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Liverpool experienced midfielder James Milner will need replacing in a few years time.
And the Merseyside Reds could try to replace him with David Alaba for free in the summer.
The Reds signed Milner back in 2015, snapping him on a free transfer from their Premier League rivals Man City.
Since arriving at Anfield, he has earned cult status. The Englishman’s versatility has been crucial for Jurgen Klopp’s side and last term he has played a vital role in the Merseyside Reds success in the Champions League.
At 34-years-old, Liverpool need to accept that he won’t be around forever and should look in the market to replace him.
Liverpool should make a move for Bayern Munich defender David Alaba to fill the gap that will be left after the departure of James Milner.
The Austrian star has recently lost the place to Davies at Bayern Munich and could be open to leaving the German champions this summer.
Alaba’s deal expires in 2021 and Liverpool could try to sign him for free or on a cut-price deal in the winter.
Alaba is just 27-years-old and could be the perfect addition to Jurgen Klopp’s side as he is capable of playing in the midfield are or on a left-back position as well.