Liverpool to ditch eight players in £100m summer clear-out

Liverpool to ditch eight players in £100m summer clear-out

Liverpool to ditch eight players in £100m summer clear-out

"It is not allowed to think for one second it will be a little bit easier".

Liverpool lost their opening ICC tie against Dortmund 3-1 in Charlotte but face familiar opposition in their two remaining games as they square up against Manchester City and Manchester United in New Jersey and MI respectively.

Alisson, for his part, is not taking part in the Reds pre-season tour of North America, but the Brazilian is expected to feature when the club play their final friendlies before the start of the Premier League season when they take on Italian sides Napoli in Dublin and Torino at Anfield.

"All Liverpool fans hope they can put some pressure onto City".

Origi was a Brendan Rodgers signing and only found the net six times while on loan at Wolfsburg last season.

With the new signings complementing a squad that is already pretty good there will be several players who won't be needed next season and it will be imperative that Klopp offloads them before the campaign gets underway. 'In this moment he looks really good, to be honest.

Of course, Karius took another barracking from Liverpool fans, largely online, as the "not fit to wear the shirt" diatribe continued in perpetuity.

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Man City are coming back then; they are outstandingly strong. "It's a good moment and hopefully it will stay like that". And you need every player to be successful in a long season.

The Barcelona midfielder impressed thoroughly for Colombia in the World Cup this year and has been on the radar of many teams in the last few weeks. They were defensively solid and always looked to surge forward in order to assist the team in creating chances to score goals.

"They are favourites to win the Premier League and arguably now looking across Europe some of the big teams are anxious".

Aulas also lauded the reputation and size of Lyon, believing Fekir will struggle to find a club with Champions League football and the status of the Ligue 1 giants.

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge appears increasingly likely to remain at Anfield beyond the end of the summer transfer window after manager Jurgen Klopp suggested he can have a "decisive" impact.

"Liverpool have done some excellent business in the transfer window", he added.

Daniel Sturridge will be given a final chance to fight for his Liverpool future, as he enters the a year ago of his £120,000 a week contract.

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