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England could field a dream future Liverpool midfield against Andorra

Liverpool fans have been banging on about the midfield all summer, longer even. We’ve been banging on about the midfield since it became apparent Gini Wijnaldum wasn’t staying. With a new man in the middle a necessity Kopites should be watching the Three Lions tonight. England could field a dream future Liverpool midfield against Andorra.

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Liverpool midfield depth

At the moment the Reds appear to have plenty of options in the midfield.

However, all that could change by the end of the season.

Recent campaigns have seen long term absences for Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Jordan Henderson.

If we do see a few injuries pile up this season then the midfield could easily be stretched thin.

Gini Wijnaldum was the Reds’ most reliable man in the squad, he played more minutes than any other player under Jürgen Klopp during his time at Anfield.

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We need to replace that reliability.

England v Andorra lineup

Today the Three Lions take on Andorra in a World Cup Qualifier.

Gareth Southgate is expected to name an experimental and much changed lineup.

England could well lineup against Andorra with Jordan Henderson, Jude Bellingham and Trent Alexander-Arnold as a midfield three.

The Scouser has been tipped for a midfield role today after being used there in training throughout the week.

Meanwhile Henderson and Bellingham were left out of the side which faced Hungary.

Dream Liverpool midfield

The aforementioned trio is a dream future Liverpool midfield.

Liverpool have been linked with a move for Jude Bellingham in the past with Eurosport commenting on the Anfield interest.

Given that Trent is set to join him in midfield we could see Jürgen Klopp take notice of how he plays.

The boss must have been tempted in the past to move the Scouser into the position he played in the academy.

As a result we can hold onto hope that the England midfield we see today could well be the Reds’ midfield of the future.

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