Current Liverpool player power rankings No. 16-20

  • The Liverpool squad is full of talent and ranking them was hard
  • It was an up-and-down season that saw new players step up
  • There is more talent than just the world class names at Liverpool
Manchester United v Liverpool - Emirates FA Cup Quarter Final
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18. Bobby Clark - CM

Part of these rankings also takes into account future projections. Clark, 19, is another youngster like Doak, who had his season ended early with injury.

I am assuming a full return to health with some of these rankings and the same applies here. Clark, like Danns, won our hearts earlier this year with his classy displays whenever given the chance. He is so calm on the ball and his progressive passing is something that Slot will enjoy.

Clark played 12 times for Liverpool this season and he rarely put a foot wrong. He glides around the pitch and typically puts himself in a good spot to receive the ball from a variety of angles.

While it may seem like the Reds midfield is crowded at the moment, there will always be chances when you are competing on four fronts every season.

His game has the adaptability to play in a more advanced role in addition to his No. 8 slot as well. He should prove a rock solid option as he matures.