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How Liverpool will replace four Premier League winners leaving Anfield at the start of a new era



How Liverpool will replace four Premier League winners leaving Anfield at the start of a new era

James Milner, Naby Keita, Roberto Firmino and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will all leave the club at the end of the season and there will be massive changes at the Reds.

We’ve known for a long time that Liverpool are about to change, but that change has certainly gained momentum in the last week.
The announcements that James Milner, Roberto Firmino, Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain would all be leaving Liverpool were long overdue, but it was still a sight to see those departures confirmed by the club.
The long-anticipated Red Revolution will now gain momentum as newcomers come aboard in the summer, but there are certainly specific challenges at stake when it comes to replacing the successful quartet.
With Milner gone, you’d expect Van Dijk to step up to vice-captain, and there could be a role for Mo Salah – who has long expressed a desire to be seen as a club leader – in the management team.
On the pitch, Milner’s minutes won’t be too difficult to replace, even if his know-how is. With Joe Gomez, Calvin Ramsay and perhaps a new right-back in that spell, coverage for Alexander-Arnold (at least in his starting position) will be plentiful, and we all know new midfielders will be on the horizon too.
“When people think of Naby, they probably think of one too many injuries,” Klopp rightly said on Friday.
“But when you look back at the big games, you realize how often he played in super important games for us and how often he performed in those games.”

He was right about that too, having made 100 of Keita’s 129 appearances for Liverpool in three seasons as he won the Champions League, Premier League, Club World Cup, FA Cup and League Cup.
He may not have played a leading role in all those victories, but he has often had important ones, and as part of the squad he will have to be replaced this summer. Preferably with a body less susceptible to injury

“Because of injuries at the wrong time, he couldn’t fill them all, but he could fill in a lot. Go back and watch the big, big games. The goals he scored, the games he played and the football he got to play in his good times.”

Those good times were key to Klopp’s plan and as a player profile at least, it’s probably safe to say that Liverpool will provide the most equal replacements after the Guinean’s departure. How to replace the irreplaceable? Well you can’t, but Liverpool have already shown that Cody Gakpo will be a key part of their attack after his arrival in January.
Much has been said about the Dutchman having learned of the ‘role of Firmino’ during his short spell with the Reds so far and it looks like he is the player the coaching staff are looking for to build up the midfield and attacking in this way Firmino did. skillfully throughout his time at the club. Players like Harvey Elliott and Fabio Carvalho could perhaps even be reshaped into something like that type of player as Curtis Jones continues to thrive in his position at number 8 left.

Firmino’s number 9 shirt is likely to pass to Darwin Nunez, and it promises to be fascinating to see how he fares in his second season at the club as he looks to build on the good things he did in his first season and shrugs it off. the bad.
There is only one Firmino, however, and for the moment it seems unlikely that Liverpool will be looking for a comparable replacement for the popular Brazilian, because frankly there are none you can just pull off the shelf.

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