The Reds have been busy this summer and want to continue their great form.
Transfer deadline day was a busy one for Liverpool, despite the fact the club had already purchased some big names throughout the summer.
Eight new players arrived at Anfield during the window, with three signings being made on Monday in the shape of Tiago Ilori, Mamadou Sakho and Victor Moses.
Here’s how the Reds could line-up this season now their business in the transfer market is done.
GK – Mignolet: Some eyebrows were raised when three-time Premier League Golden Glove winner Pepe Reina was replaced with the Belgian, but three impressive clean-sheets in the league to date has laid those concerns to rest.
RB – Johnson: Solid and fairly reliable and also good at going forward, Johnson is first choice at right-back by some way.
LB – Sakho: Traditionally a centre-back, the 23-year-old is equally adept at left-back but could well shift inside with both Jose Enrique and Aly Cissokho waiting on the sidelines.
CB – Toure: Considered by many to be past the defender’s best when the 32-year-old signed on a free transfer from Manchester City, but Toure has proved all those critics wrong so far.
CB – Agger: The Dane was being touted by Barcelona this summer, but Liverpool were always keen to hold onto the 28-year-old and Agger is now the club’s vice-captain.
CM – Lucas: The Brazil international has gone from something of a laughing stock on Merseyside, to being recognised as a top-class midfielder and certainly gets a place ahead of Jordan Henderson.
CM – Gerrard: Captain fantastic and Mr Liverpool, Gerrard is still a huge influence on the side at 33-years-old and if the England skipper stays fit could help the club achieve great heights again.
RW – Moses: Made the right choice by going on-loan from Chelsea, due to the west London club’s influx of attacking midfielders and Moses deserves to be able to show off the Nigerian’s talent.
LW – Suarez: Not used to playing on the wing for the Reds, the still somewhat disgraced Suarez will have to swallow the Uruguayan’s pride as Sturridge continues to dominate up-front.
CAM – Coutinho: Many predicted this would be the season the young Brazilian became instrumental for the team since impressing after a switch from Inter Milan in January. They weren’t wrong.
ST – Sturridge: The Englishman has simply continued where the striker left off last season and has become the first Liverpool player since Robbie Fowler in 1994/95 to score in all three opening league matches.
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