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Despite reports of Liverpool having no plans to acquire any targets this season, it is unbeknown whether there are still some players out there who FSG would be prepared to invest in if Jürgen Klopp made a request.

The Reds’ acquisition of Calvin Ramsay is the third new addition heading into pre-season in July, though there is still an understanding that Liverpool remain open to moving players on.

Takumi Minamino is one of the names linked with an exit from the club, with speculation suggesting that a £17m will be enough to seal his exit from Merseyside, and that could see a key depth option who played a significant part in both of the club’s domestic cup journeys last season now elsewhere.

Despite reports of Liverpool having no plans to acquire any targets this season, it is unbeknown whether there are still some players out there who FSG would be prepared to invest in if Jürgen Klopp made a request.

The Reds’ acquisition of Calvin Ramsay is the third new addition heading into pre-season in July, though there is still an understanding that Liverpool remain open to moving players on.

Takumi Minamino is one of the names linked with an exit from the club, with speculation suggesting that a £17m will be enough to seal his exit from Merseyside, and that could see a key depth option who played a significant part in both of the club’s domestic cup journeys last season now elsewhere.

And after turning 25 years old in March, he is at an age where Klopp could still help evolve his game. Saint-Maximin’s natural ability to beat players has seen him regularly crowded out during matches for Newcastle United, but that’s a factor that would disappear at Anfield as the opponents deal with an attack that will be spearheaded next season by Darwin Núñez, with Mohamed Salah and Díaz providing an impact from the flanks.

Naturally, that would help Saint-Maximin begin to see more opportunities to isolate defenders, something that Carlo Ancelotti took note of during the Champions League final by doubling up on the Reds’ Colombian left-winger. Having contributed to 10 goals in 35 Premier League appearances last season, there is still some work to be done in terms of productivity, but as seen with the development of Jamie Vardy’s game in recent years, it is not unheard of for a player to find new ways to take their game to the next level.

When responding to a tweet about Sadio Mané after Liverpool’s 1-1 draw against Newcastle United in April 2021, Saint-Maximin defended the iconic Premier League star. It was a sign of the Frenchman’s respect for his fellow professional, but a reminder of his character off the field, in which he is known for his charity work, having been named the PFA Community Champion in 2021.

Klopp has proven that one of the most important factors with all new signings is their personality. Liverpool insist on continuing the hard-working foundations that the club was built on, and Saint-Maximin would quickly fit into the tradition and charity work that the Liverpool foundation complete throughout the year.

Joining up with fellow French star Ibrahima Konaté, Saint-Maximin looks to carry the blueprint of a Liverpool player who could double the excitement that Díáz provides on the ball, making him a target that FSG must consider if he is available for the right price.

After coming tantalisingly close to an unprecedented quadruple last term, Liverpool have splashed the cash this summer in a bid to evolve their squad.

The Reds were fast out of the traps to snare Fulham starlet Fabio Carvalho before fending off interest from some of Europe’s biggest hitters to strike an £85million deal for Benfica hotshot Darwin Nunez. Jurgen Klopp’s side are also on the cusp of bringing Aberdeen’s promising young right-back Calvin Ramsey to Anfield for an initial £4m to conclude a busy couple of weeks.

But Mirror Football understands that the deal for Ramsey will bring an end to Liverpool’s summer business. The Reds were in the market for another midfielder, and even tabled a substantial bid for Monaco star Aurelien Tchouameni; however, the midfield maestro opted to seal a dream switch to Real Madrid rather than joining the team they bested in last month’s Champions League final.

Liverpool have earmarked Borussia Dortmund’s Jude Bellingham as the ideal player to lead the Reds engine room for the future. But with the English prodigy currently seen as unattainable, Liverpool are planning to bide their time when it comes to the 18-year-old – even though that strategy could leave the Reds short on midfield in the short-term.

That’s exactly what occurred last season too. Just 12 months on from the unprecedented injury crisis in defence that proved terminal to the Reds hopes of defending their Premier League title back in the 2020/21 campaign, Klopp found himself with a dearth of midfield options. And if injuries pile up again, then Liverpool could be caught short again their bid to wrestle the domestic crown away from Manchester City.

