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Liverpool have broken own unwritten transfer 'rule' with Jurgen Klopp midfield signing stance

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Considering Liverpool are known for being masters of the transfer market, and their success has largely hinged on getting things right in various windows across Jürgen Klopp's tenure, their midfield plan is slightly strange.

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As a general rule, Liverpool have always moved ahead of the times with their recruitment.

Admittedly, there is still the January transfer window, as was the period in which Díaz arrived, in which it could happen, but Liverpool's previous transfer history suggests buying ahead of time is crucial.

The point is simple: usually, as a rule, Liverpool have bought players a year ahead of them really being needed, giving them time to adapt in the overlapping period.

The fact that they already look light in midfield right now is a concern, but it is also slightly out of sync with their usual bigger picture strategy.

Harvey Elliott will, perhaps sooner rather than later, make himself a mainstay in the Liverpool midfield after a development period, while even Andy Robertson took his time before ousting Alberto Moreno in the team at left-back.
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