Gerrard backs Liverpool for 2017-18 success

Gerrard backs Liverpool for 2017-18 success

Jurgen Klopp’s men fought hard and earned Champions League qualification after finishing fourth in the Premier League last season.

Liverpool need to improve the depth in their squad if they are to have any chance of success next season, according to former Reds captain Jamie Carragher.

Liverpool remain interested in Roma winger Mohamed Salah, while the club continue to pursue other left-back targets after moving on from Fulham youngster Ryan Sessegnon. “It’s about getting the right quality that can go straight into the team”. Boro want around £20m after his England call up but Liverpool are confident they can beat Tottenham to his signing.

The Liverpool Echo reported that Manchester City were frontrunners to sign the France worldwide, but talks have broken down which has provided Liverpool with increased hopes of signing Mendy.

James Milner successfully slotted in there last season, but the Liverpool boss is seeking reinforcements to enable his side to battle on multiples fronts next season.

“I think we need someone in the left-back position”.

Liverpool are targeting yet another Southampton star but they are aware they can claim Tadic on the cheap as he has a reported £13m release clause – something he has refused to deny.

The 29-year-old signed a new £25m four-year contract in February, with Klopp telling journalists that Lallana was “a very important player for us – a player I trust in the dressing room”. Jordan Henderson did well in the DM role last season but he is not a specialist in that position.

Having won the Champions League himself, Jamie Carragher knows what he’s talking about.

Liverpool take on Watford in their first league fixture of the season on 12 August. Here is how Liverpool could line up with Neves and Salah.

Mendy made his worldwide debut in March of this year and has been capped four times by Les Bleus. “If you were to play at Anfield and hear the fans sing ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone, ‘ it would certainly be something special”, Werner told Sport Bild earlier this season.