Liverpool need some incoming transfers in the near future. The squad is stretched to breaking point at the minute with players dropping like flies. Jürgen Klopp is having to rely on his squad players to step up but he needs more from some of them. Focusing on promising youngsters, here are three potential Liverpool transfers to add quality in depth:
Potential Liverpool transfers: Eduardo Camavinga
Liverpool have been linked with Eduardo Camavinga persistently.
The 18-year-old French midfielder has established himself as a first team regular for Rennes in Ligue 1.
Despite only becoming an adult this month he already has 48 first team appearances for the French side.
A clever defensive midfielder who is adding more attacking prowess to his game of late, he would be an ideal long term replacement for Gini Wijnaldum given that he is still young enough to be moulded however Jürgen Klopp sees fit.
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He is certain for a decade at the top of the sport having impressed so young, signing him now and using him as a rotation option would be a wise move.
Potential Liverpool transfers: Dominik Szoboszlai
Hungarian midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai has also been linked with a Liverpool move in the past.
The 20-year-old has been in strong form this season, netting four and assisting six in the Austrian Bundesliga.
In the past he has played as a left midfielder but this season has seen him more often deployed as a central attacking midfielder.
He is one of the most coveted young midfielders in Europe and he would be an ideal replacement for Xherdan Shaqiri or Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, offering creativity and bags of potential.
Potential Liverpool transfers: Patson Daka
22-year-old Zambian striker Patson Daka netted against Liverpool in pre-season.
The forward netted two smart goals in the first half over the summer, catching the attention of Kopites everywhere.
He has continued his form into the season, in five games he’s netted six goals and bagged five assists in the league.
Last term he bagged 24 goals and registered eight assists in 31 league appearances.
Given the poor form of Divock Origi, we could do with more quality in depth in the forward line – at 22-years-old Patson Daka is the ideal age to take on that role for Liverpool.