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Liverpool may lose their star winger this summer

Liverpool announced the departure of Jurgen Klopp in January, who will leave the club this summer. After this news, it is no surprise that the future of many players is uncertain for next season. Liverpool may lose many of their key players after this news. Big players like Mohamed Salah, Virgil Van Dijk, Trent Alexander-Arnold are expected to stay next season. However according to reports, one Liverpool player may end up leaving the club for next season.

Luis Diaz has played only two full seasons for Liverpool. However, now, there are reports that the Colombian may leave Anfield this summer. Luis Diaz is linked with clubs like PSG, FC Barcelona. Diaz has been a Barcelona fan since childhood.

After Kylian Mbappe confirmed leaving PSG this summer, they will look for a proper replacement. When speaking to the club’s media after winning Liverpool’s player of the month award for April, Diaz insisted he’s “very happy” at Anfield. However, it is unlikely to tell how many players Liverpool may lose and how many new players will join.

Liverpool may lose Diaz but are already looking for replacements

Not only Luis Diaz but Mohammed Salah and Darwin Nunez are also rumored to leave the club. Liverpool are also linked with many players like Nico Williams, Mohammed Kudus, Anthony Gordan, and Florian Wirtz. It will be interesting to see which players Liverpool will sign this season. As the signing of Arne Slot is confirmed by the club, it will be interesting to see which areas the new manager will focus on.

Returning to the Luis Diaz situation, Diaz is understood to earn a modest £55,000-a-week. Moreover the impact he’s had at Anfield certainly suggests he warrants a pay rise, though as yet Liverpool have shown no desire to open discussions over an extension. His current deal expires in the summer of 2027.

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