Liverpool could be losing five of their finest players to other clubs. Some of the players will leave due to lack of first team opportunities, contracts issues or simply the desire to play for one of the biggest clubs in Europe.
The Reds superstar Mohamed Salah could be heading to Real Madrid or Barcelona this summer after revealing to the Spanish press that he desires to one day play in Spain.
Added to that, his former teammate Mohamed Aboutrika revealed that Salah told him he was unhappy at Liveprool as well as disappointed that Jurgen Klopp didn’t give him the captain armband against Midtjylland.
If Salah keeps complaining about everything, Liverpool will certainly sell him this summer.
Liverpool could also allow Divock Origi leave the club this summer. The 28-year-old is currently deemed surplus to requirement now that Jurgen Klopp can call upon Takumi Minamino and Diojo Jota to lead the attack.
Origi will likely join Wolves or Leeds United who both enquired about his availability.
The Reds could also be losing one of the finest midfielders in history this summer. Gini Wijnaldum will become a free agent in June having rejected Liverpool’s current extension due to disparity in wages and his demand.
Although talks are ongoing and there’s a glimmer of hope Wijnaldum might decide to extend his contract.
Liverpool could also be allowing Loris Karius, Adrain and Marko Grujic leave the club this summer. The two goalkeeper are currently deemed surplus to requirement now that Caoimen Kelleher is evolving into a worldc las players.
Marko Grujic meanwhile never seems to be good enough for Liverpool. Hopefully, his stay at FC Porto will be successful and he will remain there permanently.