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Hello and welcome to the ECHO’s dedicated Liverpool news and transfers blog on Monday, May 29.

Liverpool’s season came to an end at Southampton on Sunday afternoon, playing out a 4-4 draw on the South Coast to round off what has been a mixed campaign for the Reds. Jurgen Klopp will be hoping his side can be challenging at the top end of the division once again next term, though recruitment will be key to making this possible.

Alexis Mac Allister continues to be linked with a move to Anfield and was seen in tears at the full-time whistle of Brighton’s 2-1 defeat at Aston Villa. Roberto De Zerbi later confirmed after the match he expects the Argentine midfielder to depart the club this summer.

Elsewhere, the Reds are said to be keeping tabs on Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves. The Portuguese midfielder is set to move on from Molineux after six years at Molineux.

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Mac Allister latest

It seems only a matter of time before Alexis Mac Allister leaves Brighton, if Sunday’s post-match scenes are anything to go by.

Spotted in tears after the Seagulls’ 2-1 loss at Aston Villa, Mac Allister very much appeared a player bidding farewell to the supporters he has become used to playing for in recent times.

Speaking after the game, Brighton boss Roberto De Zerbi said:

I think that can be the last game of Alexis and Moises, I’m really sorry. They are two great people and two great players.”

Brighton boss, Roberto De Zerbi

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Premier League, Sunday 28th, 2023

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Good morning, Reds

Hello and welcome to today’s Liverpool live blog.

The Reds’ season came to a close on Sunday afternoon at St Mary’s Stadium, playing out a 4-4 draw with Southampton, and attention will soon turn to next campaign.

Changes to the squad will be required in order to get Jurgen Klopp’s side competing at the top end of the table once again and the Liverpool boss yesterday hinted he expects to be busy in the weeks ahead.


‘I hated these moments’- Jurgen Klopp makes admission after final game of Liverpool season

Jurgen Klopp admits a lack of Champions League football is a “massive” blow for Liverpool next season as he targeted a marked improvement next term.

The Reds’ Europa League fate was officially sealed on Thursday when Manchester United beat Chelsea 4-1 to leave little riding on Sunday’s trip to Southampton as their Premier League campaign ended with a chaotic 4-4 draw at St Mary’s.

A lack of Champions League football will inevitably have an impact on the club’s budget given the finances that come from being involved in Europe’s premier competition and the Reds boss did little to disguise how much of a setback that absence is after the game at Southampton.

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But the Liverpool manager was full of praise for how his players emerged from a difficult two thirds of the term with an 11-game unbeaten stretch that dates back to early April.

“There’s not a lot to learn from this season but I think what there is to learn is to say that at a club like ours where the expectations are so high – and rightly so – that when things don’t go well, it pretty quickly starts with blaming each other and that didn’t happen yet, especially last week when you could see that our people are more than just with us,” Klopp said.

“They are still completely behind us. I like that a lot. But there’s nothing really [new to learn] and I said it now a couple of times, the better you behave in a crisis the better you get out of it and I really thought that was the case for us.

“Again we are really, really not happy about it. And for a club like us, it is massive not to qualify for the Champions League, I have to say. But in the next few years, we will see how many teams are playing for that now and have the fight to be in it who will not be in it.

“That would be easier, but we still have to do it, so we will try with all we have. If we improve we are all of a sudden a team who nobody else wants to play against and that is what we have to become again.

“I think in some games in this season some teams were happy to face us now and I think that is the worst thing to happen to you, I hated these moments. But that is over now, so let’s start again.”

Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino gave Liverpool a 2-0 lead at St Mary’s before James Ward-Prowse and Kamaldeen Sulemana responded before the interval.

Sulemana then gave the Saints the advantage before Adam Armstrong made it 4-2 after the hour mark. Two goals in as many minutes from Cody Gakpo and Jota evened it up once more, however, in an entertaining end-of-season fixture.

Klopp added: “It was a top start, an outstanding finish. In between? Pfft. Yeah. Let me start with the most important thing; I really felt today that Southampton is an outstanding club.

“When you see the people, after relegation, which is obviously the worst thing to happen, and the atmosphere is like it is, that is pretty special, I have to say. I liked that a lot.

“But then we are 2-0 up, and you know that these Southampton players want to pay these people back, and we let them. We just opened the door for a really talented, offensive team.

“With the speed they have, the counter attacking, I could make a list of things that we weren’t, and that led to the counter-attacks that they had, and the goals. Then it’s 2-2, 4-2, and then all of sudden we started doing the right things again, the things that we wanted to do from the start. Then it was more or less spectacular, and we could have scored a fifth or a sixth.”


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