Liverpool players to be sold summer 2020
Liverpool players to be sold next summer 2020? Which Liverpool players will be to be sold this summer?
We have many Liverpool Transfer Targets Summer 2020 and several Liverpool players coming back from loan this summer 2020.
Liverpool players on loan is part of the training and business model at Liverpool so we should see several Liverpool FC players who will go out on loan this summer 2020. At the same time we should also expect several players to be sold by Liverpool.
So here we will look at the Top 5 Liverpool players to be sold next summer 2020.
Liverpool players to be sold
When the football players are ready to go its time to bring the Liverpool players to be sold list.
List of Liverpool players to be sold next summer 2020
Liverpool players to be sold 2020? Which players will Liverpool sell this summer 2020? Here is the list of Liverpool players that will leave Liverpool FC team Summer 2020:
5. Dejan Lovren
The Croatian defender is a self proclaimed best defender in the world. He has said on multiple times that he is one of the best in the world.
His first burst of such claims came after he had a successful season with Liverpool and Croatia last season.
“It’s something special for me,” Lovren told beIN Sports.”From my point of view, people were saying I had a difficult season but I don’t agree with that.
“I showed that I took Liverpool to the Champions League final and now with my national team we are in the final.
“I think people should recognise that I’m one of the best defenders in the world and not just talk nonsense I will say.”
However, in terms of actual defending, the player is a bit of a novice. He commits endless mistakes and Liverpool only plays him as a defender backup when they do not have any other options. Indeed so much so, Klopp prefers to use youngsters more than this talking machine.
However, according to him, Liverpool begged him to stay back this summer.
He said: “Yes, I did consider the move, I knew I gave my best for Liverpool and won the Champions League, and I am not kind of player that likes to be benched and earn money.
“Yes, some people around me advised me ‘what do you care, you are in big club, shut up and take the money’, but I am not happy sitting on the bench.
“Milan contacted me, but Roma was most persistent, but the negotiations didn’t go well. I don’t want to go somewhere and prove someone who I am and how do I play and am I ready or not.”
He added: “I am a professional, I have won the Champions League, won a World Cup silver medal, I achieved big things in football and don’t deserve to go anywhere on loan and to have someone checking me and my quality.”
He continued: “I feel very happy because all the time I felt Liverpool was by me, and I respect that a lot. Klopp told me: ‘Listen, buddy, you are top-class player, we will not let you go on loan. We need you’.
“Yes, when he told me that, it was unclear to me because I know currently I am in worst position of all centre-backs in the team.
“But there will be a lot of matches, some injuries are possible too… I wanted to leave, it didn’t happen, I was told Liverpool needs me and I accepted that. It was not meant to be for me to leave.”
It seems Liverpool were desperate to keep him this summer, but next summer when they can spend again, we can surely see him being shown the exit door.
4. Xherdan Shaqiri
He only joined the club last season but in just over one year he has shown that he is no longer happy with the bench role at Liverpool. He wants to be a starter, something he cannot do at Liverpool due to a strong front three.
He might just grow tired of the bench role by this season if he does not get to start and move on to a new club come next summer.
3. Divock Origi
The young player recently signed a new contract at Liverpool but once again, he will be another player who will need regular game time to grow for his personal career. At Liverpool, due to Salah, Mane and Firmino, Origi is unlikely to get that chance which means that due to upcoming international tournaments and should Origi want to make the Belgium national team, he will want to join a lesser club where he can start and develop.
2. Adam Lallana
He has been on the fringes of the first team for a long time. It is unlikely he will ever get to shine for the first team. He is a bit and part player, something Lallana might leave after a point. Hence we might get to see him leave too. And deserving it will be, since a player of his calibre should play regularly.
1. Rhian Brewster
Another youngster with great promise, he is at a stage of his career where he needs to play regularly to develop. However, with the current squad depth, it might be difficult for him to break into the first team.
We might see him loan out for sure if not sold soon.