If Liverpool completes two major deadline-day transfers, this is how they would line up.
Before the transfer deadline, Liverpool might make two last-minute moves.
Liverpool are expected to have a quiet summer transfer window, with sporting director Michael Edwards having the opportunity to finish his time at the club on a high note. The Reds are anticipated to approve a number of departures, with the possibility of bringing in a couple of new players.
The Premier League heavyweights’ inability to replace Georginio Wijnaldum – or, maybe, their decision not to do so – continues to be the main talking topic.
Liverpool let the midfielder leave at the end of his contract this summer, and they were expected to look for a successor on the market.
However, with just hours till the window closes, centre-back Ibrahima Konate remains their only acquisition of the window.
There’s still a chance they’ll make a late move, and they might also attempt to improve their top-end choices.
Liverpool could line up differently if two late transfers are completed, according to Express Sport.
Alisson will be Liverpool’s first choice for the next six years after signing a new contract this summer.
The Brazilian is one of the finest in the world at his job, and it appears doubtful that he will be replaced anytime soon.
Alisson is a pillar in Liverpool’s team and one of the best signings the Reds have made in recent years.
After an injury-plagued campaign last season, Liverpool finally have their full-strength defense back.
The Reds added Konate to their defensive options this summer, and the Frenchman is expected to play once he adjusts to life in England.
Yves Bissouma of Brighton has been linked with a move to Liverpool as a replacement for Wijnaldum.
The 25-year-old midfielder is highly regarded and is expected to leave the Amex in the near future.
Manchester United are also interested in signing the player, who would most likely play as one of the two midfielders in a 4-2-3-1 configuration if he joined.
Because there are so many possibilities, players like Fabinho and Jordan Henderson will be rotated.
Since his heroics at Euro 2020, Denmark international Mikel Damsgaard has been linked with a move away from Sampdoria, with Liverpool being rumoured to make an offer.
“Brinkwire Summary News” reports that Liverpool will lose Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah.