Italian journalist reveals Liverpool will be looking to add a winger and a center back this summer

Italian journalist reveals Liverpool will be looking to add a winger and a center back this summer Transfers

Liverpool has regained its form after last season’s poor showing, thanks to the success of the midfielders reinforced last summer and the emergence of young players.

They have been gaining points through all-out effort even in the mid-season, when they have been hit by a string of injuries, and are now battling for the top spot in the Premier League with a three-way tie at the top.

This summer also saw the departure of manager Jurgen Klopp, who will be replaced next season by a new regime.

According to Fabrizio Romano, an Italian journalist, Liverpool is working on reinforcement plans for next season, which could include a winger and a center back, respectively.

“I think they will keep an eye on wingers, this is a position they could cover,”

“Because they are following some players, sending their scouts to follow some players, maybe a signing from another country, not only in England.”

“For example, in England, a player appreciated by many clubs is Pedro Neto. Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham, many clubs have been scouting him for a long time.”

“Liverpool are also following foreign markets for wingers, so that could be one to watch and then a new centre-back.”

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32-year-old defender Joel Matip is likely to retire this June, and Virgil Van Dijk is approaching veteran status.Ibrahima Konate, Joe Gomez, and Jarell Quansah are all waiting in the wings, but the team is hoping to have a solid center back group in the long and arduous season.

Meanwhile, the possibility of a move to Saudi Arabia smolders for Egyptian international Mohamed Salah. He is approaching 32 years of age, and a generational change is inevitable. In particular, a left-handed right winger would be the ideal figure, and as Italian journalists have attested, Wolves winger Pedro Neto would be a logical reinforcement.

In any case, Liverpool’s reinforcement strategy for this summer will not start until a new structure is decided, but what kind of squad will they have next season?