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Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp names six youngsters who could be part of next season’s squad. 



Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp names six youngsters who could be part of next season’s squad. 

Jurgen Klopp looks ahead ahead of the end of Liverpool’s season and names six youngsters who could have bigger opportunities next season.

The Reds will end their difficult season with a trip to Southampton on Sunday, having already secured fifth place in the Premier League.

This means Klopp’s side will be playing Europa League football next season, leading many to speculate about the opportunities for the youngsters.

During his pre-Southampton press conference on Friday, Klopp was asked if he could imagine more youngsters breaking through at Liverpool in the 2023/24 season.

“For the little ones, I really think Stefan [Bajcetic] is the best player,” he replied. “It was absolutely brilliant. He sounded like a man, sadly in a child’s body.

That intensity captured him, if you will. But still, the signals that he’s been giving us, I think are super, super promising.

“Ben Doak, of course, nice plates. He’s back to train with us.

“A special guy, really confident, he has something no one else can really do, this kind of dribbling, this simple courage, technically really good, fast speed.

“Very promising, but very young.”

Of those to have scored 1,000 minutes or more on the pitch for Liverpool this season, the youngest are Harvey Elliott, 20, and Curtis Jones, 22, who also see Klopp in this group.

“Obviously Harvey has played a lot of games for us in a not so good period,” he continued.

“Still very, very young, so he hasn’t been able to keep up at the top level, but he’s showing super marks again. “It will only go in one direction – it’s definitely forward.

“Then Curtis, it was super important that we got him back. I think everyone saw that.

“It’s just a long road to becoming your best version. You’re young, have high expectations, massive criticism from the outside. “Finding a way through this is not easy. I’m really, really happy that Curtis can finally do this.

“Super important for us, obviously, our own boy, to take those big steps. That’s great.”

The manager admitted elsewhere in his press conference that Fabio Carvalho could leave on loan in the summer transfer window, having struggled to earn playing time this year.

But as time goes on, Klopp has named four other returning players who could have a chance next season. “Those guys I was just talking about, there are no plans to loan them out yet. We want to keep her,” he said.

“If we give them a chance to play, we will definitely keep them. Because they definitely have the quality.

“The next generation, if you will, then [the players] after that, maybe that’s a different story.” we have to see

“Conor Bradley is coming back, was in the building yesterday, saw him, felt he grew over time at his other club.

“To be honest, we have high hopes for him.

“Luke Chambers is coming back, other guys are coming back, Owen Beck is really back now. So we have real talent. “Tyler Morton comes back, he is injured, so we will see what happens.

“No real plans. The pre -season begins and then we make such decisions. “


Real Madrid interest  could trigger a swap deal with Liverpool involving Andy Robertson and Vinicius Jr

Real Madrid plan £40m move for Liverpool could which could trigger huge swap deal

Real Madrid are reportedly considering a bid for valuable Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson, with the Reds in turn interested in Brazilian striker Vinicius Jr.

Real Madrid are reportedly planning a £40m move for Liverpool defender Andy Robertson – which could lead to a sensational Vinicius Jr swap deal.

Real are in the hunt for a new left-back this summer as France international Ferland Mendy is set to leave after a spell with injuries at the Bernabeu. According to the Daily Mail, Robertson is on the club’s list of potential replacements.

Although there are no signs the Scot wants to leave Anfield, where he is a first-team regular, Real can offer something Liverpool cannot – Champions League football. The Reds could also see it as a chance to replenish their coffers as part of Jurgen Klopp’s squad overhaul after a disappointing season for the Merseyside giants.

And according to reports in Spain, Liverpool are one of three clubs interested in signing Real Madrid superstar Vinicius Jr, who is considering his future in Spain after being subjected to vicious racial slurs at Valencia last weekend. . The Brazilian made an impassioned statement about the abuse, saying Spanish football “belongs to the racists”. He added: “I’m so sorry, but today Spain is known in Brazil as a country of racists.”

While receiving widespread support across the country, La Liga boss Javier Tebas sparked further outrage by criticizing Vinicius.
Tebas wrote: “Since those who shouldn’t have to explain to you what LaLiga is and what it can do in cases of racism, we tried to explain it to you.

“But you have not shown up for either of the two agreed dates that you requested yourself. Before criticising and insulting La Liga, it is necessary that you inform yourself properly.”

Vinicius blasted back: “Once again, instead of criticising racists, the president of La Liga appears on social media to attack me. As much as you talk and pretend not to read, the image of your championship is shaken. See the responses to your posts and have a surprise.

“Omitting yourself only makes you equal to racists. I’m not your friend to talk about racism. I want actions and punishments. Your hashtag doesn’t move me.”

The spat has fuelled rumours the 22-year-old could quit Spain for the Premier League, the only league where clubs could afford his reputed £100m fee and £360,000 per week wages.

Spanish outlet reports that Manchester United and Newcastle United, along with Liverpool, are among the club to have already shown an interest in Vinicius. In Liverpool’s case, they would probably have to sell to afford such a fee. The likely lack of Champions League football could also count against them.


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