Jürgen Klopp names seven Liverpool players who can shine under 'new influence' Arne Slot

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Jürgen Klopp believes his Liverpool youngsters can reach another level under his successor at Anfield. The Reds boss will bring the curtain down on his nine-year tenure on Sunday, when his side hosts Wolves.

It is sure to be an emotional occasion and Klopp was serenaded by the travelling support once again during Monday night's thrilling 3-3 draw with Aston Villa. His side had led 3-1 going into the closing stages of the match before a late double from substitute Jhon Durán.

Despite the late setback, it was a special night for defender Jarell Quansah, who capped an impressive debut campaign in the first-team set-up with his first Premier League goal.

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Quansah's almighty leap to head in Harvey Elliott's free-kick saw Jamie Carragher liken him to Cristiano Ronaldo, telling Sky Sports: "His body position when the ball is in the air, this header is absolutely out of this world."

The 21-year-old has capitalized on Joël Matip's lengthy injury lay-off to become a first-team regular and Klopp expects he and Elliott to improve further next season, alongside five young teammates.

Asked if the progress of young players was a positive to take from the campaign, Klopp said in his post-match press conference: "I am allowed to see just the good bits of it.

"Harvey is already in his third season, if not the fourth. He's already a while here, he was already the best player and badly injured and stuff like this. Jarell, Conor [Bradley], James McConnell, Bobby Clark, Kaide Gordon, Stefan Bajčetić. The basis is there, new influences always help. That is how it is."

Arne Slot is set to be the man to capitalize on Klopp's development of Liverpool's youngsters this season. The Feyenoord boss expects his appointment to be confirmed 'in a matter of days' with the two clubs having already reached an agreement over a compensation package. says: Quansah has had an excellent debut campaign in the Premier League and he is only going to get better. His emergence saw Klopp shelve plans to add a defender in the transfer window and he will give Slot plenty of food for thought moving forward.

Klopp is right to mention his teammates too and while we all know about Harvey Elliott's talents, others have surprised this season. Conor Bradley looks as though he has played at this level for years and the likes of Bobby Clark and Stefan Bajčetić will hope for more exposure next season.