We have already made a number of fantastic signings this summer, with the likes of James Milner and Roberto Firmino joining the club. But how will all these signings fit into our current side?
Below is a starting XI consisting of all our new signings so far:
GK) Adam Bogdan
The former Bolton shot-stopper will most likely be restricted to cup competitions, but he will hopefully provide some much needed competition for Simon Mignolet and push the Belgian to perform.
We saw the reaction from Mignolet after being dropped last season, but we need him to have that motivation consistently.
RB) Nathaniel Clyne
The former Southampton man was one of the stars of the season in 2014/15, and was a large part of the Saints’ superb defensive stability.
He is fantastic going forward as well, and we can rely on him to provide width down the right hand side.
Plus, the arrival of Clyne will free up Emre Can to play a more advanced role in the team.
LB) Alberto Moreno
We saw glimpses of the quality Moreno possesses last season, and hopefully he’ll kick on and improve further in the new campaign.
Just like Clyne he is superb going forward, and if he can work on his defensive attributes then he could grow into a top quality left-back.
CB) Joe Gomez
The young centre-back would arguably be far better served spending next season on loan, as he is unlikely to see regular first team football if he remains at Anfield.
With the likes of Mamadou Sakho, Martin Skrtel, and Dejan Lovren, the former Charlton Athletic youngster would find himself way down the pecking order were he to stay.
CB) Mamadou Sakho
An injury plagued season prevented Sakho from really shining, but he will most likely be part of our first choice parternship in 2015/16.
Alongside Skrtel he is capable of making us a fortress, and his natural physical attributes and athletic ability will be a huge bonus.