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PremierLeague-News.Com - Liverpool's transfer business for 2022 appears to be finished and attention has already turned to securing their targets for next season.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Liverpool have the luxury of sitting back and planning ahead with their transfer business for 2022 seemingly complete. Following the arrivals of Fabio Carvalho, Darwin Nunez and Calvin Ramsey, the club have said that there will be no more signings this year and attention has already turned to potential incomings next season. Top of the list is young English star Jude Bellingham, who is seen as the ideal midfielder for what Jurgen Klopp has already built at Anfield. While plans are being put in place for 2023, there are players this season who would benefit a loan move to further their career, with Sepp van den Berg allowed to spend the 2022/23 campaign away from the club in search of regular first team football once again. READ MORE: Liverpool unleashing new formation can transform midfielder 'loved' by Jurgen Klopp READ MORE: Liverpool stance on Mohamed Salah contract and Jude Bellingham transfer explained Who Jude Bellingham Where The Mirror What Liverpool are willing to wait a year to sign Jude Bellingham from Borussia Dortmund. Having completed the signings of Darwin Nunez and Calvin Ramsey in the space of a week, and having acquired Fabio Carvalho at the start of the window, the Reds are seemingly finished with their transfer incomings this year.
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. Bellingham is a long-term target for Jurgen Klopp and The Mirror claims that the German coach has told newly appointed sporting director Julian Ward that he wants the English midfielder next summer as he 'ticks all the boxes' as he is 'a young, multi-functional operator with technique and athleticism in equal abundance.' Who Sepp van den Berg Where Goal What Sepp van den Berg will be sent out on loan to gain more experience alongside several Liverpool team-mates according to Neil Jones. The defender spent last season away from the club, a year at Preston North End. Rhys Williams, Paul Glatzel, Vitezslav Jaros, Leighton Clarkson, Billy Koumetio and Owen Beck could also depart temporarily. No club has yet to emerge as a favourite to take on the services of the Dutch international.
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