Liverpool's £82.5m transfer business hints at how Julian Ward will target next move


Klopp clearly sees players who meet those criteria as a safe bet, given that they are old enough to have shown their potential over multiple seasons, and do not command astronomical transfer fees. 

Furthermore, the German has a proven track record of taking that calibre of player to the next level, as he did with Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah, and as we are already seeing with Jota. 

Rejuvinating Liverpool’s front three, whose air of invincibility finally seems to be fading after a stellar few years, is clearly high on the priority list at Anfield. 

Salah, Mane and Roberto Firmino will all be over 30 by the end of the season, and it makes better business and football sense to acquire replacements bit by bit, rather than all at once. 



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