Liverpool have spent the most during the transfer window out of all the Premier League clubs and that added quality leaves them with a great chance of success this season.
Naby Keita, Fabinho, Alisson and Shaqiri will all massively improve Liverpool and rivals should most definitely be fearful of facing the Reds.
Few players have departed Anfield but one sale that could potentially be a regret for Liverpool is letting go of Danny Ward.
The Welsh shot-stopper barely played during his time at Liverpool, having been sent out on-loan ever since arriving in 2012.
Ward has joined Leicester and Liverpool have upgraded their goalkeeper massively in Alisson but still having Simon Mignolet and Loris Karius could prove a bad thing if Alisson was to get injured.
Having Danny Ward on the bench instead of the other two could have been a much better option given how recent form has shown Ward to be a better ‘keeper on his day. At 25-years-old, Ward’s career as a top-flight goalkeeper is just getting started and eventually, the Welshman could reach his full potential and eclipse what Mignolet and Karius could ever do for Liverpool.
With all the money spent by Liverpool, it was well known they had to sell as well to make up for that but getting rid of probably their second best keeper makes little sense.
Despite barely ever featuring for the Liverpool first team, the form Ward showed in his loan spell with Huddersfield was enough to suggest that he would be a better option as back to Alisson than both Simon Mignolet and Loris Karius.
Could the Reds regret letting Danny Ward go to Leicester… Let us know!
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