Player-by-player guide to Liverpool’s 30-man tour squad – new faces, academy stars and more

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Liverpool set out on tour this weekend, with the Reds due to play five fixtures over the next month before our Premier League campaign gets underway at the Britannia Stadium on August 9th.

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In the list below we analyse every player that’s on route to the Far East, including our new signings, several impressive academy stars and all the other players that will be looking to impress Brendan Rodgers and co.

Who are you most looking forward to seeing?


Simon Mignolet – The goalkeeper was in fine form during the second-half of last season. There is fresh competition for him this season, in the shape of Adam Bogdan, and he’ll want to confirm his place as number one.

Adam Bogdan – The Hungarian will surely be eagerly anticipating his debut following his move from Bolton. The flame-haired stopper showed what he could do against us in the FA Cup last term. More of the same please!

Ryan Fulton – With Danny Ward having joined Aberdeen on a season-long loan deal, Fulton gets the nod as our third keeper. He doesn’t turn 20 until January, but he should thrive from any game time he gets for us here.

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