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Five signings that could give Jurgen Klopp the summer transfer window of his dreams at Liverpool



Five signings that could give Jurgen Klopp the summer transfer window of his dreams at Liverpool

The latest transfer news from Liverpool as ECHO looks at five signings that could give Jürgen Klopp his dream summer transfer window

With the summer transfer window still months away, Liverpool clearly already have their sights set on the things they hope to accomplish.

The Reds have already had their fair share of potential new signings months before the window even opens. Jürgen Klopp is likely to want several new arrivals in his squad after a disappointing season.

Liverpool have several players on the verge of leaving the club on a free transfer. One of them is Roberto Firmino, who is leaving Anfield after eight years. Elsewhere, there are players like James Milner, Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain all out of contract at the end of the season. It remains to be seen with absolute certainty whether any of them will sign an extension between now and the end of June.

As a result, the midfield is the part of the pitch where the majority of transfer rumors are concentrated. And it’s no secret that Jude Bellingham is an interesting player for Liverpool.

The Borussia Dortmund talent is currently one of the most sought-after players in all of Europe. The likes of Manchester City, Real Madrid and Manchester United have all been credited with being interested in the midfielder but he would undoubtedly be a dream signing for Klopp.

Another midfielder linked with Liverpool is Mason Mount. The Chelsea star is rumored to be a transfer player given his current contract situation in the summer.

With his contract expiring in 2024, Chelsea could look to sell him in the summer. Whether Liverpool would be an option for Mount himself or the London club is another matter. Barcelona star Gavi would also be a dream signing for Liverpool, albeit a difficult and unlikely one to cross the finish line. His contractual situation at the Camp Nou is uncertain as La Liga has reportedly canceled the extension that made him a first-team player in January.

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As a result, his previous contract with the youth team was due to expire this summer and he could theoretically leave as a free agent. There is a lot to fix with his situation but Liverpool would do well to keep an eye on one of Europe’s most talented young midfielders to become available on the cheap.

50 years of European glory of Liverpool

Liverpool is synonymous with European glory. Their exploits on land are legendary.

From Rome to Paris, Wembley to Istanbul, the Reds have written unforgettable chapters in a glittering record of victories in the UEFA Cup, European Cup and Champions League.

Their achievements are unsurpassed in British football.

The unique bond that exists between the club and its supporters is underlined time and time again through their heroic deeds. Name Inter Milan, Saint Etienne and Chelsea, and the images are vivid. There’s no place like Anfield on a big European night, with illustrious opponents stunned by the wall of noise that greets them.

It’s 50 years since Liverpool’s first European success and this special memento celebrates the Reds’ success, from that UEFA Cup win over Borussia Mönchengladbach in 1973 to victory over Tottenham in 2019 to crown them kings for the fifth time to go. from Europe

Napoli star Victor Osimhen has been one of the shape-makers in Europe this season with his performances in Serie A and the Champions League. He has also been linked with Manchester United in recent months.

If Napoli let Osimhen leave this summer, the transfer fee would be significant to say the least. This puts him in the category of ‘dream signings’ for Liverpool.

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