No team has won the title in more than two consecutive seasons since Man Utd more than a decade ago, but Liverpool’s hierarchy have already put in place plans for their next set of stars.
While Klopp has signaled his intention to leave when his contract expires in 2024, there is a lot of talent on the club’s books to ensure the Reds can continue to raise money for seasons to come. .
Here are six youngsters ready to lead Liverpool’s future success.
What more can you say about this amazingly talented young man other than – get it – he’s only 21 yet?
Quite possibly already the best right-back in world football, his quality as a player lives up to his personality which suggests that he will continue to improve and be the foundation of the Liverpool squad for years to come. .
He “does not lack confidence” and will “be a 100% Liverpool player,” said Jurgen Klopp of the 19-year-old who has shown this season that he is worthy of the new contract he recently signed.
Has an eye for spectacular goals – as his wonderful FA Cup strike against Everton proved – and quickly learns the midfield’s tough yards.
Already guaranteed a Premier League winner’s medal at the age of 19, his right-back quality is evident… as is his problem with Trent Alexander-Arnold.
But he has adapted to be able to play left-back and that could see him get games next season, with the possibility of becoming a first-team member.
The youngest player in the history of the Premier League, since his arrival at Anfield, he has already lived up to his presentation as one of the best prospects in English football.
Eight appearances this quarter as a 17-year-old and Reds assistant manager Peter Krawietz believes he is destined to be a star, saying: “Understanding of football is coming out of his ears.
Signed from Ajax’s academy at the age of 16, he made his first-team debut at that age in an impressive FA appearance for Wolves.
He is still only 18 and has already been named a center-back in the coming years for the Reds.
Calm and accomplished on the ball, there have been low-key and glowing comparisons to legend Alan Hansen.
Signing of a new contract without much fanfare recently, but the quality of this 18-year-old goalkeeper from the Czech Republic arouses a lot of enthusiasm.
Part of last season’s young cup-winning squad, he has already been promoted to the Under-23s and could presumably provide much-needed support to Alisson in the years to come.
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