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Three key Liverpool players could follow Jurgen Klopp out of the club with their contracts expiring in 2025

Three key Liverpool players could follow Jurgen Klopp out of the club with their contracts expiring in 2025

A mass exodus at Anfield?

Jurgen Klopp shocked the footballing world on Friday by announcing he will leave his post as Liverpool boss at the end of the 2023/24 season.

The 56-year-old has enjoyed a decorated nine-year stint as manager at Anfield so far, winning the UEFA Champions League, Premier League and FA Cup.

Having built a squad most teams in Europe would be jealous of, the German's exit will no doubt leave shockwaves across Merseyside come the summer months, with there still questions to be asked over the future of some of his key players.

Mohamed Salah's continued interest from the Saudi Pro League continues to be a particular hot topic, with the Egyptian forward still touted as one of the best in his position in world football.

But Salah, like two other of Liverpool's key men, are set to be out of contract with the Reds from 2025, leaving questions over their futures at the club too.

Virgil van Dijk and Trent Alexander-Arnold also have just over a year left on their respective deals, with the spine of Klopp's side potential just one summer away from being dismantled.

Van Dijk joined Liverpool from Southampton back in 2018 and has since gone on to establish himself as one of the world's best in his position.

But now aged 32, some will question just how long the Netherlands international can continue at the very top level, with the potential for Liverpool to reinvest another possible avenue.

Liverpool have been told to let Salah leave. (Image

Alexander-Arnold, a fully-fledged England international, has seen a euphoric rise from the club's academy system over the years and continues to be renowned as one the Three Lions' best with the ball at his feet.

At 25, Trent still arguably has his best years to come and given he has played for just one club his whole career, most wouldn't dare to think about him not turning out at Anfield week in, week out.

Whether FSG can commit the trio to continue their stay with the Reds beyond 2025 remains to be seen and Klopp's final six months could prove pivotal in helping to decide just that.

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Topics: Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp, Mohamed Salah, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil Van Dijk