Sky reporter drops Liverpool transfer claim as midfield hint supplied

Jürgen Klopp has had his loyalty to his most trusted lieutenant called into question and the likes of Jordan Henderson and Fabinho have been invited to the bench again for Liverpool’s draw with Chelsea, as well as Stefan Bicetić. And handed over to Nabi Keita in a row starting lineup.

Such tweaks appear to have had a positive impact on performance levels, at least as far as intensity on the pitch is concerned, but the Reds urgently need investment in the middle of the park for many games. There is no doubt about that. No reason yet.

Permanent options remain tantalizingly out of reach, but one avenue the club could pursue was rumored to be a loan deal for Ryan Gravenbirch (a 20-year-old agent has moved to Anfield). as it was found in ). Germany’s Florian Plettenberg adamantly closed the possibility of an approach.

We used to have the Bayern star in our sights, but his Ajax days prevented Liverpool from copying fellow struggling Chelsea by adding top quality players until the end of the season. I am very sorry to see you.

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With the limited amount of time available to midfielders, Julian Nagelsmann’s team might have thought they were at least open to discussing opportunities that would benefit both player and club.

Alas, for Julianne Ward and our recruiting team, it’s back to square one as the deadline approaches.

Our final hope is that the players returning from the treatment room will be able to encourage a turnaround in overall form and return to the top 4 spots foretold in the fierce competition for places.

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