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Mane gets 8.5/10, Alisson 8/10 – Liverpool player ratings from 2-0 win vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

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Liverpool vs Wolverhampton Wanderers ratings: Liverpool player ratings

Liverpool held their end of the bargain as they beat Wolves 2-0 at Anfield, thanks to a Sadio Mane brace.

The Reds finished the campaign on 97 points and it was always going to be tough for Manchester City to drop points against Brighton. Mane opened the scoring in the 17th minute from a Trent Alexander-Arnold delivery and there were more cheers 10 minutes later when Glenn Murray gave Brighton the lead.

However, City scored immediately from the kick-off, with Sergio Aguero finding the back of the net and Aymeric Laporte made it 2-1 at the Amex before half-time.

City made it 3-1 via Riyad Mahrez before Ilkay Gundogan got the fourth to wrap up the title for Pep Guardiola’s side.

Mane got the final goal of our Premier League campaign as he ended up alongside Mohamed Salah as the top scorer for the Reds.

This still has been an incredible season for the Reds and we can finish on a high with the Champions League final on June 1 against Spurs.

Records were broken throughout the campaign for the Reds and there wasn’t much wrong done in the campaign.

Hopefully, there will be some title celebrations in a couple of weeks, and it will be interesting to see what our plans are for the upcoming season.

Liverpool player ratings

Alisson – 8/10

The Brazilian made some great saves in the second half to preserve his clean sheet and win the Golden Glove award.

Trent Alexander-Arnold – 7.5/10

Two assists for the Englishman as he racked up 12 assists in the Premier League as a right-back.

Virgil van Dijk – 8/10

The Dutchman was barely troubled the entire evening and will look forward to the Champions League final.

Joel Matip – 8/10

Matip was excellent at the back alongside Van Dijk and was our best defender on the night.

Andy Robertson – 6.5/10

Robertson was included in the game after his injury against Barcelona but the Scot was not at his best. Robbo was caught out of position a couple of times and was sloppy in possession.

Fabinho – 7/10

The Brazilian did a fine job in the midfield and wasn’t tested as much as he was against Barcelona.

Georginio Wijnaldum – 7/10

Wijnaldum put in a shift for the Reds but he too wasn’t as effective as he was against the Catalans.

Jordan Henderson – 7/10

The captain did his bit for the side but he just did not have the energy as he did in midweek. Hendo came out from the game unscathed and hopefully, he starts the Champions League final.

Mohamed Salah – 7/10

The Egyptian tried his best to get his 23rd goal of the season but to no avail. Now the forward must think of the Champions League final and lead us to glory.

Divock Origi – 6.5/10

Origi put in a decent shift before being subbed, and had one decent chance to score but saw his shot get deflected.

Sadio Mane – 8.5/10

Mane didn’t have to get out of second gear in this game but picked up a couple of goals to tie Salah and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as the top scorers in the Premier League.

Substitutes

James Milner – 6/10

The Englishman came on and we changed the shape to a 4-4-2.

Joe Gomez – N/A

Came on late in the game.

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – N/A

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Liverpool legend open to these two Tottenham stars adding an extra-dimension to the attack

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Latest Liverpool transfer news: John Aldridge open to Lucas Moura and Son Heung-min joining Liverpool

Liverpool legend John Aldridge wrote for the Irish Independent and believes the Reds need to add some players to their attack.

The Reds were excellent last season and capped off the campaign by winning the Champions League.

Son Heung-min

Our attack was stretched a little with Roberto Firmino’s injury late in the season but Divock Origi scored some crucial goals for us. Aldridge believes that the Reds have to bolster the attack and a quality centre-forward could add an “extra dimension” to the side.

The former Red named a couple of Tottenham players and wondered if we could pry them from our rivals (h/t Liverpool Echo):

“So I wonder whether Lucas Moura could be prised away from Tottenham, as he had to be a little bemused to be left out of their Champions League final starting line-up after he scored a fantastic hat-trick in the semi-final against Ajax.

“Moura is a tricky forward who could slot into the team if any of the front three were out and the same could be said of his team-mate Son Heung-min, although I would be surprised if Spurs allowed the South Korean to leave after his outstanding season.”

Aldridge backed Jurgen Klopp and his team to possibly have an ace up the sleeve and sign a quality striker in the summer.

Wilfried Zaha

The former Red threw Wilfried Zaha’s name in the mix and claimed that Klopp could take the Ivorian to another level (h/t Liverpool Echo).

Son would be a great addition to the Reds

Son is one of the best in the Premier League and can play in the wide positions or as an attacking midfielder.

Moura might have done the magic for Spurs against Ajax, however, Son is more consistent and will improve in the coming seasons.

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It would be a miracle if we could steal the South Korean from Tottenham, but we should be in the market for a striker after seeing Daniel Sturridge leave in the summer.

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Liverpool willing to send 22-year-old starlet on loan to Premier League clubs

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Liverpool FC transfer news: Reds willing to send Harry Wilson on loan to Premier League sides

The Birmingham Mail reports that Liverpool will allow young winger Harry Wilson to join Premier League clubs on loan next season.

The 22-year-old was excellent for Derby as they reached the Championship play-off final, but he could not get them over the line.

Harry Wilson

Harry Wilson

The Welsh attacker racked up 16 goals and four assists for the Rams, and the report claims that this would be a blow for several Championship clubs interested in Wilson.

Derby and Leeds were interested in the 22-year-old, according to the report, but Premier League club Wolves are also keeping tabs on the attacker.

The Reds could sell Wilson for a fee of £20m while Wolves and other suitors could be interested in a loan deal for the Welshman (h/t Birmingham Mail).

Liverpool to finalise Wilson’s fate soon

The report claims that any decision on Wilson’s future depends on his performances in pre-season.

Harry Wilson Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp wants to take a close look at the 22-year-old in the summer as the Welshman tries to break into the Liverpool first-team.

Liverpool could do with cover for Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane out wide, and Wilson was in the form of his life last season.

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The 22-year-old could be an important player for us next season, however, he still has to improve a lot before being considered a starter at Liverpool.

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Liverpool talisman decides against £150million exit despite interest from European giants

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Liverpool FC transfer news: Mohamed Salah rejects £150million exit from Liverpool

The Mirror claims that Egyptian sensation Mohamed Salah has rejected a move away from Liverpool in the summer. The 27-year-old scored in the Champions League final to help the Reds win their first title under Jurgen Klopp.

Salah also won his second consecutive Golden Boot after ending the Premier League campaign as one of the top scorers.

The report claims that Real Madrid and Juventus were lining up £150million bids for the forward, and the Egyptian has been tempted by the two European giants.

However, the report claims that Salah feels it is not the right time to leave Anfield, given our Champions League exploits.

Sadio Mane is another player who has been enquired about, but the report claims that the Senegal star is in no mood to leave either.

The pair want to win the Premier League for the Reds and break that duck next season, and Salah will revisit his situation at the end of the next season (h/t Mirror).

No reason to leave Liverpool at all

There isn’t any reason why a player would want to leave the Reds at the moment.

Jurgen Klop lifts the Champions League trophy

Jurgen Klopp lifts the Champions League trophy

We play great football under Klopp, we have been on the up ever since he arrived and seem set to challenge for more trophies next season.

We have seen Philippe Coutinho struggle after his big move to Barcelona, while Real and Juve are in a transition period.

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Liverpool are more stable than the other clubs, and another trophy or two next season should keep everyone on board.

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