NEWS UPDATE!!! Liverpool must begin Stamford Bridge plan; £120m double transfer secure as Klopp promise fulfilled

Dominik Szoboszlai and Alexis MacAllister aren’t the only players Liverpool is looking to add to the squad; Jurgen Klopp made it very clear that they’ll keep looking for more in the transfer market. 

“It will occur. In a rare appearance on the club’s podcast, the German assured supporters, “We will have a good team.

The remaining concern is how the team will specifically try to replace both Fabinho and Jordan Henderson this summer while also making sure the backline is taken care of.

That presents a more challenging problem for Liverpool to overcome, particularly in light of the fact that good left-footed center-halves are currently as difficult to find as specialized No. 6s, and forget about finding either for a reasonable price.

We’ll have to wait and see if there is now enough money in the budget for us to both sign a new center-half and effectively replace the gap that will be created by the approaching exits of our two senior players.

In light of this, the club’s most likely plan of action will be to sign two new midfielders to fill the void.

Romeo Lavia, valued at £50 million, is the clear favorite to don the illustrious red jersey this summer, with Betfair (as reported by the Liverpool Echo) ranking us as heavy favorites over Newcastle United, Arsenal, and Chelsea.

We do have some concerns about Liverpool signing another 19-year-old to replace Fabinho in the centre of the field, despite how great he may be.

In light of this, we wouldn’t be at all shocked to see Jorg Schmadtke and company bring in a second, more experienced alternative to rebuild confidence in the midfield.

The names Florentino Luis, Cheick Doucoure, and Palhinha have all been mentioned as possible transfer candidates, with the Crystal Palace player appearing to be the most likely at this time when the estimated asking price is taken into account.

If we were unable to reduce either of the two asking amounts put up, it would leave Liverpool with a mouthwatering £120 million bill to pay this summer to restock their midfield.

Of course, it’s important to consider the £52 million we stand to gain from the departures of Henderson and Fabinho, which would at the very least put more than a dent in that sum.

Prior to our first Premier League match at Stamford Bridge on August 13, we would have a pretty well-stocked midfield and completely changed the department’s age profile.



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