‘Great Purge’ – Reveɑling 10 names that will be liquidated by Liverpool this summer

Liverpool are struggling in the middle of the table in the Premier League, they are in need of major surgery in the summer. Here are 10 players who could be leaving.

Caoimhin Kelleher

Kelleher is one of the very few profitable properties that can be sold at Anfield right now. The 24-year-old apprenticed at Liverpool and became an excellent goalkeeper. They wouldn’t want to lose him, but Kelleher could bring in a significant transfer fee for the club to raise funds.

Caoimhin Kelleher is probably the one who can be profitable for Liverpool


He is currently the number 3 choice after the arrival of Kelleher. At the beginning of the 2019/2020 season, he played brilliantly for The Reds when replacing the injured Alisson.

Joel Matip

31 and entering his seventh season with the Reds, Matip has not been of much help given the problems the club face. It is increasingly suggested that he could leave the club in the summer with just one year left on his current contract.

Matip was criticized when Liverpool lost to Wolves recently.

Nat Phillips

He attracted interest from Benfica and Galatasaray in the previous transfer window. Several Premier League clubs have also considered Phillips, who turns 26 next month. He has long been rumored to leave to have a chance to start.


Fabinho’s form this season has made him unappreciated despite his successful years for the Reds. He lost his place to teenager Stefan Bajcetic. Klopp recently admitted Fabinho is unhappy with the situation and may need a fresh start.

Fabinho was kicked out of the starting XI by the 18-year-old player – Bajcetic

Naby Keita

Reports from Germany, where he once played for RB Leipzig, have stated that Keita is likely to leave Liverpool on a free transfer when his contract expires at the end of the season, with a return to the Bundesliga probably a possibility. tallest.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

Another is out of contract in the summer, it seems Oxlade-Chamberlain is destined to need to find a new club. He suffered constant injuries at Liverpool, making him not in stable form.

James Milner

The third of Liverpool’s midfielders is out of contract at the end of the season. Milner will probably stay, but there’s no word on that at the moment.

Maybe it’s time for Milner to leave Liverpool.

Roberto Firmino

The injury problems experienced by Luis Diaz and Diogo Jota this season are expected to make Klopp more determined than ever to keep Firmino, but he has been sidelined since before the World Cup break. The Brazilian player did not show his full potential when he lacked good teammates.

Arthur Melo

Arthur was added in midfield before the summer transfer window closed, but so far he has not shown himself to be the name needed at Anfield. He is still injured and not in the Champions League squad for the knockout stages, almost certainly not staying after the end of his loan deal.

Arthur Melo is a total failure of Liverpool signings