World Cup ace coming, Dortmund coming, but not Bellingham: Liverpool’s potential post-XI

Liverpool start the January transfer window with a lot of work to do.

The Reds are well below where they want to be in the Premier League right now, their midfield is aging and struggling and the club’s ownership is up in the air to say the least.

However, help may be on the way. January presents a chance for the Merseyside club to plug their trouble spots and there are plenty of rumors for Anfield fans to delve into.

With that in mind, we tried to maximize Liverpool’s potential after the XI. Predict January based on recent rumours.

Liverpool’s potential post-January XI

Liverpool have some deals to do in January and we’re expecting a couple of new arrivals.

There’s a new midfielder in this team, but it might not be the one many here were expecting.

Although Jude Bellingham was the player most closely associated with the Reds, we don’t expect that move to surface next month.

It’s been widely reported that Bellingham won’t leave Dortmund until next summer and that’s why we’re proposing a January move for Enzo Fernandez instead.

The Argentine has been heavily linked with Liverpool in recent weeks and it looks like the Reds are getting closer to signing the World Cup star.

While Bellingham is unlikely to leave Dortmund until the summer, that may not be the case for Youssoufa Moukoko, who starts here.

Another talented young player who has been linked with Liverpool, Moukoko’s contract expires at the end of the season and the German club could well decide to monetize the teenager while he still can.

Of course, including Moukoko in this starting XI is pre-emptive and he might be more of a rotation option at first, but for presentation reasons he’s starting in this team.

Meanwhile, Cody Gakpo starts on the left after his arrival was confirmed by PSV this week.

Liverpool certainly need to be busy in January and we think Gakpo, Fernandez and Moukoko could be the three signings needed to reignite this side.

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