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Fabrizio Romano says Liverpool transfers will be surprising this summer

This summer is expected to be a busy one for the Reds. There is plenty of work to be done ahead of next season. Fans are anxiously awaiting news of who will come and go. According to Fabrizio Romano Liverpool transfers will involve something surprising this summer.

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First things first

Before Liverpool make any further signings we expect them to cash in on some fringe players.

That means a raft of exits from the club with backup players being sold if they aren’t deemed up to scratch.

For instance Xherdan Shaqiri and Divock Origi could be on their way out having failed to provide effective cover.

Whilst Marko Grujic and Harry Wilson will end a series of loan moves by leaving on permanent deals.

However, Nat Phillips and Neco Williams will reluctantly be allowed to go in pursuit of first team football.

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Fabrizio Romano on Liverpool transfers

We never know what to expect from the Reds.

Michael Edwards keeps us guessing most of the time and just springs a deal out of nowhere.

Fabrizio Romano has said Liverpool transfers this summer are likely to be more of the same, telling Anfield Watch:

“Expect them to make some surprise. If you asked me last summer in June or July whether Liverpool will sign Diogo Jota I would never say that was a done deal or close,” the transfer guru said.

“I like this style because it’s difficult for journalists, but it’s great for the club and for the strategy. I expect something surprising also this summer from Liverpool.”

What RTK has to say

Fabinho was a surprise.

Diogo Jota was a surprise.

It was a surprise when we didn’t sign anybody at all in 2019.

Michael Edwards will always keep us on our toes and that’s part of the fun.

Something is coming, we just don’t know who or when.

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