Jurgen Klopp has assembled a group of superstars at Liverpool with a team just about as close to perfection as you can get.

There is barely a chink in the armour of every and any starting XI the German boss puts out which has in itself made for a side capable of repeatedly claiming every major trophy available to them in world football.

And not only is the world-class level at Anfield limited to the pitch because off it, around Melwood and in the dressing room, there is an incredible attitude, mentality and atmosphere regularly hailed as the finest around.

It would, therefore, make sense that hardly any players in the squad are hoping to head for the exit door this summer when the transfer window opens.

Naturally, there are a couple who want to leave for more playing time such as Adam Lallana and Nathaniel Clyne.

There are others who want to play more too and although they may also think they can make that happen elsewhere, they could realistically get a chance in this distinguished team to ignite their seasons during the title run-in and force their way back into Klopp's thinking - therefore being granted those much-desired minutes on the pitch at one of the best clubs in the world.

So here are the four senior players in that position and three younger ones who could depart for different reasons.

Xherdan Shaqiri

Shaqiri has had a tumultuous time with injuries over the past year while he has also become frustrated at how little game time he is getting at Liverpool.

Both Roma and Sevilla offered to take the 28-year-old on loan until the end of the season but the move was blocked by Klopp, who was keen to retain as many senior options as possible.

Despite barely featuring at Anfield, there could be a last hurrah for Shaqiri during the title run-in as Liverpool get set to go full tilt for three separate trophies.

And should he come into the side to perform consistently and as well as the faithful Kop know he can, the Swiss international may well start coming back to the forefront of the manager's mind.

Naby Keita

In the eyes of many, Keita is yet to truly catch fire.

The talented playmaker arrived at Anfield with so much promise the club moved to sign him a full year in advance of his arrival on Merseyside and sure enough arrived with the mark of a midfielder who could do it all to the tune of £52.75m.

However, in 65 Premier League matches under Klopp the Guinean is yet to put a run together of more than four consecutive starts before being rested, demoted or suffering from an injury.

When he gets another chance at Liverpool he will need to grasp it with both hands and consistently perform for the Reds in order to convince Klopp he should remain a vital part of the plans for next season and beyond.

Dejan Lovren

As much as anyone, Lovren will be playing for his Liverpool future if and when he returns to the starting XI with the club having previously been open to selling the centre-back.

With the Reds set to secure the league title he could well come into the side for games towards the end of the season, particularly to give players a rest if Liverpool are still fighting for more than one trophy.

Should such events transpire, it would be up to the Croatian to grasp his chance and display his talents in the heart of defence to convince Klopp he is worthy of being kept around while elevating his status at the club to be in with a chance of more playing time next term.

Divock Origi

Divock Origi during the Premier League match between West Ham United and Liverpool FC at London Stadium on January 29, 2020
Divock Origi during the Premier League match between West Ham United and Liverpool FC at London Stadium on January 29, 2020

If Origi wanted to stay at Liverpool for the rest of his life, there would almost certainly be no fan begrudging him, after his exploits both at home and on the continent last season.

However, with the Reds operating at the very top of world football the striker is one who may well need to showcase his ability when he is next thrust onto the pitch to show Klopp he is a man for the future.

And that is because there is now Takumi Minamino to think about while certain star frontmen are being repeatedly linked with Liverpool too.

Curtis Jones

There is no doubt Jones is ready to make the step-up to first-team football.

When the 19-year-old plays in the Academy set-up it almost appears as if he's dropped down a level, proved once again by his eight-minute hat-trick at the weekend against Sunderland.

The creative midfielder has proved on several occasions this season when making appearances for the Liverpool first-team and while training at Melwood that he is a player for the future and will unquestionably be in Klopp's plans.

Whether that is next season though, or he is loaned out to another top-flight club for his development to continue, remains to be seen.

Rhian Brewster

Brewster was on fire before suffering a devastating ankle injury that took a long time to recover from and needed surgery.

Upon returning to fitness, the highly-rated teenager set about getting back to his best and made a couple of appearances for the Reds in both the FA Cup and League Cup.

Although not really setting the world alight at first-team level with Liverpool, the striker remains very highly regarded at Melwood and he was loaned out to Championship side Swansea in January where he has started to strut his stuff by scoring three times in nine appearances so far and helping his side to more consistent results.

Klopp is keeping an eye on how the 19-year-old is getting on and will no doubt want to bring him back to Melwood to continue his development at the end of the season before making a decision about whether to introduce him into the senior set-up full-time or find him another loan to continue growing elsewhere before being placed into the Liverpool spotlight.

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The midfielder moved on from the Bluebirds to join Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin on loan this season and there have been positive noises coming from everywhere he has been.

The 23-year-old will return at the end of the campaign where Klopp will assess the Serbian's two years away from Anfield and decide whether he remains surplus to requirements and time to see or good enough to keep for another loan spell or a run with the senior squad.