The Players Likely To Leave Liverpool This Summer Revealed


Liverpool are one of the best-run clubs on the European football and it’s not a surprise that the Merseyside giants have recorded immense success on the pitch in recent months. With the club stable under manager Jurgen Klopp, the German is likely to make little changes to his playing personnel this summer ahead of next season.

Klopp and Liverpool ended their long wait for a title with the Champions League last summer as they were able to end seven years of anguish without a single title though the Premier League title is still elusive for them.

The UEFA Super Cup title followed the Champions League title in August before the club rounded off the year (2019) with the FIFA Club World Cup title in Qatar.

Liverpool are on course to finally end that long drought without the league title spanning over the last three decades after building a good lead in the Premier League. The Reds have 22 more points with 13 games left and 39 more points to fight for before the season ends.

The Reds need 17 more points and six wins to be certain of ending that 30-year league title drought.

Liverpool signed Takumi Minamino from Red Bull Salzburg in the Austrian Bundesliga last month in a £7.25m and one or two signings are expected to follow the Japanese international to Anfield this summer based on the players leaving the club. Let’s examine the Liverpool players likely to leave this summer.

1. Nathaniel Clyne

The England international has been a victim of long-term injuries on several occasions in the last three years and he could leave this summer on a free transfer after his Liverpool contract expires.

2. Adam Lallana

Another England international expected to leave Anfield this summer with the likes of Leicester City, Chelsea and Arsenal interested in signing him on a free transfer. His Reds contract expires in some months’ time.


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