Evaluating the Liverpool squad to see who the club should keep or sell

  • Liverpool's squad is generally in good shape going into next season, but the collapse of their title challenge brutally exposed it's weak points.
  • We've given our verdict on who Liverpool should keep or sell this summer.
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Rhys Williams

Williams has spent the last several seasons on loan in lower divisions. With Liverpool’s current set of defenders far ahead of him in the pecking order, it’s unlikely the 23-year-old has any path back into the first team.

Verdict: Sell

Connor Bradley

With both Alexander-Arnold and Robertson injured in January and Klopp opting to position Gomez at left back, the 20-year-old  academy product Connor Bradley slotted straight into Liverpool’s starting XI at right back.

He proved himself well up to the challenge as he registered a goal and three assists in ten league appearances and was generally dependable at the back. 

Verdict: Keep

Calvin Ramsay

Signed at 18-years-old in 2022, the right back has yet to make a single competitive appearance for the club and has spent the past two seasons on loan. Given the depth of Liverpool’s options at right back, his best bet is to look elsewhere for consistent playing time.

Verdict: Sell

Nathaniel Phillips

Has been on loan at Celtic and Cardiff City over the last several seasons and is now surplus to requirements at Liverpool. 

Verdict: Sell

Sep Van Den Berg

Having been on loan for nearly all of Liverpool career and not made one competitive appearance since signing in 2019,  the defender’s future lies away from Anfield. 

Verdict: Sell