Liverpool are preparing to look different next season (2022-2023) after the arrival of new players and the departure of others, most notably Senegal’s Sadio Mane.
Mane was one of the mainstays of Liverpool’s formation for a number of seasons before moving Mercato to Bayern Munich this summer.
On the other hand, Liverpool struck 3 deals in the current summer transfer window, signing forward Darwin Nunez, playmaker Fabio Carvalho and fullback Calvin Ramsey.
Liverpool are unlikely to make any new moves in the summer of 2022, according to what was previously confirmed by the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, leaving German coach Jurgen Klopp, the “Reds” coach, fully aware of the situation. the form of his team next season.
Depth of the Liverpool team
Liverpool have at least two leading players in every position, meaning Klopp relies on a strong bench that will allow him to turn easily and deal with emergencies, known as ‘team depth’.
And the depth of Liverpool allows the German coach to be flexible in choosing plans to play in matches.
How will Liverpool play next season?
Britain’s “The Athletic” website said Klopp plans to play next season with a (4-2-3-1) plan, rather than the (4-3-3) he has relied on since leaving the team took over in 2015. †
The source indicated that Klopp had begun to consider a 4-2-3-1 plan after the side won (3-1) last season against Wolverhampton in the final round of the English Premier League.
This plan also helped Klopp’s team create several dangerous opportunities in the next match against Real Madrid in the Champions League final.
According to a report from the “Give Me Sport” website, Klopp has 4 options regarding the game plan, two of which rely on the (4-3-3) method.
The site indicated Klopp can rely on a method (4-2-3-1) spearheaded by Nunez, and behind him are the trio of Mohamed Salah (right), Roberto Firmino (playmaker) and Luis Diaz (left) . †
It is possible that Liverpool will play a 4-3-3 plan with the trio Salah, Nunez and Diaz in the lead, or similarly with Salah and Diaz on the boards, and Firmino as a false striker in a late position.
The fourth method, unknown in Klopp’s records with Liverpool, may be (4-1-2-1-2), with Salah and Nunez in the lead, and behind them Thiago Alcantara, and the duo of Harvey Elliott and Luis Diaz on the right and left respectively, with Fabinho in the center of the defensive midfielder.