Raheem Sterling finally completed his £49 million move to Manchester City on Tuesday, bringing to a close a transfer saga that has dominated Liverpool’s offseason so far.
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However, with the troubled forward having departed, and with a considerable influx of money into the Anfield coffers, the Reds are in a position to splash the cash once again.
Brendan Rodgers has already been active in the transfer market, bringing the likes of Roberto Firmino and James Milner to Liverpool, but having offloaded Sterling, he will surely now look to reinforce his offensive options over the coming months.
In this feature, we profile five players who Rodgers may well look to bring to Anfield to replace the departed 20-year-old.