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Liverpool Transfer Targets

Liverpool have been tremendous in the past couple of seasons. They were pipped by a point in the 18/19 season by Manchester City but overcame that disappointment by winning the UEFA Champions League a couple of weeks later, The following year saw them list the FIFA Club World Cup, the European Super Cup and then finally achieve their ultimate goal of winning the Premier League title – something they hadn’t done in 30 years.


Winning four trophies in 13 months is a serious feat but Liverpool will want to extend their trophy winning streak further. To do that they need to re-group over the summer and re-invest in the squad to allow them to continue to challenge and stay where they belong. Today we take a look at their potential summer targets now that the summer window is open and how achievable they are. Stay up to date here with all the latest gossips and updates.





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The Red’s main target that has been circulating the press seems to be that of Spanish midfield Thiago Alcantara of Bayern Munich. A box-to-box midfielder, known for his pinpoint passing and tricky direst dribbling, Thiago would be an excellent addition to the squad of Jurgen Klopp’s team. 29 years-old so coming to Liverpool in his prime, Thiago would add another element to the middle 3. Thiago’s odds to move to Merseyside have recently been as short as 4/7 and at a measly £30million; I think this is a deal Liverpool shouldn’t pass on.





Liverpool are also looking to strengthen at the back as well; with Norwich City recently relegated from the Premier League, some of their stars have become available at discount prices and Jamal Lewis is catching the eye of Jurgen Klopp. Bringing him in would provide competition for Andy Robertson at left back and with him being represented by the same agency, a deal looked like it could be struck, only for Norwich's £20m valuation to threaten the deal.


Lewis accepts he is happy to have a back-up role at the club but its desperate to sign – and at £15million it certainly would add depth to the already strong Liverpool squad.

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