With Nunez arriving at Anfield and Erling Haaland joining City, the two titans of the Premier League look primed to lock horns for the biggest prizes in Europe again next year; although Liverpool’s powers will be substantially weakened by the impending departure of Sadio Mane. Nunez’s arrival will obviously soften that blow – but there are no guarantees that the Uruguayan striker will adapt to the top-flight as seamlessly as January recruit Luis Diaz.

Reds icon Steven Gerrard warned last month that the Reds are too heavily reliant on their attacking options and that they needed a goal-scoring midfielder capable of easing the burden on their coveted attacking contingent.

And with Liverpool set to undergo their biggest changes in years in the attack, Gerrard’s transfer warning carries extra weight. But the Reds have still decided to put their search for an elite midfielder on the back-burner for 12 months. That’ss a bold strategy – and one that has the scope come back to haunt the Reds and Klopp net season.

Speaking after last month’s Champions League final defeat, Gerrard said: “Jordan Henderson and James Milner are not getting any younger. They’re still top players at this level, of course, and they’ll want to go on and do more. But for Liverpool, if you think about the next five, six, seven years, they’re going to need a midfielder, an eight, who can get goals, who can get double figures.

“They are heavily reliant on the front three — or the front five if you include Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino. You always need one of those midfielders that’s going to get in the box and get you goals.”

Liverpool are being linked with Juventus defender Matthijs de Ligt, while there are also updates on the future of Christian Eriksen and Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham.

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According to Record, Premier League new boys Fulham have bid £16 million for former Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic.

Grujic joined Porto from the Reds just a year ago for a fee of around £10m. He played 36 times for Porto last season as they won the Portuguese title.

“Grujic is… a player with enormous potential,” Porto coach Sergio Conceicao tells TVI24 of the former Hertha Berlin loanee. “With the height and physical capacity he has, he is a technically strong player.”

Luka Modric was on the winning side against Mohamed Salah once again after Real Madrid beat Liverpool 1-0 in the Champions League final at the Stade de France at the end of May.

And now Madrid youngster Rodrygo has revealed what the Croatian said to the Egyptian after the final whistle.

After going off injured in the 3-1 loss to Madrid back in the 2018 final in Kyiv, Liverpool star Salah made it public knowledge he was out for revenge in this year’s showpiece.

Liverpool will take on RB Leipzig in Germany on 21st July before they host RC Strasbourg Alsace on 31st July – just a day after the Community Shield match against Manchester City at the King Power Stadium.

It’s strange how things work out, isn’t it?

Darwin Nunez could have been pulling on a Brighton shirt last season after they agreed a £24 million fee for Nunez last summer with the deal falling through at the final hurdle after Benfica’s President was arrested.

Fast forward a year and Nunez has just secured an £85m move to Liverpool.

Sadio Mane’s move to Bayern Munich is said to be moving closer with the two clubs planning fresh talks.

The Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic is leading the talks and is hoping to thrash out a deal with Liverpool sooner rather than later.

Liverpool confirmed the signing of Darwin Nunez from Benifca on Tuesday night and the striker may well be the replacement for Mane.

Yesterday the news broke that Liverpool have agreed a fee with Aberdeen for right-back Calvin Ramsay. The teenager will cost an initial £4 million with an added £2.5m in add-ons.

Ramsay, who was named SPL Young Player of the Year, will complete a medical at the weekend at the earliest.

Yesterday the news broke that Liverpool have agreed a fee with Aberdeen for right-back Calvin Ramsay. The teenager will cost an initial £4 million with an added £2.5m in add-ons.

Ramsay, who was named SPL Young Player of the Year, will complete a medical at the weekend at the earliest.

Happy Friday, Liverpool fans! The live blog is back up and running so I’ll be bringing you all of the latest news surrounding the Red as it happens.

How do you feel about the news Liverpool are willing to wait until next summer to sign a midfielder? Will it be worth the wait or are the Reds being left short in midfield?

