Liverpool will not sign a midfielder in this summer’s transfer window to correct ‘biggest weakness.


Liverpool will wait until 2023 in order to fix their greatest weakness. The club won’t be forced to sign a midfielder.

This week the Reds confirmed a potential club-record deal for Uruguayan starlet Darwin Nunez, for a fee that could rise to £85million. The ex-Benfica ace has signed a long term contract at Anfield. Nunez will immediately take up the position of forward, which is soon to be filled by Sadio Mae. However, it seems that Nunez may end up joining Bayern Munich.

Jurgen Klopp took no time to secure his replacement. The forward from Africa has already declared his intention of leaving Merseyside this Summer.

The Champions League finalists are also close to sealing their third transfer of the summer, with Aberdeen right-back Calvin Ramsay set to join on a £4m deal. The TimesReports indicate that Ramsay will sign a five year contract, competing with Trent Alexander-Arnold or Neco Williams as right-back.

The 18-year-old will join fellow teenager Fabio Carvalho, who joined from newly-promoted Fulham at the start of the window for £5m. Ramsay’s deal with Liverpool is expected to end the window.

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Liverpool have signed Darwin Nunez in a potential club-record deal
Liverpool signed Darwin Nunez, a club-record deal

Boss Klopp insists on a settled team for the start to the new campaign. The Reds will be playing Fulham on August 6th.

Reds fans have taken to social media to complain that the news is not going down well. “biggest weakness”this summer – A midfield lacking creativity and goals according to some supporters. There are still questions about the injury records of Thiago and Naby, and especially Naby Keita.

Jurgen Klopp is not expecting anymore additions at Anfield once Calvin Ramsay signs
Jurgen Klopp doesn’t expect any more additions to Anfield when Calvin Ramsay signs

“1 big attacker in, 1 big attacker out. Backup RB. Main weakness in the XI not addressed. When you’re competing with a team as good and excessively funded as Man City then it’s about improving wherever you can. Not even much investment required to address just that one position,”One furious supporter posted the following:

“FSG aren’t serious, leaving Klopp short again, you told us the exact same about a midfielder last summer,”One person said another. Another threw his weight behind him. “The midfield was the reason we went to three finals and didn’t score a goal and also lost the league but yeah let’s go in to another season with the same lads that can’t run. Unbelievable.”