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Despite Liverpool’s less than desirable injury problems this season, they appear to be taking a rather calm approach to the January transfer window, especially compared to some of their closest rivals. If the winter market was a water park, the Reds would be riding the lazy river while others around them are rushing to fit all the different slides in. At least for now, anyway.

this season, they appear to be taking a rather calm approach to the January transfer window, especially compared to some of their closest rivals. If the winter market was a water park, the Reds would be riding the lazy river while others around them are rushing to fit all the different slides in. At least for now, anyway.

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Liverpool have a lot to consider as the summer approaches. Three players are now into the final six months of their contracts — Thiago, Joël Matip and outcast goalkeeper Adrián are all set to leave Anfield in June, unless some last-minute extensions are agreed.

They may not be the only names on the outgoing list either. Last summer’s six-player exodus left Jurgen Klopp and co with big gaps in their squad, and their search for replacements went all the way down to Deadline Day.

Following the intense interest in Mohamed Salah from Saudi Arabia, Liverpool would be foolish not to expect a revisit from the Pro League. Al-Ittihad came knocking just six months ago with wheelbarrows full of cash, trying to convince the Reds to part ways with their star winger.

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Salah’s contract is due to expire next summer and conversations are reportedly being held over a new deal, which would be a huge breakthrough if Liverpool can tie the Egyptian down.

But there is still the chance that Salah will want to leave after this season, and Liverpool can’t afford to lose him for free when there’s been so much money offered before now.

This leaves them visiting the market for a suitable replacement. Even if Salah stays, he remains the only natural right-back on Klopp’s roster. The club should start thinking about signing someone who can come in to initially serve as back-up to the 31-year-old, with the vision to eventually become the first choice.

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