Michael Owen believes that seven Liverpool players Jurgen Klopp should look for replacements in the near future.
The Reds have won four and played in one of five games this season this season, starting the Champions League campaign with a 3-2 win over AC Milan.
AC Milan took the lead after a quick double before the half before Mohamed Salah and Jordan Henderson scored after the break to win the first team game for Klopp side.
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It was another brilliant evening at Anfield, but Owen highlighted concerns about his former team before the game.
Henderson, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dyck, Alison, Fabinho and Andy Robertson have renewed their deals with Liverpool this summer, but Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino have yet to hand over their future to the club.
All three attackers are 29 years old, their current deals expire in June 2023, and Owen believes that action will soon need to be taken in the transfer window.
“I think Liverpool we are going to solve it, “he said BT Sport.
“I think that is the biggest concern [that] all will be old at the same time, in three or four years. Look at the top three: Firmino, Salah and Mane – all in the late 20’s.
“In three or four years you are not going to replace one, it will suddenly break down, and you have to replace two of them.
“I think it’s the general of the whole team – Matips, Van Dykes – they’re all in their late 20s.
“You have your Henderson and Milners, but it’s good, it’s an experience, but when there’s oversaturation – it happens – in four, five years, that’s what Jürgen Klopp has to decide next year.”
Liverpool were quiet in the transfer window – certainly, compared to the title rivals – only 36 million pounds Ibrahim Konate.
Instead, they focused on concluding new deals for key players and moving on to some of their players on the team.
Xherdan Shaqiri, Harry Wilson, Marko Grujic and Taiwo Awoniyi left the club forever, adding to the bank for potential reinvestment in the team in the coming windows.