2) Jordon Ibe
Ibe’s pre-season performances have given Brendan Rodgers a real selection headache. Before the tour of the Far East and Australia, it was assumed by most fans that Adam Lallana, Coutinho, new signing Roberto Firmino and probably Lazar Markovic were ahead of him in the pecking order, but now that can no longer be considered the case. Ibe’s probably been our best player this summer. Combining pace and power down the right, he’s showed increasingly intelligent decision making and an increasing demand for the ball. He capped off superb performances with a wonder-goal against Malaysia All-Stars – and he definitely provides the speed and acceleration our other attacking midfielders lack. What’s more, Raheem Sterling has left – which will aid his chances of starting on the right wing.