John Barnes again asked his former club, Liverpool to review the recruitment plan of the world’s top players at exorbitant prices. According to him, the Marseyside team did not need to do this to achieve success.
Musai secured four prestigious titles in the last two seasons, it can be said that Liverpool are now picking up the new season with the same determination.
It is said that coach Jurgen Klopp has also determined how the first team will be chosen for next season. Of course, including the trio of front lines Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino, and Sadio Mane have been a mainstay for the last three seasons.
For this reason, former Liverpool player John Barnes considers his former club to have no reason to recruit high-priced star-labeled players such as Messi, Ronaldo and Mbappe.
“Liverpool don’t want to buy Mbappe, Messi or Ronaldo or anyone who comes and says, ‘I want to play in the team’, because they know their 11 best players, especially the front-line trio,” Barnes told BonusCodeBets.
In fact, if Liverpool were eventually abandoned by some of their players, Barnes felt there was no need to recruit an exorbitant replacement.
“They will need to change certain players if they leave, and not with players worth 100 million pounds or pay 200 thousand pounds per week because there are players who can come and complete a squad that is good enough to play continuously,” he added.
Even if in the end if there are players who plan to leave, then Liverpool must prepare an impromptu plan.
“If no players leave, Liverpool don’t need to recruit many players, the squad is already large and strong enough, but in football you can lose players very quickly and you have to have a sudden plan to replace them,” he said.
So far there have been no rumors of the departure of Liverpool players, Salah, Mane and Firmino are believed to still be staying at Anfield next season.
Likewise with defender Virgil Van Dijk who is very sturdy since being bought from Southampton in the winter of 2018 last.