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Liverpool’s potential starting XI next season

Date: 25th July 2014 at 4:46pm
Written by Christy Malyan

With the World Cup over and the transfer window in full swing, the 2014/15 Premier League campaign is nearly upon us. In fact it's just 23 days away, which is probably just enough time to watch all the highlights from last season to remind you how amazing it was. Luckily, next term could be equally as exciting, with Arsenal finally splashing the cash, Manchester City determined to produce a much better title defence than last time, Manchester United welcoming a new manager in Louis van Gaal and Chelsea seemingly only growing ever stronger under Jose Mourinho. Around Liverpool too, there is a great sense of intrigue. Can the Reds match their runner-up finish from last season? Can they compensate for the loss of Luis Suarez to Barcelona? Only time will tell, but to give you some idea of how the Anfield side's season might pan out, we've taken a previewed look of their potential starting XI next season. GOALKEEPER - SIMON MIGNOLET Simon Mignolet may have committed a few costly mistakes last season - most notably against Manchester City - but overall the £9million signing has proved an effective purchase for Liverpool. The Belgium international is an impressive all round 'keeper; confident with his feet, comfortable in the air and a consistent shot stopper - this save against the Citizens being a classic example: With Pepe Reina returning from loan to provide some much-needed competition for the No.1 jersey, the Reds will expect an even higher level of performance from the 26 year-old next season. RIGHT BACK - GLEN JOHNSON It remains to be seen whether contract rebel Glen Johnson will still be at Anfield come the end of the summer. The England international's current deal is set to expire in 2015 and there are now rumours he could be on his way to QPR: EXCLUSIVE: Harry Redknapp looking to lure Liverpool's Glen Johnson to QPR ... Read More


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