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Breaking News 🚨 Sources: Klopp favourite player now expected to quit Liverpool this February.



Breaking News Sources now indicate that Klopp’s preferred player will likely depart Liverpool this summerImmediately ⟐� Premier League sources now predict that Klopp’s favorite player will depart Liverpool this summer.After joining the club, Thiago has yet to ink an extension despite reportedly earning £200,000 per week on Merseyside.

Since his initial signing with Liverpool, the right-footer has appeared in a mere 98 games and has not been a regular fixture.


His involvement was limited to fourteen league appearances during the 2022-23 season due to a variety of injuries.


With the acquisitions of Ryan Gravenberch, Alexis MacAllister, Wataru Endo, and Dominik Szoboszlai, Klopp’s Liverpool side undertook a substantial midfield overhaul in the most recent summer transfer window.His ability to set the tone for the team’s performance in a way that few players globally are capable of is something that Klopp considers to be unlike any of his other midfielders.


Thiago will likely need to remain healthy and play a significant role for the remainder of the 2023–24 season in order to maintain his fitness status and chances of securing an extension, given that Klopp is expected to leave this summer.When his contract at Anfield expires in June, the former Spain international will turn 33 years old.Liverpool’s chances of claiming the Premier League championship may be enhanced by Thiago’s return.


At this time, the Reds lead second-place Manchester City by 51 points, despite having played one game fewer than the former.Among the midfielders that departed Anfield were Fabinho and Jordan Henderson.A summer agreement reached between Liverpool and a third party sets the club up for a multimillion-dollar payout.


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