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EPL: 2 Potential English Signings Liverpool Will Sign Revealed

Amuda Segun



Liverpool have had the season of their lives in the Premier League this term after their sensational form which has seen them drop just two points all season.

The Reds have played 25 games for a maximum of 75 points and they have been able to record 73 points.

The only draw came during the Week 9 trip to arch-rivals Manchester United which ended in a 1-1 draw. England international Adam Lallana scored in the last five minutes as a second-half substitute to rescue a point for the Reds.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has been able to improve the young players at his disposal from the likes of Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez, Curtis Jones and many more.

Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joe Gomez are candidates for the Player of the Year Award especially the former who has scored two goals in the Premier League.

The England international right-back has provided 11 assists in the league this season.

On his part, Curtis Jones has shone in the FA Cup mostly. The Liverpool Academy graduate scored the only goal of the game as the Reds saw off Merseyside giants Everton in the third round of the competition.

He went on to captain Liverpool for the first time during the FA Cup fourth round replay against Shrewbury of English League One. The Reds beat their lower league opponents 1-0 at home.

Klopp and Liverpool are already eyeing some English talents as follows:

1. Max Aarons

Norwich City right-back Max Aarons has been a shining light in a team at the bottom of the Premier League and his quality has attracted the interest of league leaders, Liverpool. He has the opportunity to show Liverpool his quality when his team welcome them in their next league game at Carrow Road later this week.

2. James Maddison

The Leicester City midfielder has previously been linked with the Reds.

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