Liverpool Are Premier League Champions But What's Next

Liverpool Are Premier League Champions But What's Next?

Congratulations to Liverpool and all LFC fans! Liverpool is crowned Premier League Champions despite Covid 3 months break. It took 30 long years for LFC to claim the title and the day is finally here! Liverpool FC won the title after Chelsea beat Manchester City 2-1 earlier today and there is no mathematical way for any team to top Liverpools current points and there are still 7 more games to come. It's great that Liverpool Are Premier League Champions but what's next in the purview for Fenway group and Jurgen Klopp?

Well, the fact is that Liverpool managed to dominate in all major competitions last year they had an incredible run that has rewritten many history books and yet it's not over! Liverpool still has 7 more games to play in 2019/20 season and they will have the privilege to face their biggest rivals and last season's champions Pep Guardiola's Manchester City. July 2nd will be the day where Liverpool lads will look at their arch rivals and tell them "We are the champions, we are the champions! No time for losers cuz we are the Champions of (read it as the Queens) England!"

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So I hope that despite being the Champions Liverpool will not lose their first game as England Champs. I hope they will be hungry to rub it in Man City players faces and plant that seed of fear for the seasons to come!

Jurgen Klopp Trophies in Liverpool

Liverpool will not be able to defend their Champions League title after a devastating loss to Atletico Madrid.

So, Liverpool Are Premier League Champions But What's Next?

First let's look at some of the social media reactions!

The next thing is to break a few more records and rewrite history books, right?


Jurgen Klopp will have to make sure he secures contracts with his key player - Sadio Mane, and looks to add more depth in critical position especially LB backup. There are many players linked with LFC this summer some less likely such as Koulibaly and Thiago Silva, and some that could be on a verge to join LFC.

Klopp also needs to make sure that more of his players do not suffer any unnecessary injury like Matip, and Millner and turns the rest of the season into "youngsters show me what you got" rest of the season.

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