Ability to demand what was needed 1-0 win at home against Brentford at the weekend, Liverpool still believe they can reach the top four this month.
While Jurgen Klopp’s side may have shown some lasting problems in the Premier League this season, the former Borussia Dortmund boss has now seen his side win each of their last six top-flight matches in a row.
However, Liverpool have continued to need help from elsewhere in the last few weeks and Liverpool have come under scrutiny this year due to midfield issues.
Along with admitting last month that they would not be able to bring Jude Bellingham back to England this summer, veteran star James Milner will travel to Brighton for free ahead of the 2023/24 campaign.
Likewise, with rumors growing that both Alex Oxlade-Chamberlin and Naby Keita will be leaving Enfield When their current contracts expire, many expect a real overhaul of midfield at Merseyside.
Klopp is expected to be backed by the Anfield hierarchy this summer and we’ve taken a look at the European superstars who top Liverpool’s wishlist.
Alexis Mac Allister – Brighton
While many at Amex may have been disappointed after Graham Potter briefly switched to Chelsea back in September, Brighton had only continued notable growth since they welcomed Roberto De Zerbi to the south coast.
While the Seagulls may have lost 5-1 at home against Everton on Monday night, they remain determined to claim a prominent place in Europe in 2023.
Only continuing to receive a string of applause from across the Premier League, this Alexis Mac Allister who topped Brighton’s iconic top six.
Making history in Qatar when he helped Argentina to their first world crown since 1980, the 24-year-old has quickly become one of the most sought-after talents in Europe.
While Brighton may have signaled they are desperate to keep their midfield talisman alive, many on the south coast have resigned themselves to McAllister being on the move this summer.
Along with extended speculation about a potential move to Manchester United when the window reopens, Time Last week it was reported that Liverpool would step up their bid for Mack Allister.
Mason Mount – Chelsea
Bye Liverpool Midfield may be set for a real midfield overhaul this summer, they are not the only Premier League giants looking to make major changes at the end of the season.
While Chelsea may have returned a decisive win at the weekend when they took a 3-1 win away at Bournemouth, that doesn’t cover what has been a nightmarish campaign in west London.
Desperate to take cuts from their incredible salaries, it looks like many of the Blues’ first team stars will be leaving Stamford Bridge this summer.
Once again missing out on Vitality on Saturday afternoon after suffering a recent pelvic injury, it’s clear that by the day England Mason Mount will complete his almost twenty years of cooperation with the club.
The final 12 months of his current contract with Chelsea are coming soon, but there is no sign of an extension being agreed and the two sides have been at odds for months now.
However, despite the fact that the 24-year-old could only score three goals in the Premier League this season, Express reported last month that it was nearing a blockbuster move to Merseyside.
Ryan Gravenbirch – Bayern
Although Ryan Gravenbirch may have been handed a rare start as Bayern Munich were in contention for 2-1 win Over the weekend at Werder Bremen, the talented 20-year-old was even more frustrated by his lack of first-team chances.
Despite a £20m move from Ajax to Munich last summer, the budding European midfield star has struggled to find a place under Julian Naggelmann or Thomas Tuchel.
With only one start in the Bundesliga since the opening of 2023, rumors are mounting that Gravenberch may already be leaving the Alliance.
With a large following in the red half of Merseyside, this is not the first time Klopp’s side have been closely linked with a move to Gravenbirch.
This was reported not only Sky Sport The Dutch footballer was one of Liverpool’s top transfer targets last summer. Back in January, it was suggested that Liverpool’s hierarchy was pursuing a potential shock loan deal.
While the Premier League giants may have been defeated twice in their Gravenberch chase, it looks like Klopp is looking to try his luck a third time when the window reopens.