The 3 Players, Including A Club Stalwart, That Liverpool Must Sell In The Summer To Boost The Transfer Coffers
Liverpool have enjoyed a remarkable season regardless of how it ends with progress under Jurgen Klopp continuing to be made.
Since the German arrived at the club in 2015, the transformation in the Liverpool squad has been nothing short of miraculous with the Anfield side now widely considered one of the very best in world football.
The front three remain potent for the bespectacled manager but it is at the other end of the pitch where the biggest strides have been made with signings like Alisson, Andy Robertson and Virgil Van Dijk worth their weight in gold.
The Reds must not rest on their laurels though with this summer likely to be crucial once again as they look to keep pace with Man City, who are unlikely to be weakening any time soon.
Klopp will surely be eager to freshen up the squad with one or two new faces but not before a number of players have left through the other door. It will be a big decision deciding which players can be expended but these three are the first ones on the list as the former Dortmund gaffer looks to boost his transfer coffers...
The Belgian forward has show glimpses of his talent during a near five year spell at Anfield but the time has now come for Liverpool to cash in on a player who flatters to deceive all too often. A number of loan spells have failed to do the trick and while he has made an impact on occasions this term under Klopp, Origi ultimately has failed to prove himself good enough and may attract a decent transfer fee come the summer.
Another player who ha endured a roller-coaster career at Liverpool since arriving at Anfield back in the summer of 2014 under Brendan Rodgers. The Croatian has been a loyal servant during that period but injuries are becoming an increasing problem for a player who has played in a World Cup Final and it could be time for him to make a move for a fresh start. Joe Gomez and Joel Matip are clearly ahead of the former Southampton defender in the pecking order and at 29, a parting of the ways could suit all parties.
Like Lovren, Lallana is a former Southampton player who has enjoyed a long career at Liverpool but injuries have hindered his progress over the last 18 months. A huge talent on the ball, the England man is approaching 31 and will surely be looking for regular football at this stage of his playing career, something he is unlikely to get at Anfield. A popular player but an expendable one this summer.