The 3 Players Liverpool Should Sell This Summer

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The 3 Players Liverpool Should Sell This Summer
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There is no doubt that Liverpool have exceeded the expectations of most during the 2013/14 season and currently sit top of the Barclays Premier League with just two games to play.

Brendan Rodgers has worked wonders with the players at his disposal, but at times the Reds have appeared to lack any real strength in depth, highlighted by the options—or lack ofavailable to the manager during the recent 2-0 defeat to Chelsea.

With Liverpool having secured a return to the Champions League for the 2014/15 season, it is inevitable that Rodgers will dip into the transfer market in an attempt to add depth and quality to a squad looking unhealthily thin. 

With a significant number of players expected to arrive on Merseyside during the summer transfer window, there will be a select few players who for various reasons will be moved on.

Rodgers throughout the course of the season has resisted the modern-day temptation to chop and change the starting lineup from game to game, instead selecting a starting 11 from a group of 14 or 15 players.

With the Northern Irishman showing preference for select personnel, the likes of Martin Kelly, Iago Aspas, Victor Moses and Luis Alberto have all been used sparingly during the Reds' rise to the league's summit.

This article will select three players Liverpool should look to offload during the summer transfer window and highlight the reasons why they should be moved on.

They will be selected on performance, contribution and, in certain cases, transfers that would be good for the individual's career.

Read on to find out the top three players who—in this writer's opinion—should not be at Anfield come August.

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