Liverpool must make one signing, according to Jamie Carragher, as Philippe Coutinho’s decision is supported.


Liverpool must make one signing, according to Jamie Carragher, as Philippe Coutinho’s decision is backed.

The African Cup of Nations and Covid issues have hampered Liverpool’s squad.

Jamie Carragher, a former Liverpool player, has expressed an opinion on which signing his former club should prioritize.

He also gave his opinion on Philippe Coutinho’s return to the Premier League with Aston Villa, following reports that the Reds were considering making a bid for the Brazilian.

Liverpool fans have had to wait a year, with a quiet summer expected to be followed by a lackluster January.

Despite the fact that Covid and the Africa Cup of Nations have stretched their squad, Jurgen Klopp does not appear to be interested in bringing in new players in the coming weeks.

A significant reshuffle is expected in the summer as the club’s star players begin to age.

Carragher sees a lot of money being done at that point, and he took to Twitter on Saturday to respond to questions about who the Reds should sign.

Jude Bellingham of Borussia Dortmund and England was chosen, though the 43-year-old admitted that a deal could only be done in the summer.

The 18-year-old is thriving in Germany, where he has established himself as a key member of Dortmund’s midfield under Marco Rose.

In 15 appearances, he has two goals and five assists, and his partnership with rampant striker Erling Haaland is one of the most exciting young partnerships in the world.

Bellingham has already earned ten caps for England’s senior team, despite the fact that his 19th birthday is still six months away, and he looks set to be a key player both now and in the future.

While Klopp has plenty of midfielders, the players themselves may be replaced in the summer, with James Milner reaching the end of his contract, Naby Keita failing to make an impact, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain pondering a move away.

Bellingham could start as a teenager as a result, though the Reds would reportedly have to pay more than £100 million to entice him away from Dortmund.

Coutinho, on the other hand, appears to have closed the book on his Liverpool career.

Barcelona’s stance was clear, according to reports, in that they wanted to find a new home for the Brazilian in January.

“News from the Brinkwire.”


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