Despite missing out on playing in the Champions League the following season, Liverpool will be determined to avoid repeating their errors.
The Reds will be aiming for a top four finish at the very least for the upcoming season, and this is where their summer hiring will be crucial.
After identifying the midfield as his primary area of concern, Jurgen Klopp has made it abundantly clear that restructuring it will be his top priority.
The German, however, is also eager to bolster other aspects of his team, and he is working quickly to find potential suitors.
In fact, by the end of June, Liverpool hopes to add three new players.
The Reds are prioritizing midfielder transfers, a new center-back, and they are also looking for a right-back, according to Football Insider. If Caoimhin Kelleher decides to leave Anfield this summer, a backup goalkeeper is also being thought about.
In terms of midfield options, Liverpool is already in advanced negotiations with Alexis Mac Allister, and their interest in Mason Mount is still very strong. Trent Alexander-Arnold has been excelling in a new midfield position, but he also has very few options to back him up in defense, which is why they want another right-back.
Only 2022 signing Calvin Ramsay is currently recognized in the senior team, and he is out due to a knee injury. Other players this season have also experienced fitness issues, including Stefan Bajcetic, who is still out injured, Luis Daz, and Diogo Jota.
This transfer window ‘promises to be the club’s biggest in recent years,’ according to a Football Insider report. Fans will undoubtedly have something to look forward to this summer as the team seeks to assemble, refocus, and prepare for the 2023–24 season.