Jurgen Klopp is having to make do without Andy Robertson
After the Scotland international suffered a dislocated shoulder that required surgery, ruling him out until 2024.
In his place, Kostas Tsimikas has been playing far more regularly but is yet to convince he is capable of displacing Robertson
When he’s fit and with some erratic decision making in recent games, Liverpool are reportedly assessing the future at left-back.
Robertson is now 29 and while he is certainly still good enough to bomb up and down the left flank,
It’s no surprise that the club is assessing their options.
Liverpool wants to sign Alphonso Davies
The Canadian is a fantastic player but Bayern will be worry about losing him for free when his contract expires in 2025.
If an extension cannot be reach before the end of this season with a new contract offer likely,
The Bundesliga club will likely opt to sell him to capitalise on potentially their last chance to make a profit on him.
Now valued at €70 million (£61m), he joined the club in 2018 for €14 million (£12.2m).
Journalist François Plateau reported in October
That the Reds had “requested updates” on Alphonso Davies future at Bayern Munich ahead of next summer’s transfer window.
In a follow-up to that tweet, it was claimed that Real Madrid and Manchester City are also interested.
Bayern will reportedly offer him a new deal in a bid to keep him at the club but if those talks pay off,
A summer sale will be likely.
Reporting late last night, Plateau now states
That Bayern Munich are now prepare to listen to offers for Davies with Liverpool “closely monitoring” the situation after a recent injury.
The 23-year-old, whose experience belies his age, suffered torn muscle fibre in April
But has returned to action this season and has made 17 appearances.