Maybe that is a surprise name in the list, but we certainly believe so. The 24-year-old joined the Anfield outfit last summer from Burnley and was heavily praised for his natural attacking instinct, but the injuries and inconsistency limited his appearances and he only managed nine appearances for the side in all competition.
According to the reports from ESPN, Liverpool rejected approaches from eight Premier League clubs for striker Danny Ings within the last month and the manager himself have praised the English attacker, but we really think that he should have let him go, on loan obviously. The reason being; the proper game time.
The manager has now deployed a 4-3-3 formation where the attacking trio will definitely be Coutinho, Firmino, and Mane. This has even let Daniel Sturridge to sit on the bench. Talking about the attacking options, Ings is behind Sturridge and Divock Origi and again, thanks to the absence of European football, the squad rotation would be minimum, hence his appearances will be cut short.