder how much difference a player of his talent and experience would make in the current title race as Liverpool continue to battle it out with Manchester City  Ryan Sessegnon  With Alberto Moreno almost certain to leave Anfield in the summer, Jurgen Klopp will need another option at left-back to provide cover for Andy Robertson And with the German loving his versatile players, I’d go for Ryan Sessegnon.  Fulham are virtually guaranteed to be plying their trade in the Championship next season, so now is the time to move for one of English football’s most talented youngsters  Still only 18, he is capable of playing anywhere on the left flank but can also play on the right wing or upfront His performances in his maiden season in the Premier League have been respectable, and he’s only going to get better Imagine how he’d thrive under Klopp.    Felipe Anderson  Anderson has been one of the signings of the season and it would be a big surprise if West Ham manage to keep hold of him this summer While he predominantly plays out wide, cutting in from the left, he’s also capable of playing centrally and is such an exciting player to watch  He’d fit into Klopp’s system perfectly and fans would take to him immediately. He has eight goals and four assists to his name so far this season but isn’t afraid of contributing defensively either He’d take Liverpool’s squad depth to the next level and be a great option in the front three, competing with Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino  Plus, with just one Brazil cap to his name, he will be desperate for that to change Turning out alongside Firmino, Fabinho and Alisson, a move to Anfield could be perfect for him

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    Guntor Jack

    wifred zaha and japanese no.8 is good for liverpool. coz i saw japan again colombia match..i saw japan no.8 player he play like former barcelona inesita. hope klop can take this japanise no.8

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    Alfred Malam

    Philipe Coutinho come back home to Anfield man, you know you have no place at Barcelona, I know is your dream team but you don't fit in there.

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    Kieran Pugh

    Fuck coutinho he made his bed sleep in it we need to go out get centre back de lit possibly and a striker Werner

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    EITP Fitness Sports Centre

    Fam this would put Liverpool on a different playing dimension. Coutinho back,Zaha, Ryan Sessgnon, Deligt,Werner???Fuck everyone I will be satisfied absolutely fearless.

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    Kk Jj

    'Pool would be 2019-2020 in my opinion:
    Alisson
    Geronimo Rulli or Oscar Linnér (sweden young talent 22yo)
    Kaoimhin Kelleher (20yo)

    Unai Núñez (RB, Bilbao)

    Daniel James (RB-Deffensive midfielder Swansea 21yo)
    Van Dijk (CB)

    Kalidou Koulibaly (CB Napoli)
    Joe Gomez (CB-RB)
    Perr Schuurs (RB young talent Fortuna Sittard or Ajax? 19yo)
    Nathaniel Phillips (Young 'pool talent CB-RB)

    Reece Oxford (CB, West Ham)

    Andy Robertson (LB)
    Federico Dimarco (LB 21yo Parma)

    Arnold (Deffensice midfielder – at present he is RB from necessity)
    Wijnaldum (DMF)
    Ascacibar (DMF) or Fabinho (DMF)
    Rafael Camacho (DMF-RB 18yo)
    Henderson (Attacking midfielder)
    Harry Wilson (AMF 'Pool 21yo supertalent )
    Guus Til (AMF AZ Alkmaar 21yo) or Kai Havertz or Nicolo Barealla (AMF both)
    Oxlade (AMF) or Ryan Sessegnon (AMF)

    Salah
    Mané
    Firmino
    Brenner (Souza Da Silva 18 yo)
    Kasper Dolberg
    Malcolm
    Woodburn (19yo)
    Brewster (19 yo)

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    Robert Smalley

    This is a load of . Stick to The Redmen Chris and Paul . They know how to pronounce Mane and VVD.

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    Carl Whitby

    To be honest any palace player going Liverpool makes me physically sick but decent player would add to attacking drills + potentially could be true potential quality if so !

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    Glenn Ward

    Zaha would be a great signing when sturridge and others leave de ligt cb and another LB timo Werner would be another 1 to buy so we could change formations without much hassle

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    Glenn Ward

    And fekier that'd be 2 good RB 3 great CB & 2 good LB and sell a lot of the wasted squad members who are happy to just get paid without game time

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    DoesNotExist305

    Imagine the coup it would be if we manage to get Zaha, Werner, Sessegnon and De Ligt all in the same window.

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