Liverpool seem to have contracted well into the transfer window – although a 7-2 defeat to Aston Villa on Sunday could make them contemplate some boosters on the final day.
After winning the Premier League title last season, it was widely believed that Jurgen Klopp’s team only needed to change before the new season.
Midfielder Thiago Alcantara appears ready to prove his dexterous signature on a deal that could go as high as 27 million pounds, while Diogo Guetta of 40 million pounds has been chosen as the man who will support the Reds’ fearsome front three.
The Reds champions have also addressed another area of need by hiring left-back Costas Tsimikas, worth £ 11.75m, as a substitute for Andy Robertson.
However, Liverpool global goalkeeper Allison is expected to be out for some time with a shoulder injury, and Klopp may wonder if he has enough of a deputy following Adrian’s mistakes in the surprise defeat to Villa.
The Reds may also need to bring in another forward if Divock leaves Origi, while he is out of the filter Barcelona The wing was linked to Osman Dembele.
Otherwise, it is mainly an expense Liverpool On the day of the transfer deadline, many players need to move forward with limited opportunities to break into the title-winning team.
Striker Ryan Brewster has already been sold to Sheffield United for £ 23m, and more players could be offloaded by raising £ 60m.
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Liverpool was linked to Othman Dembele earlier in the transfer window, and speculation resurfaced with the limited opportunities for the winger in the first team in Barcelona.
The 23-year-old is believed to have been on Manchester United’s radar as a substitute for Jadon Sancho, but the move seems unlikely with Edinson Cavani on his way to Old Trafford.
That would open the door to a substitution at Anfield for £ 60m from Dembele – although it is doubtful whether Liverpool need it since they have Gota, Origi and Takumi Minamota as backers for the front three.
If Origi leaves, Liverpool will need a new striker, although the Belgian striker’s exit at the last minute is unlikely.
Xherdan Shaqiri has competed in one game for the Reds so far this season, in their 7-2 victory over Lincoln City in the Carabao Cup.
The Swiss international played only eight times in all competitions last season as Liverpool ended a 30-year wait for the title.
Seville and Lazio were linked with moves by Shakiri, who was further marginalized by the inclusion of Diogo Jota at Anfield.
Groich has spent the last two seasons on loan at Hertha Berlin, but has starred in Liverpool’s recent Carabao Cup confrontations against Lincoln and Arsenal.
But the midfielder is considered a redundant and could transfer to another club in the Premier League before the window closes West Ham And the Southampton After he was credited with £ 20 million from the 24-year-old.
Wells winger Harry Wilson impressed during his loan spells BournemouthDerby and Hull City – but his way to Liverpool’s first team was blocked by Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah.
However, Liverpool may have to drop the asking price in order to move it before the 11pm transfer deadline.
Left-back Yasser Al Arousi is another interesting Liverpool player for Leeds, who would prefer to sign him on the day of the transfer deadline.
El Arouchy has one year left on his contract and wants to move, with Robertson and Tsimikas ahead of him in Anfield.
The 19-year-old is a goal for many clubs, although Liverpool would prefer to sell him to an English team.
Nat Phillips, Sepp van den Berg, and Ben Woodburn
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Liverpool’s title defense got off to a shaky start as they scored seven exciting goals against Leeds.
Regarding the transfers, the Reds completed the signing of Thiago Alcantara and Diogo Jota arrived from Wolverhampton as well, in a surprise deal valued at £ 45 million.
Young Ki-Jana Hoever is set to head to Wolves for a £ 10m deal, while Gini Wijnaldum continues to be linked with Barcelona. There is a lot to follow.
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Midfielders Nat Phillips and Sepp van den Berg as well as striker Ben Woodburn are also available for the moves, as Liverpool hope to raise around 60 million pounds for reinforcements in the future.