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Two Eliminated World Cup Players Who Are Good For Liverpool

Subair Adams

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The World Cup is getting more competitively day by day as the ‘Boys video are being separated from the ‘men’

Countries like Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Iran, Morocco, Tunisia, Costa Rica, Nigeria, Korea Republic , Australia and Iceland have all been eliminated from the tournament as they couldn’t make it past the group stages after the round of matches.

Let’s quickly give you the list of two players who would definitely bring more quality and improvement to the Reds overall display, should they move to the Merseyside club this summer.

Mat Ryan (Australia)

Liverpool are presently in search of a quality netminder, who would take over from Loris Karius as their first-choice goalkeeper in the upcoming season.

Loris Karius showed that he wasn’t mature enough to be between the sticks for the club during last season’s Champions League final against Real Madrid as he gave away two cheap goals.

Ryan Mat showed his quality for the Australian team as he made fine saves during their short spell in Russia. The Brighton and Hoves netminder could be the solution to Liverpool’s goalkeeping problems.

Hakim Ziyech (Morocco)

A top performer for the African side, who left it too late before putting up a fight to end a 2-2 draw against Spain in their last group games.

The 25-year-old offensive midfielder plays for Ajax but he is set to move elsewhere this summer ahead of next season.

Though the Moroccan is not a finished product yet, he possesses the qualities to make the best man to replace Phillippe Coutinho in the coming season.

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