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Liverpool: Reds trio touted for summer departures

Liverpool: Reds trio touted for summer departures -Liverpool News

Liverpool trio Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Takumi Minamino and Divock Origi will all leave the club this summer, according to Paul Robinson.

The Lowdown: Summer exits expected

Jurgen Klopp is likely to be looking at new signings during the summer transfer window as he looks to take his squad up another level again.

On the flip side, a number of players could also be making their way out of Anfield, with the German perhaps no longer seeing them as an important part of his plans.

Oxlade-Chamberlain, Minamino and Origi all fall into that category, with the latter already set for a move to Serie A champions AC Milan.

The Latest: Robinson drops exit claim

Speaking to Football Insider, Robinson was firmly of the opinion that all three of those players would move on this summer, following Fabio Carvalho’s arrival at Liverpool.

The Sky Sports pundit said:

“Oxlade-Chamberlain, Minamino and Origi are the three I think will leave. Minamino nearly joined Leeds in January but the deal never went through.

“It sounds like Origi is a done deal. Those three will leave a big whole in Liverpool’s squad. A hole that needs to be filled.

“It is an area they will look to rejuvenate in. That is what Klopp and Guardiola are good at, rejuvenating. That Liverpool squad needs freshening and Carvalho will do that.”

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The Verdict: All nailed-on to leave?

It looks highly likely that at least two of the aforementioned players will move on from Liverpool, with Origi already being given an Anfield farewell and Oxlade-Chamberlain completely out of favour, not playing at all since March.

While Minamino will likely depart, he has been a more prominent figure for the Reds, scoring 10 goals this season despite a lack of game-time.

Keeping hold of the Japan international wouldn’t be a bad thing, although if he wants to be a regular starter elsewhere, allowing him to move on would also make perfect sense.

In other news, Liverpool will reportedly listen to offers for one player. Find out who it is here.


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