5 Liverpool players can leave the club immediately

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Jurgen Klopp will focus on reducing his Liverpool squad ahead of a move for England international Jude Bellingham next summer.

The FA Cup and Carabao Cup winners have already completed a successful deal for Benfica striker Darwin Nunez. The Uruguay international scored 34 times in all competitions last season and has signed a six-year contract at Anfield on what could be a record deal for the club.
Calvin Ramsay is expected to sign for the Reds following deals with Nunez and Fulham, Fabio Carvalho. Liverpool have agreed an initial prej 4million fee with Aberdeen for Scottish international U21 international, who is likely to serve as Trent Alexander-Arnold's coach.

Bellingham has long been warned of a move to Anfield following its meteoric rise in Germany with Borussia Dortmund. The former Birmingham City star has become a prominent star in the Bundesliga, as well as a regular match for Gareth Southgate's England squad.
However, the teenager still has three years on his contract at Signal Iduna Park and Dortmund have no plans to cash in this summer after selling Erling Haaland. The prolific frontman has joined Manchester City after the Premier League champions activated a release clause in the striker's contract.

Dortmund's refusal to consider a second high-profile sale this summer, along with the Nunez deal, has prompted Klopp to plan a move to Bellingham next summer. The focus now for the Reds boss is on downsizing his squad and freeing up funds, with a host of unfavorable stars set to leave in the coming weeks.
Nunez's signing appears to have been made given Sadio Mane's expected departure. The Senegalese is expected to transfer to Bayern Munich after six seasons at Merseyside, with a verbal agreement reportedly reached for a three-year contract at the Allianz Arena.

Takumi Minamino, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Nat Phillips and Neco Williams are among the team options thought to be available as well. Liverpool are said to be open to sales or borrowing for the latest stars./ 21Media