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There are still three weeks left in the summer transfer market, and Liverpool supporters’ thirst for a new midfielder isn’t going away.
Despite the injuries to Thiago Alcantara, Curtis Jones, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, the Reds’ approach appears to be to wait until 2023 to reinforce their midfield
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Although Naby Keita should be able to play against Crystal Palace on Monday after recovering from sickness, Jurgen Klopp’s opinion that Liverpool already has enough midfield alternatives has not been shared by many of the club’s fans.
After all, even though three of his nine senior players are currently injured, the addition of Fabio Carvalho from Fulham increased his quota.
Since Borussia Dortmund won’t let the England international go until after the 2022 World Cup, the Reds’ choice to wait until next year has reinforced rumors that they want to recruit Jude Bellingham from the Bundesliga club.
However, the club’s cautious approach continues to alienate some of their supporters given the injury histories of several of their midfielders, the fact that James Milner, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, and Keita are all under contract for the following season, and that Jordan Henderson and Thiago Alcantara will join Liverpool vice-captain Milner in being comfortably past the age of 30.
“We have too many injuries, that’s true, but in the moment, nothing has changed,”
Klopp told reporters last Friday at his pre-match press conference ahead of the Reds’ Premier League season-opener against Fulham.
“A lot of unlucky situations… We cannot sort a problem we have for four weeks with a transfer for a full year.
“That makes, in the moment at least, no sense for us. But the transfer window is still open, so we will see. But the plan won’t go in that direction.”
Then, after seeing Thiago limp off against Fulham, he said: “We actually have enough (midfielders).
The problem is we are now punished for something that isn’t our responsibility. Things like this can happen.
“Nobody could imagine that Curtis gets the thing he gets. It’s nothing serious but he’s a young boy and he’s had a stress reaction and bodies are like this.
Naby is only ill and will definitely be back next week again. Oxlade (injury) happened early, and now Thiago. That’s not good.