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Liverpool have struggled on all fronts this season, but if they want to be competitive again next season, they may consider adding one or two more.
Liverpool may be preparing for Saturday’s FA Cup final against Chelsea in hopes of winning their second silver medal of the season and becoming a famous square, but there is a lot of preparation outside the pitch.
The Reds have called for Harry Kane to be signed in response to Manchester City’s takeover of the Earling Kingdoms, while the club’s slower acquisition of Aurelien Chuamen could be a sign that Jurgen Klopp’s side are waiting for Jude Bellingham.
Mirror Football sees the latest exchange news from Anfield …
Harry Kane’s signing would be the “perfect answer.”
Former Aston Villa and Chelsea midfielder Tony Cascarino believes Liverpool should sign Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur this summer as the “perfect answer” to Manchester City’s signing of Erling King from Borussia Dortmund.
The former Irish striker told The Times: “A deal with Harry Kane would be the perfect way for Liverpool to respond to City’s takeover of the City. Tottenham Hotspur are planning to finish the rest of the Champions League. Kane doesn’t want to stay another year. unlikely.
“England’s mascot can’t go to City due to the transfer of Manchester United, Manchester United are not an option because they can’t play in the Champions League, Chelsea already have Romelu Lukaku. This makes Liverpool the only suitable place for Kane and he is a great fit for Klopp’s team. will be. “

A deal with Harry Kane would be Liverpool’s “perfect answer”

Chuameni’s delay could signal a Bellingham deal
Liverpool are interested in signing Aurelien Thuamen from Monaco this summer, and the youngster is expected to leave the club at the end of the season, but the Reds have not made an official offer.
According to the Express, Liverpool are likely to postpone the sale of the 22-year-old until 2023, when Borussia Dortmund are set to open a contract with Jud Bellingham.
The Reds have said they will not spend much money this summer, which means they are confident of what they have in another season and will wait a year later to offer a lot of money for Bellingham.
Liverpool could sign their own Kevin de Bruyne.
Liverpool have no plans to add a midfielder this summer unless they have the right opportunity, according to the Liverpool Echo, but have chosen a specific player to be the “perfect” midfielder for Jurgen Klopp. .
According to Liverpool.com, RB Live reports that RB Leipzig are ready to hear a bid for Dominic Soboslay this summer. The young Hungarian scored 10 goals and provided eight assists for his side in his first season.
Soboslay has been described as a technically energetic midfielder who has matched Klopp’s hegemonic approach, leading his peers this season with 6.76 assists per 90 minutes.

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Liverpool know Chelsea truth in FA Cup final as Jurgen Klopp honesty admirable
In this week’s Blood Red, Paul Gorst assesses what an FA Cup triumph would mean for Liverpool

From the outside, it’s difficult to ascertain just who ‘needs’ an FA Cup final win the most out of Liverpool and Chelsea.
The 141st edition will see two of the top three teams in England going head to head in the type of glamorous finale that has been something of a rarity in recent years.
Only one other time since 2010, when Manchester United and Chelsea met in 2018, can there be a legitimately comparable sort of showpiece in that time.
So for a competition that is often derided in the modern era, Liverpool v Chelsea represents must-see viewing for all football fans in the country.
And perhaps what makes it most intriguing to the neutrals not on Wembley Way on Saturday are the varying factors at play for why both sides are fuelled by the desire for victory.
For Chelsea, it’s quite a simple one. Having seen their season stagnate since their Champions League elimination at the hands of Real Madrid in the quarter-finals, they have been drifting listlessly.
So directionless have their performances been of late that they even found themselves the sudden target of top-four hopefuls of Arsenal and Tottenham, who sensed they could sneak in at the expense of their fellow Londoners. A 3-0 win at Leeds earlier this week has probably ended those concerns at least.
Victory on Saturday will paper over the cracks of a title charge that disintegrated gradually over the course of the campaign after making an excellent start in the opening few months or so.
A second season that ends in silverware under Thomas Tuchel can mask over what has been a steady decline, particularly since the turn of the year, while also offering an embattled fanbase a brief moment to forget about the ownership concerns of their club as the fallout from the Roman Abramovich sanctions go on.
For Liverpool, none of that is their concern. They have several of their own reasons for wanting more silver to add to the 2021/22 haul. All of them for much more jocular reasons than Chelsea’s. While the Blues head to the national stadium in a desperate effort to salvage their season, the Reds journey 200 miles south in a contrastingly buoyant mood. It could make all the difference.
Success for Jurgen Klopp offers further validation to the theory that this current iteration of Liverpool FC is one of its greatest ever. It’s now the only trophy that eludes the CV of the German at Anfield, if we discount a Europa League trophy that few of the game’s greats truly want to contest too often.
In many ways, the reasons for wanting more are the very same ones that were held for the Carabao Cup triumph against this same Chelsea side at this same Wembley venue at the end of February.
“I don’t judge my time here on trophies too much,” Klopp said last month. “It is about the way we play, the way we develop and the state the club is in. This is a healthy club in a good situation. We all know one failure, one little misstep, and at least one competition can be gone. That’s no problem for us, we’re just ready for the next challenge.”
There is admirable honesty to Klopp’s words and Liverpool, whatever happens between now and the end of the season, have enough of a sample size from their 59 games this term to indicate they will once again be competing at the top end of football when that time comes around again.
But at such a delicately poised period of their recent history, with so much to be seized, this Liverpool squad find themselves on the cusp of genuine greatness. The Premier League will likely be nuzzling into the Manchester City bosom when the final whistle blows on the domestic campaign, barring a shock collapse, but occasions like Saturday and the Champions League final in Paris later this month offer Klopp’s squad more swings at iconic status.
Anything extra that is tapped on to the famous champions’ wall outside Anfield – one that already had a first-ever Club World Cup added alongside a sixth European Cup and 19th league crown under Klopp – is just more weight for those demanding this Liverpool team is considered one of the finest ever.
It is why Saturday’s FA Cup final offers more than just a decorative flourish to an unforgettable season; it will be seen as further evidence for those making the case.
This, however you view the world’s oldest cup competition now, is a final worthy of any showpiece. For Klopp, and Liverpool, its effects could be profound.

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