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Van Dijk sends message to Liverpool owners FSG ahead of summer transfer window



Liverpool star Virgil van Dijk has sent a message to FSG ahead of the summer transfer window urging them to bring in a number of quality signings.

Speaking to The Athletic, the Dutch captain claimed the Reds need to sign excellent replacements for Roberto Firmino, Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and James Milner – all of whom are out of contract by the end of the season. season.

“Obviously the players will leave. It was announced. So if we want to be where we have been for five years, we need quality imports, especially when these players leave,” said Van Dijk.

“Everyone knows it’s going to be very difficult. It will be very difficult to find the right players, but the club must do their job in this case.

“We still have a lot of games ahead of us and we want to be in the Champions League. I think that will also help attract the best players in the world. Not always, but it will certainly help.

Van Dijk supports the summer makeover

When it comes to expressing an opinion about the club, Van Dijk seems to be the only Liverpool player willing to do so.

Here, too, he is absolutely perfect in his assessment. If the Reds cannot resolve their squad issues, they risk retaining their place as a fixture in the Champions League.

There are countless players week after week who are no longer good enough to start for a team expected to fight for the Premier League title.

One or two autograph sessions aren’t enough in the summer.
If Jurgen Klopp’s side are to get back to where they need to be, the squad needs a major overhaul.

Therefore, the coming period can make or break everything for Liverpool.


Jurgen Klopp’s text message leaked by FSG speaks volumes after Liverpool’s Champions League failure

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will have full support from owner FSG after the Reds were knocked out of the Champions League by Real Madrid.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp needs the full support of club owners Fenway Sports Group to rebuild his aging squad, which saw its limits exposed by Real Madrid on two legs in the League’s first knockout round. champions. The Reds were knocked out of the tournament on Wednesday night after failing to come back from a three-goal deficit at the Bernabeu. Karim Benzema’s winner of the night sent Real Madrid through to the quarter-finals at Anfield after last month’s 5-2 first leg win.

The result marked another low point in a hugely disappointing season for Liverpool, who are set to end the campaign without lifting a major trophy after being once again outclassed by their Spanish opponents in Europe. It seems clear that another costly rebuild could soon be on the cards at Anfield as it becomes increasingly clear that Liverpool are no longer the feared beast they were a few years ago and that many of their key players are bankrupt.

Sadio Mane’s loss to FC Bayern Munich in the summer coincided with Liverpool’s downturn this season, while Jordan Henderson, Fabinho and Virgil van Dijk have passed their prime in recent months as they enter the final stages of their respective teams. Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah have also struggled to impress consistently throughout the season, and that’s even before the large amount of deadwood in Liverpool’s squad is factored in.

The task of rebuilding a failed squad has been no stranger to Klopp since moving to Merseyside in 2015, when the Reds were racing downhill after reaching their collective peak and needed fresh faces to ensure their longevity. The scale of the task at hand was as clear then as it is now and Klopp previously revealed that FSG had gone out of their way to apologize via text message for the sad state of the squad at his arrangement.