DONE DEAL! – Liverpool already signed two players for transfer rebuild as ‘next Jude Bellingham’ in sights
Liverpool may already have two options in place ahead of their summer rebuild, while the Reds may have the new Jude Bellingham already in their sights.
Liverpool’s dwindling hopes of securing Champions League football could well rest on tomorrow’s outing at Anfield as they prepare to host Arsenal.
Having returned from the international break last weekend, their fortunes have certainly not improved, with defeat to Manchester City and a lackluster draw at Chelsea leaving their chances of finishing in the Premier League’s top four hanging by a thread.
And it doesn’t get any easier as the league leaders make their way to Merseyside. Liverpool will have to rip the form book up if they’re to get the win their season so desperately needs at this point, with 10 games still to go.
It’s already looking pretty bleak for their hopes of European football next season — even the Europa League doesn’t look certain at this point — and attentions may already be drifting toward the summer transfer window.
A major rebuild is no doubt in the offing, and the subject has been addressed in two of our stories today, with a look at two of the options already in place, while a promising young prospect is also touted.
Two signings already central to rebuild
Anyone of a red persuasion is likely counting down the days until the summer transfer window opens, such has been the way this season has gone.
There will be plenty of work for Jürgen Klopp and Liverpool to do once they are given the go-ahead to start refreshing their squad. Jude Bellingham is of course the priority, but plenty more is needed besides the Borussia Dortmund superstar.
But while an overhaul of the squad is no doubt needed, Klopp may in fact already have a couple of pieces in place that could help him in turning things around, whether or not his side has Champions League football secured for next season.
Two players Liverpool brought to Anfield last summer in Fábio Carvalho and Calvin Ramsay could hold the key.
‘Next Bellingham’ already in sight
As already mentioned, Bellingham is the ultimate prize for Liverpool this summer. It certainly won’t be easy, and will take plenty of money and effort to fend off Manchester City and Real Madrid, but the England international is seen as the key to solving many of the Reds’ problems.
It’s easy to forget Bellingham is still just 19 years old, such is his reputation as one of the world’s leading midfielders. And it’s a credit to his first club, Birmingham City, that they’ve seemingly carried on the production line of top talents.
The latest being touted for the top is George Hall, who is already being spoken about as a target for Liverpool. At just 18, and with an inviting price tag to boot, the Reds could already be on the path to finding the next Bellingham