Rhian Brewster – KEEP
After bursting onto the scene for Swansea City in the Championship, many expected Brewster to come into Klopp’s plans this season.
A goal in pre-season seemed to back that up, with a loan move the only other option.
However, in a surprising turn of events, it has been suggested Liverpool could cash in on the England youth international, with a line of Premier League rivals waiting.
It is understood they will demand a buy-back clause goes into any deal, which highlights the risky nature of letting him go. For the £20m price quoted and with the risk of Origi leaving as well, they should keep hold of him.
Georginio Wijnaldum – SELL
Much of this will depend on whether Klopp can complete a deal to bring Thiago Alcantara to the club.
If they can, Wijnaldum could join Barcelona with a ready-made replacement in waiting. With one-year left on his deal, Liverpool know they run the risk of losing the Dutchman for nothing next summer.
A vital cog in the Liverpool machine, he must only be sold, if they plan on replacing and potentially upgrading.
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