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Good morning and welcome to Friday’s LIVE Liverpool transfer blog.

Let’s get right to it, shall we!

No sooner had Liverpool confirmed they had agreed a £6.5m deal to sign Calvin Ramsay from Aberdeen, the message from within the club was clear. The Reds’ incoming transfer business was done for the summer.

There might be a number of departures before the transfer window closes on August 31, with the likes of Sadio Mane, Takumi Minamino, Neco Williams, Nat Phillips and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain all tipped for exits, but after bringing in the Scotland Under-21s international, Darwin Nunez and Fabio Carvalho, Jurgen Klopp is satisfied with his squad heading into the 2022/23 season.

By signing the trio, club insiders confirmed that Liverpool had managed to bring in exactly what they felt they needed and what they wanted to enhance their side after falling marginally short of winning an unprecedented quadruple last season. As a result, the Reds are willing to wait to strengthen their midfield, with a new signing in the engine-room now a priority for the summer of 2023, even if the likes of Oxlade-Chamberlain depart before the end of the summer.

Liverpool did initially try to sign a midfielder this summer, though, having made enquiries for Aurelien Tchouameni only to be knocked back as he favoured a move to Real Madrid. Meanwhile, the Reds are known admirers of Jude Bellingham but are well aware that, having already sold Erling Haaland to Manchester City, Borussia Dortmund would not entertain the prospect of losing the England international in the same transfer window.

As a result, he will stay with the German outfit until after the 2022 World Cup at least, with Dortmund no doubt shrewdly aware how the mid-season tournament in Qatar could enhance the 18-year-old’s value.

After losing Gini Wijnaldum to Paris Saint-Germain last summer, Klopp was repeatedly told how he needed to sign a new midfielder despite the fact that, even without the Dutchman, he was left with eight senior options. Towards the end of the 2021 summer transfer window, when asked again why he hadn’t signed a replacement, he snapped back with the sharpest of defences of the players at his disposal.

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“The reflex is we lose a midfielder and we don’t bring anyone in, now we count our midfielders,” he said. “If there is an area on the pitch when we really have all the different skill-sets. Dynamic, creativity, defensive oriented, offensive oriented.

“There is no gap. It is not we have to bring in another one. We have players here with great skills. Last weekend doesn’t mean that Harvey [Elliott] is now the saviour of our midfield problem because we don’t have one.

“If Gini is still here, Harvey probably wouldn’t have played this game. But he played and he played well. Great. And I knew before this game there was a good chance that he would play well but he did. And we have others as well. Curtis Jones is 20 years old and played 15-20 games last year. He can make, will make and has to make the next step.

“Naby Keita obviously hasn’t played a full season so far exactly how he expects or we could have expected it but he always has really good games. Big games where we’ve won when he’s started and now he’s started this season twice. Would he have played if Gini is still here? I don’t know obviously but maybe not.

“And then we have Thiago who didn’t start a game yet. We have [Jordan Henderson] who played only one of the games. We have [Alex] Oxlade-Chamberlain with a dynamic that you cannot buy at the moment if you want to buy a midfielder. I probably have forgotten one. Ah, Fabinho of course!

“So that is the situation. There is no need just to buy a midfielder because someone is on the market. I cannot help the supporters who want us to sign a player just to get somebody in. We did our business as well and now we should be ready. If you’re really with us and really think about it, you’ll realise there is no real need.

“If the one player who is really the one who could improve all the things we have spoken out, we would go for him, I promise, if we would see him.”

One year on and has anything really changed, other than a quadruple challenge ensuring that Klopp’s ranks are questioned no longer?

Liverpool will never settle for a stop-gap and sign someone for the sake of it unless their hand is really forced, as was the case when bringing in Ozan Kabak and Ben Davies in January 2021 in response to a defensive injury crisis. A look at their current midfield options and they are well-placed to proceed as they are for at least another season.

