Who should Liverpool keep or let go this summer? Have your say...

Jurgen Klopp made two changes for the Hull match

The January transfer window was something of a non-event for Liverpool but, with the top-six clubs tending to favour summer transfers, there could be plenty of activity once the window re-opens.

Even at this early stage, Jurgen Klopp will be drawing up his summer transfer wishlist - but what does the future hold for those already at the club?

We've selected five current players whose futures at Anfield have been the subject of debate and ask you to decide whether they should kept or shown the door.

Phil Thompson has had his say below, so make your decisions and check whether they tally with the Soccer Saturday pundit...

Loris Karius

THOMMO SAYS: "He's only 23, which is extremely young for a goalkeeper, and you look at how David de Gea was ridiculed and came back to be so good. He'll need to work for his place as Mignolet is obviously No 1 again but he should get another chance."

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 22:  Loris Karius, goalkeeper of Liverpool looks on during the Premier League match between Liverpool and West Bromwich Albion

THOMMO'S VERDICT: KEEP

Simon Mignolet

THOMMO SAYS: "I think they'll both stay unless Jurgen Klopp goes into the transfer market again. You need two decent keepers so he would only be allowed to leave if somebody as coming in."

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THOMMO'S VERDICT: KEEP

Daniel Sturridge

THOMMO SAYS: "I think he'll want to go to get first-team football and Klopp would let him to bring in somebody more fitting to his style."

Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge rues a missed chance during the EFL Cup Semi Final, Second Leg match v Southampton at Anfield, Liverpool

THOMMO'S VERDICT: LET GO

Alberto Moreno

THOMMO SAYS: "He will leave for sure. If James Milner, a ring-winger, is keeping you out of left-back then it says to me his time is up."

THOMMO'S VERDICT: LET GO

Ragnar Klavan

THOMMO SAYS: "I think it's hard for him. He's done okay, made a couple of costly errors, but he's a decent squad player in the absence of other options."

DERBY, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 20:  Ragnar Klavan (L) of Liverpool celebrates scoring the opening goal during the EFL Cup Third Round match between Derby Count

THOMMO'S VERDICT: KEEP

Mamadou Sakho

THOMMO SAYS: "If he had made more of an effort to bridge the gap with Klopp then you'd like to think he'd get another chance. I know he's let the manager down but he's a France international and you never know there might be a way to reconcile things if he proves his worth at Crystal Palace."

THOMMO'S VERDICT: KEEP

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