Benjamin Henrichs (Monaco):
Benjamin Henrichs’ move from Leverkusen to Monaco has proved unsuccessful till date. The right-back has exceptional talent and can groove to his fullest under a manager like Jurgen Klopp.
The 22-year-old made 22 appearances for Monaco last season and was forced to warm the bench at times. He has struggled in both the areas of the pitch, but can give fierce competition to Trent Alexander-Arnold at Liverpool. Without the right-back, the Reds failed to pick up results last season. Since the full-backs act as a creative outlet for the Reds, Henrichs can thrive in this system.
Benjamin Henrichs will prove to an excellent option in the market, but the price will be driven up because of his age. Nevertheless, the German International would be worth a gamble for the Reds.
Steven Bergwijn’s prominent rise has been brought into the light. The winger received his first national call up from the Netherland manager Ronald Koeman in October 2018. Ever since that game, the 21-year-old has established him as a regular starter for his country.
On the other hand, his record with PSV was impressive having bagged 14 goals and 12 assists last season. With the 26-goal contribution, Bergwijn attracted interest from a host of European clubs including Liverpool, AC Milan, and Ajax. The Reds are looking for a versatile forward and the Dutch could fit their profile.
It is obvious that the forward won’t be starting ahead of Sadio Mane or Mohamed Salah, but he could play supportive roles to that duo. To come off the bench, he will be a great option for the reigning Champions League winners. Bergwijn can decide games on his own at times.