Liverpool sold a bunch of players last summer, Jurgen Klopp’s first in charge, including Christian Benteke, Joe Allen, Jordon Ibe and Martin Skrtel.
But we think this summer might see another Liverpool exodus, with many clearly not in Klopp’s long-term plans and in need of first-team football.
Below, we’ve listed 11 who are likely to depart permanently:
Bogdan’s contract is up and it won’t be renewed.
Is on loan at Chesterfield, but isn’t a long-term option for Liverpool, considering he’s already 20-years-old.
Randall works hard, but he’s a Championship footballer at best. He needs first-team football in the second tier.
A fantastic defender he might be, but there’s no way back for Sakho at Liverpool. The best we can hope for is a tasty sell-on fee as Klopp has well and truly frozen him out of contention.
A fan favourite, Flanagan hasn’t been able to get in Burnley’s team this season and with Trent Alexander-Arnold’s progression, there’s sadly no room for the Englishman at Liverpool anymore.
Has a Liverpool player ever spent more seasons out on loan? Wisdom is 23 now and currently sits on the bench for Red Bull Salzburg. This summer should be his last as a contracted Red.
The Spanish international has been given two starts all season in the Premier League, which surely won’t suffice. He’s a decent backup option, but at 24, he’ll surely be looking to sign for a club who puts more trust in him.
Once considered our most talented young player, Brannagan has been usurped by the likes of Ben Woodburn and Ovie Ejaria and is now on loan at League One Fleetwood. His contract expires in the summer and he’s surplus to requirements.
It’ll be a sad day when Lucas leaves Liverpool. He’s a loyal servant, a cult-hero and a brilliant lad, but like others on this list, he needs first-team football. Under Klopp, he’s become a backup centre-back, but he can easily do a job in holding midfield for a decent European side.
A talent, certainly, but not one who’s going to take Liverpool to the next level. He’s found his level on-loan at Hull, in reality. Hopefully we can get above £10m for him because of his age.
Like Lucas and Flanagan, it’ll be mighty sad to see Sturridge depart – but his time has come. He can’t stay fit and has lost his legs. Stylistically, he’s the antipathy of a ‘Klopp striker’, which isn’t his fault, but does he needs to leave the German to maximise the rest of his career.