Klopp could finally forget Colwill with Liverpool bid for £52m "dominator"


The bleakness of the 2022/23 campaign has been wiped away after Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp enforced a summer of change, sending the struggling midfield packing and welcoming several exciting new additions.

Having finished fifth in the Premier League last year, the Reds are now on track to contest for this edition's title, with a classic 'first vs second' clash against Manchester City now looming.

Despite earmarking him as a top target in the summer, Liverpool appear to have loosened their interest in touted Brazilian midfielder Andre ahead of the January transfer window, with improving the defence to take precedence.

Last year's struggles were a by-product of a certain indolence in the market over the past seasons, with a lack of investment - despite illustrious success - creating a sense of stagnation.

Enter Dominik Szoboszlai, Alexis Mac Allister, Ryan Gravenberch and Wataru Endo - the midfield moves have restored the engine room and an exciting new course has been charted, but more is needed, that is clear.

The backline will be the next area to receive attention, and rightly so; despite the imperiousness of Virgil van Dijk and the resurgence of stars such as Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joe Gomez, a big-money acquisition might be looming.

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