Three summer signings to get Liverpool back on track

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The upcoming summer transfer window could be a really exciting one for Liverpool supporters, with the club tipped to make a number of moves at the end of the season.

Roberto Firmino, Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Joel Matip could all need replacing as they continue to be linked with moves away from Anfield.

Here is a list of three summer signings that Jurgen Klopp could turn to as he looks to begin a new era on Merseyside:

Jude Bellingham:

It doesn’t take a genius to understand why the 19-year-old is at the centre of Liverpool’s transfer plans.

Bellingham has already made 125 appearances for Borussia Dortmund, becoming a star player in the Bundesliga.

His world-class performances for England at the Qatar World Cup last year have only increased his stock amongst the global market.

Bellingham became England’s second youngest World Cup goalscorer when he scored the opener in the Three Lions’ 6-2 victory against Iran on matchday one.

In England’s 3-0 win against Senegal in the last 16, the teenager assisted Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson, which was followed up by a very intense celebration.

The 19-year-old is predominantly used as a box-to-box midfielder, which the Reds have struggled for since the departure of Gini Wijnaldum back in 2020.

Liverpool’s midfield is desperately in need of some fresh legs and quality, with the likes of Fabinho and Jordan Henderson having awful seasons for the Reds.

Despite the hefty price tag of around £120million, Bellingham would be worth every penny and could prove to guide the Reds to numerous trophies over the next few years.

Evan Ndicka:

With Bellingham demanding such a huge transfer fee, Frankfurt defender Ndicka could prove to be an extremely smart option for Klopp.

The centre-back’s current contract is set to expire in June, meaning the youngster will be available on a free transfer.

With rumours circulating regarding a possible exit for Joel Matip in the summer, the 23-year-old could be a perfect option at the heart of defence.

Ndicka is also naturally left-footed, which many people have been suggesting that Liverpool are in desperate need of.

Josko Gvardiol is another left-footed defender that the Reds have been linked with but will likely cost upwards of £100million, making that deal a tougher one for the Reds.

Mason Mount:

The Chelsea midfielder has been heavily linked with a move to Anfield over recent months after contract talks with his current club broke down.

This has led to Mount being left out of the starting line-up over recent months and the chances of him leaving Stamford Bridge are constantly increasing.

If you look at Liverpool’s current midfield options, no player is in their ‘prime footballing years’.

Klopp’s current options range from the youth prospects of Harvey Elliott and Stefan Bajcetic to the ageing profiles of Thiago Alcantara and Jordan Henderson.

At 24-years-old, Mount could slot straight into Klopp’s midfield as well as providing support in the front three if needed.

Mount wouldn’t just add intensity and hard work into Klopp’s system, but also some much-needed quality between the midfield and offensive lines.

Despite only breaking into Chelsea’s first team in 2019, he has made 192 appearances for the Blues, scoring 33 goals and assisting a further 37.

Just last season, he was Chelsea’s most creative player notching 11 goals and 10 assists in 32 appearances.

The midfielder is likely to cost around £70million but could be vital in getting Liverpool back into that pressing force they once were under Jurgen Klopp.

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