Liverpool are no doubt one of the best clubs in Europe at the moment considering the fact that they were playing in the Champions League final for the second consecutive seasons.

Though Jurgen Klopp did a great job in turning the Merseysiders into a force to reckon with in European competition, accolades must be given to the club’s board members who didn’t hesitate to spend big on established players during the previous transfer markets.

At least four world-class players — including Nabi Keita, Xherdan Shaqiri, Fabinho and Alisson Becker — joined the Merseyside outfit prior to the start of the 2018-19 season, and all of them played a great role in the Reds’ journey to the Champions League final.

It is believed that the Reds are keen on lifting the Premier League glory for the first time in many years next season, hence, the Anfield hierarchies are more than willing to reinforce the team at the ongoing transfer market.

But the questions amongst Liverpool supporters is the player Jurgen Klopp will give the club’s scouts the nod the secure the move for this summer.

That said, Liverpool have three fixtures prior to their UEFA Super Final against Chelsea and we encourage you to read more about the reigning European champions betting odds and predictions before placing your next bets.

Below are two ideal signings the Reds could launch a move for this summer:

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It will be unfair to say that the Nigerian defensive midfielder hasn’t done enough to merit a place in any of the League’s top-four club next season.

The 22-year-old is Premier League’s best defensive midfielder in terms of tackles won during the just concluded season.

Though the £31.50 million rated midfielder isn’t a speedy player who can contribute immensely to counter-attacks, his ability to stop opponents at the middle of the pitch will be highly needed by Liverpool to win the ultimate prize next season.

With James Milner age and contract uncertainty, it will be ideal if Klopp proposes a transfer move for the former Gent star as a possible replacement for the ageing England international.


This sounds unachievable, but nothing is impossible as long as the Reds are willing to spend big. Neymar is definitely one of the best strikers in the world and his introduction to Liverpool attacking setup will be a round peg in a round hole.

His future at Parc des Princes remains uncertain as reports claimed he could be heading to either Real Madrid or Barcelona this summer.

Jurgen Klopp should launch a surprise bid for his services as that will reduce the goalscoring pressure on Mohammed Salah and Mane’s shoulders.