The pacy Spaniard arrived at Merseyside with huge expectations following an impressive time with Sevilla. While he did not do special things initially, it was expected that Moreno would eventually shine. And Klopp’s arrival was supposedly the key for Moreno’s revival. However, despite the continued trust, Moreno has failed to make a mark. He was one of the primary reasons behind Liverpool’s defeat to Sevilla in the Europa league final. Ever since that defeat, Moreno has found playing time hard to come by. Andy Robertson’s impressive showings have not helped the situation and Moreno has yet to make a solitary appearance in the Premier league so far. Moreno’s contract expires in the summer and all signs point that this might be the end of his time at Liverpool.
3) Lazar Markovic
The Serbian is one of those players for whom the burden of comparisons ultimately proved too much. Markovic was one of the many signings Brendan Rodgers made in order to smoothen the transition after Luis Suarez’s departure. And like the many signings Liverpool made that summer, Markovic too has struggled to make any kind of impact. He was shipped out to Fenherbace after just one season where he failed to score despite making some 14 appearances. Underwhelming spellsat Andrelecht, Sporting and Hull have since followed. Markovic looks some way off from the player everyone thought he might develop into and is likely to be let go off when his contract expires this summer.
2) Divock Origi
Origi was one of the first players to benefit from Jurgen Klopp’s arrival at Liverpool. He was brought straight into the starting XI for Klopp’s first game in charge. However, despite relentless trust from Klopp and some good moments here and there, Origi has failed to truly make his mark. He was sent to Wolfsburg to gain some consistency but did not make the desirable impact. He now finds himself warming the bench and is currently third choice behind Sturridge and Firmino. A move again is likely on the cards for Origi as he looks to bring his career back on track. Still 23, Origi will surely have some suitors.
With Alisson’s arrival, Liverpool’s goalkeeping problems now seem a thing of past. The Brazilian has the authority and character to hold the position something Liverpool haven’t quite had for sometime now. That though is not solely down to Mignolet as Liverpool’s defence lacked a Van Djik too back in the day. He is still good shotstopper though has some flaws too. Mignolet aired his frustration at being denied a move by Liverpool, who instead sent Karius on loan. For a player who has played more than 200 games and is Belgium’s no two, Mignolet is too good to be warming the bench. He is yet to make an appearance in the Premier league and that is unlikely to change in the future so a move would certainly benefit both parties as it would also allow Liverpool to promote a young goalkeeper from their ranks.