Thiago was sidelined for the majority of last season due to a hip injury, and Jurgen Klopp was unable to start him since Wolverhampton Wanderers’ 3-0 loss in February. In 2022–2023, the Spaniard struggled to have an impact, which perfectly encapsulated Liverpool’s overall attitude.
It is no secret that Klopp intends to rebuild the midfield at Anfield now that James Milner, Naby Keita, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain have all left the team. The first high-profile hire of the summer was Brighton native Alexis Mac Allister.
The most well-known casualty, however, would be Thiago if Liverpool decided to sell. The former Bayern Munich player is unlikely to make a lot of money at 32 and with one year left on his contract.
Nobody can discount the veteran’s experience, even though he has occasionally heard that a possession-based approach conflicts with Klopp’s high-pressing style. He is an important player in the Reds’ locker room thanks to his 46 Spain caps, league titles in Spain and Germany, a Champions League trophy, several English accolades, and other achievements.
Thiago’s former club Barcelona, where he first gained notoriety over ten years ago as a young player, reportedly wants him, according to a report from last month. Enrique, a former Liverpool defender, acknowledged he would sell the midfielder for the right price because of his injury history.
He told his Instagram followers, “I love him as a player. However, I think Liverpool should accept any offer that is made for him.
He is a star athlete, but he frequently has injuries.
More trustworthy athletes are required.