Trent Alexander-Arnold and Fabinho will get the chance to change squad number, should they wish to do so. The Liverpool squad are currently enjoying some time with their families before they prepare to return for pre-season training.
The Reds will be looking to retain the Premier League title and know they will have to improve once again to edge Manchester City, who have already wrapped up the signings of Ferran Torres and Nathan Ake.
Meanwhile, Liverpool are yet to bring in any new faces yet have waved goodbye to three.
Adam Lallana has moved onto Brighton while Dejan Lovren has joined Zenit St Petersburg.
Forgotten man Nathaniel Clyne was also released upon the expiry of his contract.
It has already been confirmed that Curtis Jones will be wearing the No 17 shirt next season but there are plenty of new vacancies.
The defender is likely to spend the rest of his career at the club but there has also been talk about him moving into midfield.
Lovren’s former No 6 shirt may be of interest to Fabinho.
The Brazilian currently wears the No 3, a slightly bizarre number for a defensive midfielder.
The No 6 is usually the trademark shirt for a defensive midfielder and it’s a role Fabinho has made his own since arriving from Monaco.
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In even more complicated fashion, Fabinho’s No 3 could even then be of interest to Andy Robertson, who currently wears 26 given that he is the club’s leading left-back.
With Liverpool set to make new signings, there is much to be considered in the coming weeks.
The Reds are currently looking to sign Jamal Lewis, the Norwich City left-back who has made a great impression this season.
Players have changed numbers in the past such as Roberto Firmino (nine) and Sadio Mane (10) and the club have tended to replace all shirts that have already been bought with their old number for ones donning their new one.
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