If Coman were to join Liverpool this summer, his CV suggests he would be okay to sign.
He has won a league title in every season of his senior career and he even scored the game-winning goal for Bayern Munich in the 2019/20 Champions League final.
However, his erased injury history would surely make a move unlikely for the Frenchman, and the Reds might be better off with other options.
PSV’s Donyell Malen was also linked with a move to Anfield this week, although his finish was not particularly impressive in front of the Netherlands goal at Euro and I would personally go for a more clinical striker.
Leeds winger Raphinha would be my first choice and a decision for the Brazilian seems a more realistic proposition, but it wouldn’t surprise me if Liverpool decided not to sign a forward option.
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What would be your priorities in terms of positions and names? A midfielder and a striker?
A replacement for Gini Wijnaldum is expected to be Michael Edwards’ top priority this summer.
Renato Sanches has won impressive euros this summer, and despite the fact that Portugal were recently knocked out of the tournament by Belgium, his lung races from midfielder were evident and this could be just what Liverpool need next season. .
As previously mentioned, Leeds’ Raphinha would be a realistic option to bolster Jurgen Klopp’s attack artillery.
The 24-year-old has a lot of potential and he’s already acclimated to the Premier League at Elland Road after scoring 15 goals this season.
Liverpool are also expected to look to recruit a quality right-back replacement and the Reds could do a lot worse than Denzel Dumfries who had a strong euro for the Netherlands and who has been heavily linked with Everton.
Elsewhere in the market, should Neco Williams be allowed to leave? And would there be a replacement for him?
Without doubt, yes. And yes.
If Liverpool can receive their declared £ 10million valuation for the right-back, it would be difficult for the club to refuse.
There are question marks as to whether the Welshman is ready to be Trent Alexander Arnold’s replacement.
When you look at Man City, which offer Kyle Walker and Joao Cancelo as right-back options, it might be worth diving into the transfer market to strengthen the squad in that department.
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Man City could sign Harry Kane and Jack Grealish, according to some reports. Is this something that should worry Liverpool in terms of winning back the title?
There is no doubt that Harry Kane and Jack Grealish would improve Man City and if the England pair joined Manchester formation it would be difficult to beat them for the title for sure.
However, it should be remembered that Liverpool will have a much improved defensive line for the 2020/21 Premier League campaign and the return of Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip will be a huge plus.
The further addition of Ibrahima Konate should ensure that Klopp’s side are up to the task and should not be written off.
Rafa Benitez seems to be getting closer to becoming manager of Everton. Thoughts?
For most Liverpool fans it would be difficult to see one of the club’s great managers in the Goodison Park dugout canoe, but as far as I’m concerned he still deserves the respect of the Anfield loyalists.
His success on the pitch aside, his impact off the pitch shouldn’t be forgotten no matter where he finds himself this summer.
Shortly after leaving Liverpool in 2010, he donated £ 96,000 to the Hillsborough Family Support Group. Such gestures will be remembered for a long time by many Liverpool fans.
Besides his allegiances with the Reds, he would be a perfect fit for Everton.
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Liverpool’s transfer market activity could be influenced by the pre-season performances of Harvey Elliott and Takumi Minamino.
The pair should have some pre-season opportunities to impress Klopp, although it’s hard to see where the latter fits into next season’s plans.
Elliott, on the other hand, could be a useful option for the German. With 18 goalscoring contributions for Blackburn in the Championship this term, he could be a star for the Reds next season.
If he goes into the pre-season he could save Liverpool a lot of money this summer, but it remains to be seen whether or not he is ready.