Liverpool’s transfer solution as Mo Salah gave his stamp of approval months ago

Liverpool’s transfer solution as Mo Salah gave his stamp of approval months ago

However, Liverpool will also be getting Stefan Bajcetic back before the start of the next season, which may feel like a brand-new signing for Jurgen Klopp’s side.

Although Liverpool will be buying at least one central midfielder this summer, with most expecting two, Liverpool will also be receiving back Stefan Bajcetic before the start of the next season.

One year ago, it was quite clear that Liverpool required fresh midfield signings. Since 2018, Thiago Alcantara is the only new midfielder that Liverpool has acquired.
After the summer transfer window of the previous year, Klopp stated that they had made a mistake by not making their move for someone earlier, which resulted in the club bringing in Arthur Melo on an emergency loan deal.

That decision ultimately backfired when Arthur himself went down with a long-term injury, and Liverpool were never really able to recover from the difficulties they encountered early in the season.

Now that the spotlight has shifted, all eyes are on the upcoming transfer window in the summer.

Names like Alexis Mac Allister, Mason Mount, Nicolo Barella, Moises Caicedo, and Declan Rice, among others, have been mentioned in connection with potentially lucrative moves to Anfield.

As was made quite evident when they bowed out of the competition to acquire Jude Bellingham, Liverpool’s financial resources are not yet in the best shape they could be.

However, new arrivals are anticipated as Klopp seeks to breathe new life into a midfield in which the majority of players are over the age of 29.

In recent games, Curtis Jones has demonstrated that he is capable of reaching his full potential, and Trent Alexander-Arnold’s transition to a center role has completely transformed the way he plays the game.

Bajcetic, on the other hand, has the potential to become the midfield superstar of the future that Liverpool has been anticipating.

After the World Cup, the Spanish player, who was only 18 at the time, was given a chance in the side, and he grabbed the opportunity with both hands.

Salah had very high regard for the young player after his performance in the victory over Everton in the Merseyside derby. The performance was described as “coming of age.”

Back in February, Salah had this to say about Bajcetic regarding the latter: “He’s a great player and person, always working hard.”

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Liverpool’s transfer solution as Mo Salah gave his stamp of approval months ago