One Liverpool player could leave in January, but four are unlikely.

Liverpool have been linked with a number of interesting new targets ahead of the January transfer window, but there has also been talk of a potential exit.Some players are nearing the end of their contracts at Anfield, some are looking for bigger roles elsewhere and others are becoming top targets for other clubs. Let’s take a look at the stories of Liverpool’s most talked-about players ahead of the new year and their chances of moving on to pastures new.

Joel Matip is one of the players entering the final six months of his contract and with his recent ACL injury, there are ongoing discussions about the possibility of him leaving Liverpool in January to prepare for a new challenge back in shape. I do not see. Still in his final months as a United player, Liverpool are unlikely to move him in the new year.

Some reports have suggested that Thiago could be sold when the January transfer window opens, but James Pearce recently revealed that it is “unlikely” that the Merseyside outfit will leave before his contract expires. As with Matip, the club and the player will be hoping to contribute once more before his inevitable departure in the summer.

Fabio Carvalho is technically not at Liverpool at the moment, but there is a possibility of a move for him in 2024. A recent report from The Mirror claims that United have opened talks with RB Leipzig to bring the midfielder back from loan his in Germany as they are unhappy with his limited minutes. If Liverpool can bring him back home, they plan to loan him out again for the second half of the season, this time to former club Fulham in the hope that he will get more time on the pitch.

Caoimhin Kelleher is set to leave as he looks for a more permanent role, but is unlikely to leave Liverpool in the new year. The Irishman has made huge strides in Alisson’s absence and deserves to shine as the club’s No.1, but Klopp himself has admitted he can’t let him go just yet and United are grateful to him and his efforts. A summer move is possible but Liverpool are unlikely to approve a sale at this crucial time in the Premier League.

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