How Liverpool could line up for 2016/17 season with five new signings

Daniel Sturridge celebrates with team mates after scoring the second goal for Liverpool

How Liverpool could line up if they secure their reported transfer targets.

Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp

It appears as if Liverpool will be very busy this summer as manager Jurgen Klopp looks to mould the squad he inherited from Brendan Rodgers. 

They have already been active, securing a move for defender Joel Matip on a free transfer from Schalke earlier this year, as well as midfielder Marko Grujic.

They have already followed those up with the signing of goalkeeper Loris Karius as the summer transfer window heats up.

Indeed, there are already a number of transfer rumours doing the rounds as plenty of players are linked with moves to Anfield.

So how could their starting XI look next season? We decided to take a look.

Loris Karius

Nathaniel Clyne          Joel Matip          Nicklas Sule          Ben Chilwell

Emre Can          Jordan Henderson

 Yacine Brahimi           Roberto Firmino          Philippe Coutinho

Daniel Sturridge

Liverpool's Simon Mignolet

Who misses out?

Simon Mignolet - The Belgian has often come under fire since his arrival at the club, and the arrival of highly rated Karius appears to have brought his run as number one to an end. 

Alberto Moreno - Moreno has come in for criticism since joining from Sevilla, and his torrid display in the Europa League final loss to the La Liga side will likely see him replaced. 

Mamadou Sakho – His future is still in doubt after a drugs ban from FIFA, while he has also not fully impressed since joining from PSG anyway.

Dejan Lovren – Despite improvement under Klopp, there are still doubts about the Croatian.

James Milner – Arguably the biggest casualty in the team, the Liverpool vice captain may find himself cut out in favour of winger Brahimi. His future could also rest on whether Jordan Henderson remains at the club.

Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp with James Milner during the warm up before the match

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