Current Liverpool player power rankings No. 6-10

  • We are getting closer to the elite players in the Liverpool squad
  • Some big names just missed out on the Top 5 but are still crucial assets
  • The margins are slim as some big names struggled to end the season
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7. Conor Bradley - RB

The Northern Irishman had a viable chance to being named Liverpool's Young Player of the Season in 2023-24 were it not for an injury and the return of Trent Alexander-Arnold hampering his chances.

But for the few months that Liverpool's No. 66 was out of action, they did not miss much from the right-back spot. Bradley fit in seamlessly and played with a confidence and swagger not seen often from young players.

Conor Bradley, Ben Chilwell
Chelsea v Liverpool - Carabao Cup Final / Mike Hewitt/GettyImages

The above image of a young Conor not backing down from Chelsea captain Ben Chilwell during the League Cup Final says all you need to know about the player.

That he has played in an even more advanced role for his country should bode well for the continued development of his game. His presence now gives credence to the idea of TAA moving to the midfield permanently.

He is on track to becoming a world class player.