Operation exit at Liverpool

Klopp's team plans to sell nine players to clear the squad for the possible addition of two signings.

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Start of the exit operation at Liverpool. Up to nine players could leave the English club this summer. The team led by Jurgen Klopp intends to clear the squad for two possible additions to the transfer market.

As reported by The Athletic, the nine players to leave would be Marko Grujic, Harry Wilson, Nat Phillips, Neco Williams, Sheyi Ojo, Loris Karius, Divock Origi, Xherdan Shaqiri and Taiwo Awoniyi. And is that Liverpool is ready to have a clear summer in exchange for raising funds to add some players to the German coach's wish list. The most desired are a new midfielder and a forward.

Players like Grujic and Wilson, who have not been successful at Liverpool but have all the ballots to leave at Porto and Cardiff, respectively, for no less than 15 million.

One of the best known cases is that of Loris Karius. The goalkeeper was Klopp's number one in goal for a season and had enjoyed the majority of starts until disaster struck in the Champions League final against Real Madrid in Kiev. Since then he has been on loan and is another clear option to leave Anfield this summer.From hero to transfer

Nat Phillips, last season's hero, could also pack his bags and head off to a new club in the next few weeks. After his notable defense intervention, replacing the casualties of Joe Gómez and Virgil van Dijk, all the radars indicate that it will be released this summer.

The arrival of Ibrahima Konaté and the return of Joel Matip turn his role as a hero into a transfer. For this they will seek to obtain everything they can for its sale. A busy summer is coming at Anfield.



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