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Liverpool squad numbers available for Alexis Mac Allister and other potential singings



Liverpool squad numbers available for Alexis Mac Allister and other potential singings 

As Jurgen Klopp rebuilds his squad in the transfer market, Liverpool will have recognizable shirt numbers available to newcomers

If all the clues and reports come true, as many believe, Liverpool will have a busy summer transfer window.

Jürgen Klopp expects some players to join the squad. Only time will tell who exactly these players are.

Connection with transfers to Liverpool in recent weeks and months. However, nothing has been confirmed regarding the concrete new arrivals. Some are mentioned much more often than others.

Some of the players linked with the summer move to Liverpool include Chelsea’s Mason Mount and Conor Gallagher, Bayern Munich’s Ryan Gravenberch, Brighton’s Alexis Mac Allister and Bayern Munich’s Mason Mount and Ryan Gravenberch. And if any of these transactions occur, you need a back issue.

When a new signing joins the team for the first time, it’s always interesting to see what number they’ve been assigned. And some familiar songs should be available for Liverpool this summer. Numbers 10, 12, 16, 24, 25 and many more are currently free. This summer, however, a few more should be added.

When his contract expires this summer, Roberto Firmino is already expected to leave the team. When this happens, new signings may wear the number 9 shirt.

With Brighton reportedly close to signing the veteran, James Milner appears to be another free agent likely to leave this summer. The famous No.7 jersey would be available at the end of the season if that were the case.

Naby Keta, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Adrian are some other players whose contracts are up for renewal. Although nothing has been officially announced, it is becoming increasingly likely that they will follow Firmino and Milner out of Anfield this summer and release numbers 8, 13 and 15.

Of course, it’s also conceivable that some of the former Liverpool players will wear a different shirt number next season. Harvey Elliott, who was previously 57, experienced this last summer when he was given number 19. Luis Dáz’s number 23 shirt is now worn by Darwin Néez. For the upcoming season, both may receive new songs, but at the moment there is only speculation.

Since Sadio Mane left Liverpool for Bayern Munich at the end of last season, the number 10 shirt has remained empty. If not a new signing, perhaps one of the players on the current roster will get the recognizable number.


Manchester United and Newcastle remaining Premier League fixtures compared with Liverpool as Champion League door throw wide open

Erik ten Hag and his Manchester United side face Wolves, Bournemouth, Chelsea and Fulham in their last four games.

Manchester United remain in pole position for next season’s Champions League qualification, despite mixed results – and another defeat – for them on this final day of the Premier League.

Liverpool continued their push into the top four with a sixth-placed spin win against Brentford at Anfield on Saturday, while sixth-placed Tottenham also grabbed three points. However, before putting on their boots for the match against West Ham, United received an encouraging boost.

High-flying Newcastle were beaten 2-0 at home to Arsenal when Erik ten Hag and his players had a chance to leapfrog them into third position. However, they were unable to do so and were beaten 1-0 by the Hammers as a David de Gea error proved costly and Said Benrahma settled the score.

The London Stadium defeat means United need three more wins to qualify for Europe’s marquee competition, regardless of other results elsewhere. Here’s our guide to the remaining fixtures they’ve compared against Newcastle, Liverpool, Tottenham and Brighton.

Manchester United – 63 points (4th)

Saturday May 13 vs Wolves (H) at 3 p.m.

Saturday May 20 against Bournemouth (A) at 3 p.m.

Thursday May 25 vs Chelsea (H) at 8 p.m.

Sunday, May 28 vs Fulham (H) at 4.30pm

Newcastle United – 65 points (3rd)

Saturday, May 13 vs Leeds (A) at 12.30pm

Thursday, May 18 vs Brighton (H) at 7.30pm

Monday, May 22 vs Leicester (H) at 8pm

Sunday, May 28 vs Chelsea (A) at 4.30pm

Liverpool – 62 points (5th)

Monday, May 15 vs Leicester (A) at 8pm

Saturday, May 20 vs Aston Villa (H) at 3pm

Sunday, May 28 vs Southampton (A) at 4.30pm

Tottenham – 57 points (6th)

Saturday, May 13 vs Aston Villa (A) at 3pm

Saturday, May 20 vs Brentford (H) at 12.30pm

Sunday, May 28 vs Leeds (A) at 4.30pm

Brighton – 55 points (7th)

Monday, May 8 vs Everton (H) at 5.30pm

Sunday, May 14 vs Arsenal (A) at 4.30pm

Thursday, May 18 vs Newcastle (A) at 7.30pm

Sunday, May 21 vs Southampton (H) at 2pm

Wednesday, May 24 vs Man City (H) at 8pm

Sunday, May 28 vs Aston Villa (A) at 4.30pm.


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