The Mirror’s David Maddock claims that Liverpool will listen to offers for Adam Lallana this summer as they look to further build.

After winning the Champions League final, Jurgen Klopp will now look to continue improving his side and unfortunately for the likes of Lallana, Alberto Moreno and Daniel Sturridge, this means summer exits.

Unlike in 2005, there is great promise for Liverpool to go one better next season and win both the Premier League and the Champions League if they make the right moves.

Jurgen Klopp.

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With a world-class team, all that remains is for Klopp to cut away the dead wood and replace it with young and exciting talent that can help keep the Reds rejuvenated all season.

Liverpool will be competing on seven fronts next season and will, therefore, need the entire squad to be fit and in form to make the most of a fantastic opportunity.

 

In an article about Origi having earned himself a new contract, the Mirror’s David Maddock writes that with Sturridge and Moreno out of contract this summer, offers for Lallana will also be listened to.

Adam Lallana.

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Lallana was such a promising player when he arrived at Anfield in 2014 but now looks set to depart after injury ruined his career.

The perfect replacement for the Englishman will be another Three Lions midfielder in James Maddison after the Leicester star enjoyed a fruitful start to life in the Premier League.

He scored and assisted 14 goals for the Foxes and would be a great signing as his creativity and free kick expertise would not go begging in a squad that will make the most of his strongest skills.

James Maddison.

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The Daily Record claims that any interested parties would need to pay £60m to sign him and while that is a huge fee, the 22-year-old has a thrilling career ahead of him.

Klopp would know how to maximise his potential with Liverpool potentially losing a homegrown player in Lallana, they would be gaining another in Maddison which is important to the Champions League homegrown quota.

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