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Liverpool could raise millions if they sell unreliable quartet

Liverpool have had to deal with a string of injuries this term and it has been more than frustrating for the fans, we imagine Jürgen Klopp hasn’t been too happy about it either. The Reds need to replace some of their most unreliable stars. Liverpool could raise millions if they replace four persistently unavailable players.

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Liverpool injuries

The Reds have never had such a tough time with injuries.

There are plenty of explanations for the problems we’ve faced.

We’ve dealt with a hectic fixture list, a shorter pre-season and plain old bad luck.

Whilst the lengthier injuries have been devastating, the niggly injuries have proved the most frustrating.

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Naby Keita, Joel Matip, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Xherdan Shaqiri have all been sidelined at points this season.

Liverpool should consider selling

Heading into this summer Liverpool should consider selling their most unrealiable stars.

We’ve found this season to be a real struggle because of our inability to rotate our first team.

The games piling up, coupled with a shortened pre-season, has caused our first team to struggle for form at times.

The lads have looked tired, lethargic at times. This is when you need your backup brigade to rotate in.

Selling Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Naby Keita, Joel Matip and Xherdan Shaqiri could be the right move.

Reinvest in reliability

Should the Reds decide to cash in on their more injury prone stars, they could reinvest the money in more reliable rotation options.

We would surely generate a significant sum if we were to move on the quartet.

We’d likely make a healthy profit on them, particularly given that Joel Matip arrived on a free transfer.

Class is good but availability is more important, we learned that this season.

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