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Potential Departures: 3 Liverpool Players Who Could Exit if Klopp Leaves This Summer

Liverpool Potential Summer Trasnfer Exit

By Hassan ArewaPublished about a month ago 3 min read

Earlier this season, Liverpool's manager, Jürgen Klopp, announced that he would be leaving the club after spending 10 years in charge of the Reds. Liverpool have won every trophy under his reign, including the Premier League, Champions League, and domestic trophies in England, etc.

It's been a bitter-sweet season for Liverpool fans. Despite the heartbreaking news of Klopp leaving the club, the Reds are on course to win the treble. They have a firm grip on the Premier League and Europa League, and they won the Carabao Cup after beating Chelsea in the finals.

However, Klopp's departure at the end of the season might not be the only familiar face Liverpool fans will stop seeing, as there are still a lot of players who might leave the club.

Here are three players who are likely going to leave Liverpool this season:

1. Mohamed Salah:
Mohamed Salah, who is arguably Liverpool's best player in history, might be leaving the club after this current season. Salah, who is over 30 years old, is now slowly leaving his prime and has also been the subject of recent criticism from Liverpool fans who believe he's not been performing the way they're used to seeing.

Also, before the beginning of this season, Liverpool received a huge sum of money from an undisclosed club in Saudi Arabia that wants to do anything in their power to land Salah in the Saudi Pro League.

According to reports, Saudi Arabian investors value Salah as the best Arab player and want to do anything in their power to bring him to Saudi Arabia. However, Liverpool rejected the money because Klopp wanted to keep Salah for at least one more season. If Klopp, who wanted to keep Salah, is leaving the club this season, it's a no-brainer Liverpool might be open to letting him go.

2. Trent Alexander-Arnold:
Alexander-Arnold is a strong part of the Liverpool squad; he's definitely one of their most important players and arguably one of the best right-backs in the world. He's an incredible player who has vision for someone who is a defender.

However, reports from Spain have linked Alexander-Arnold with Real Madrid. According to the report, Real Madrid wants to buy Alexander-Arnold from Liverpool; they dream of having him and Alphonso Davies in the right and left back positions.

It's going to be incredibly difficult, but Real Madrid is the best club in the world, and it's every player's dream to play for them. I honestly think that if Real Madrid makes Alexander-Arnold their top target for right-back, they will get him.

3. Virgil van Dijk:
Virgil van Dijk is the best Liverpool defender of all time; the tall, muscular Dutchman is Jurgen Klopp's favorite defender. He's been incredible ever since he signed from Southampton.

Not just at Liverpool, van Dijk is arguably one of the best defenders in the world. However, Liverpool might be preparing to let him go if the new manager who will replace Klopp doesn't want to work with older players.

Van Dijk is past his prime, and Liverpool have many interesting young center-backs like Konate and Gomez; the new manager might prefer to work with the young blood.

As Liverpool faces the imminent departure of Jürgen Klopp and the potential exit of key players such as Mohamed Salah, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and Virgil van Dijk, uncertainty looms over Anfield. Will the Reds be able to maintain their dominance without Klopp at the helm? Can they retain their star players amidst interest from European giants like Real Madrid? And most importantly, what does the future hold for Liverpool FC? Only time will tell as the club navigates through this period of transition. What do you think will be the key factors in Liverpool's success moving forward? How will they fare in the post-Klopp era?

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