Fabinho remains one of the best holding midfielders in the world and is under contract until 2026, while Curtis Jones and Harvey Elliott are both another year old and another year wiser. With five substitutions permitted this season across the board, the England Under-21s internationals’ game-time will only increase.

At the other end of the scale, Jordan Henderson and Thiago Alcantara, both aged 31, still have plenty to offer as they take another step into the twilight of their respective careers, while James Milner has signed a contract extension for another season, taking him into his 37th year.

Along with the Reds vice-captain, Naby Keita and Oxlade-Chamberlain see their contracts expire in 2023. While Klopp wants the former to sign an extension, Liverpool are open to offers for the latter. Should he not move on this summer, he looks certain to depart next year.

As a result, a changing of the guard is in place in the engine-room at Anfield as Klopp looks to implement the next generation of his side. And he even hinted as much when speaking ahead of the Champions League final when setting out his plans for his side’s future, having signed a new contract himself at Anfield until 2026.

“What I am really happy about is that we are in the transformation – not a transformation like ‘bam’ (clicks fingers) – it’s more slight,” he told listening journalists. “We have another young exciting player coming in with Fab (Carvalho), we have Harvey and Curtis.

“After the last game I had both together and said to them ‘this is only the start’. And they were like ‘yes, with us on the pitch’. It’s really nice. You see them in training and they are flying because of the opportunities. Yes it’s not nice that during the season Harvey is not in the squad, it’s a crime, but I just couldn’t change it this year. So to have these boys around for this transition is important.

“We have a wonderful, wonderful squad but it’s natural that a few things will change. Not now, but in the future, and I think then it makes sense that I’m around. It’s not now, it’s not next year, but it might be in two or three years or whatever, and it really makes sense that the right people are doing that because we all know supporters are loyal – ‘How can you do that?’ – and there must be some people who make the right decisions.

“Open space for the next generation, while keeping the present generation on the highest possible level, judge it in the right manner, and use the fantastic opportunity we have in the moment.”

For 2022/23 Klopp can be content with the options he has at his disposal. But come next summer, with Henderson and Thiago another year older and Oxlade-Chamberlain and Milner seemingly moving on, it will be time for this next generation as Liverpool proceed with plans for this priority midfield signing.

Whether Bellingham will be that desired player next year remains to be seen, but, having failed to convince Tchouameni to move to Anfield, it adds weight to why the Reds are now willing to wait until 2023. And while the England international’s current situation at Dortmund might help ensure Klopp’s business is done for the summer, Liverpool would perhaps be wise to attempt to repeat one previous transfer.

Desperate to sign Keita back in 2017, the Reds saw two bids rejected by RB Leipzig, including a second offer of £66m, before becoming resigned to the fact that Guinean would not be allowed to depart that summer. However, that stance prompted Liverpool to think outside of the box to agree a deal for a switch 12 months later in 2018.

With a £48m release clause coming into effect that summer, the Reds agreed to pay a premium on top of that amount to ensure they got ahead of the competition to secure a deal. It later transpired that Leipzig’s sixth-place finish in 2017/18 saw them part with £52.75m. Had the Bundesliga outfit finished in the Champions League places, that fee would have risen to £59m but had they missed out on Europe altogether it would have stayed at the £48m release clause.

Now, five years on from those negotiations with Leipzig, and Liverpool know they like Bellingham and they know there is no chance of the midfielder being allowed to move on this summer. They also know that a plethora of clubs will be chasing his signature next year, if it comes to that.

With the Reds’ current midfield ageing with homegrown options dwindling, the 18-year-old would certainly tick Liverpool boxes for what they need to bring in. If this willingness to wait until 2023 to strengthen their midfield is partly because Bellingham is the player they want as a result, an agreed premium payment based on team and player performance over the next 12 months could help them steal a march on rival interest to ensure they land their man.

Whether that is actually a possibility remains to be seen but even if transfer incomings at Anfield are indeed over for 2022, the wheels are already in motion behind the scenes for the next generation of Klopp’s side. While Liverpool might go without a new midfielder this summer, it’s all part of the process as their German manager continues to look to the future.

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