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Liverpool set to change their summer transfer plans.

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Liverpool set to change their summer transfer plans.

With the transfer window set to witness a mass exodus of players within various clubs across European clubs, this is not likely to be the case with Jurgen Klopp’s side.

Reports are indicating that the Reds are set to concentrate on handing new contracts to their current roster of their players instead of seeking to add new players to the side.

This comes from the Express, with the publication alleging that Jurgen Klopp wishes to find answers within his current team as it is for the next campaign.


It’s a bit of an unusual resolution to jump to, especially given that Jurgen Klopp is said to be keen on bringing a new forward into the mix, not to name the gaping opening in the squad left by Gini Wijnaldum’s exit.

With Liverpool having also fortunately achieved Champions League qualification, the demands on the team next season mean that new signings have to be granted an absolute priority.

The reality of the situation is that the team is currently inundated with some of the injury-prone midfielders – who will be out at some point this coming campaign.

Not to mention they would be accepting putting a lot of pressure on their main front-three, with only Diogo Jota and likely a few younger faces to offer rotation chances for the likes of Mo Salah and co.

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