Liverpool are fully fortified at the final third of the pitch ahead of next season as they have signed some classic strikers and attacking midfielders at the current transfer window.
Having spent hugely on players, the Reds boss Jurgen Klopp is reportedly set to sanction some players’ move away from Anfield Stadium before the close of the window.
It no longer news that the club’s second and third choice goalkeepers – Loris Karius and Simon Mignolet – are both tipped as the most likely senior players to leave the team.
Mignolet is getting attention from La Liga giants Barcelona and Turkish powerhouse Besiktas while Karius is being tracked by Bayer Leverkusen, that’s according to the Liverpool Echo.
Meanwhile, Danny Ings is the latest striker linked with a move out of Anfield as reports claim that the 26-year-old striker is Crystal Palace’s prime target.
The Eagles manager Roy Hodgson is hoping to add a new striker to his team before the end of the summer window later in the month.
Though the former Three Lions manager possesses deadly strikers in Wilfred Zaha and Christian Benteke, he is willing to capture the Liverpool star so as to supply more firepower to the team ahead of the upcoming season.
Ings is in the last year of his contract with the Merseyside club but he is set to move elsewhere after failing to break into Klopp’s starting lineup due to the understanding between the Reds strikers – Sadio Mane, Bobby Firmino and Mohamed Salah- throughout last season.