Some have argued otherwise few weeks ago when Jürgen Klopp had only added a left side of his squad as Kostas Tsimikas clubs and other high-profile signings made. But the additions of Thiago Alcantara and Diogo Jota things changed significantly, and the Reds now look to have multiple choices in all areas of the pitch.
It would not be the entirely surprising, then, if Klopp is now happy with what you have – especially considering the transfer window for top flight clubs across Europe is set to close on Monday, October 5 However, after consulting with EFL – and because FIFA allows summer transfer window with a duration of up to 12 weeks, an additional domestic window in England will run from October 5 to October 16 17:00 Klopp can be tempted, therefore, to delve into the secondary market – with some players in- demand remains potentially available in the EFL.
Welsh international inevitably been linked with several clubs in the Premier League after relegation last season Bournemouth.
He is 23 and has done more than enough in previous seasons to suggest he is too good for the second level. Sky Bet has Manchester United, Sheffield United and Leicester all ahead of Liverpool in the race to sign Brooks, although that could change quickly. The question for the Reds is where the man Bournemouth fit into the team. You can play as a more central attacking midfielder or right of a front three, but Liverpool are well stocked in that area of the field.
Another attacking midfielder who was starting to settle in the Premier League, it seems unlikely to stay in Norwich for long.He is equipped enough to play in the top flight for a better fighters relegation last season Cantwell.