DONE DEAL!!!: Roméo Lavia signed, Chelsea transfer U-turn – Liverpool squad in dream scenario for Jürgen Klopp

Liverpool has done two transfer deals so far this summer but Jürgen Klopp could yet perfect his squad even further ahead of the 2023/24 season kicking off vs Chelsea.

Although Liverpool has had a great start to its summer business, there may still be more to come. In a perfect world, Jürgen Klopp would bring in a center-back in advance in addition to another midfielder.


Although the urgent need to add a player to their roster in light of Thiago Alcântara and Jol Matip’s upcoming contract expirations can be questioned, sooner rather than later it will need to be done.

Because of this, if the appropriate candidate is available at the right price, Liverpool should consider filling each of those positions right away.

The midfield is under a little less stress now that Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai have been added. Thanks to those two, two thirds of Liverpool’s most important neighborhoods will immediately improve.

A more natural and long-term successor for Fabinho might turn out to be the 18-year-old Spanish prospect Stefan Bajeti.


But as long as the mix is appropriate, a team can never have too many talented players. Roméo Lavia, a wonderkid from Southampton, has garnered significant interest, as reported by The Telegraph.

According to that source, Thiago may need to be sold before any approach for the Belgian is made, albeit in a perfect world, Liverpool might have both before the former Bayern Munich and Barcelona star’s contract expires. A year of overlap wouldn’t be a problem.

The best-case scenario for the defense is that Chelsea would be willing to part with Levi Colwill. Football.London claims that Liverpool has repeatedly expressed interest in the defender, but Todd Boehly is emphatic that he won’t allow him go.

Colwill needs to be persuaded of his function at Stamford Bridge, but it is easy to see why Chelsea wants to keep him so badly despite the fact that it needs to raise money to pay for even more signings. Although a transfer may not be feasible, he would be a very good player to be looking at for Liverpool since he checks all the right boxes, including being left-footed and indigenous.

Levi Conwill and Saka

A player with a manageable release clause, such as Sporting’s Gonçalo Inácio, who could be purchased for $49 million (£38 million/€45 million), might be a more practical acquisition, but it is unclear which way Liverpool will turn.

Here is how the Liverpool team is now shaping up and where there is room for additional new players.

Alisson, Kelleher, and Adrián are the goalies.

Defenders: Konaté, Robertson, Gomez, Matip, Tsimikas, new addition, Konaté, Van Dijk

Szoboszlai, Fabinho, Mac Allister, Jones, Elliott, Henderson, Thiago, Bajeti, and the newest addition to the midfield (plus any young players who might play, like Bobby Clark)

Attacking players include Salah, Gakpo, Dz, Nez, and Jota, as well as any young players who will participate, including Ben Doak.

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