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Players Liverpool Should Look to Sign in the 2022 Summer Transfer Window

World-renowned teams like Liverpool are responsible for inspiring several people and even influencing certain industries. This includes the casino industry, where football-based casino games such as those on Platin Casino in the UK  have been created to attract the huge football fanbase.

 

It is clear that football is important to many fans around the world, and therefore teams are constantly trying to improve themselves, gain a bigger fan base and ultimately win games and trophies. One major way teams improve season after season is by making the right call during transfer windows.

 

Liverpool are currently trying to complete what would be a historic quadruple. The Reds have a long history of success, including winning the English league title 19 times and the Champions League 6 times. The 1970’s and 80s’s were particularly dominant times for Liverpool and the club is hoping to replicate that success in the 2020’s.

 

To do that, they must continue to add quality to the squad, and we assess some of the players they should look to sign in the 2022 summer transfer window. 

 

Jude Bellingham

 

Jude Bellingham is one of the brightest English prospects in world football. The central midfielder currently plays for Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga and is one of the first names on the team sheet for the German club. Bellingham can play anywhere in central midfielder, perfectly capable of operating from box-to-box and that is an immediate tick in the box as far as Jurgen Klopp is concerned. Best playing in a midfield three, with two more defensively minded players, Bellingham receives the ball nicely between the lines, ready to hurt opponents.

 

Raphinha

 

Should Liverpool lose one of their wide attacking players this summer, Raphinha would be the perfect replacement. The Brazilian has excelled for Leeds United in the Premier League, even when the team has been struggling. Despite having the pace and shooting ability to create and score goals, Raphinha has proven he is not afraid to work hard for the team when required, a trait that will not have gone unnoticed by Klopp. Raphinha would fit in immediately at Liverpool considering his quality. 

 

Aurélien Tchouaméni

 

Aurélien Tchouaméni plays in midfield for Monaco in Ligue 1. The 22-year-old is expected to leave the Stade Louis II this summer and has already made his debut for the France national team. Tchouaméni is an athletic defensive midfield player and could compete with Fabinho for the job of protecting the Liverpool back four. Tchouaméni could give Klopp a new option in the midfield, to not overwork any players. Additionally, Tchouaméni also likes to drive forward with the ball, but is also great at intercepting plays, and tackling.

 

Darwin Nunez

 

There have been rumours linking Roberto Firmino with a move away from Anfield this summer and that could leave an opening for Darwin Nunez. The Uruguayan international striker plays for Benfica in Portugal and has had a tremendous 2021/22 campaign. Nunez has scored over 30 goals for Benfica and boasts the exciting combination of strength and pace. At 6 foot 2 inches, Nunez is a presence at the top end of the pitch and would offer Klopp something different to what he already has at his disposal.

 

Gleison Bremer

 

Liverpool have been linked with Torino centre back Gleison Bremer for several months. The Brazilian is expected to leave Turin this summer and has risen to stardom in Serie A this season. Gleison is close to the top of the rankings for both interceptions per game and clearances in Italy but is more than comfortable with the ball at his feet. The only issue regarding a potential move to Liverpool would be how Gleison fits into a back four and the options already available to Klopp in central defence.

 

Conclusion 

 

Regardless of the number of trophies won by Liverpool at the end of the 2021/22 campaign, there is always room for improvement. The most likely addition will come in midfield, but we could also see a new forward, should one of the existing players move away from Anfield. It is an exciting time to be a Liverpool fan and some of the world’s top talent could arrive in the summer.


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