The new players added to the squad of Liverpool is sure to change the outlook of the Reds squad and the team will be looking to build on their success of last season, ending in among first quartet of the League.
The Red shattered their transfer record to sign Mohamed Salah after a £39 million deal was brokered with Roma for his signature. He was joined by out-of favour Chelsea star Dominic Solanke and subsequently Hull City’s Andrew Robertson.
The aforementioned players have already hit the ground running as they have played in the pre-season games of the Reds. Among the new boys, Solanke may not necessarily slot into the first team, but he’s sure of getting play time at Anfield.
We take a swipe of how Liverpool could line up in the upcoming 2017/2018 Premier League season.
Simon Mignolet currently has no competitor in-between the sticks, he is will continue as the indisputable number one for Klopp.
Klopp plays with a back four and despite his attempt to sign Virgil Van Dijk, he’s been unable to bolster his centre-half. Lovren and Joel Matip built an understanding in the heart of defence of Liverpool last term. With the transfer market still very much open, Van Dijk is not training with the Saints and we understand that he could still end up at Anfield and he will partner Lovren.
Clyne will continue to play as the right wing back as first choice while the new boy Andrew Robertson will flank him on the left wing.
With three players expected to play from the middle of the pack, Can will be the anchor man in midfield for the Reds and in the place of injured Lallana, Milner is likely to return to his natural position along Can in midfield, and Coutinho will play ahead of him as the creative hub for the Reds.
Liverpool may have the most potent trio in the Premier League. Characterised with pace, skills, strength, Counter-press and goals, the Liverpool flanks will have Saido Mane on the left while new boy Salah will occupy his former position on the right.
With Sturridge record of injury, Firmino is sure to continue as the lead attack of the Reds.