Former Newcastle United forward Alan Shearer has given his verdict on Liverpool's attack heading into the 2022-23 campaign.
With that being the case, Shearer believes Liverpool will still be potent going forward this season.
As quoted by AW's Twitter account, he told the Liverpool Echo the following: "Liverpool also have a new-look forward line with Sadio Mane leaving and Darwin Nunez joining from Benfica. But I don’t think their attack will be any less potent than last season.
"A big reason for that is Mohamed Salah signing a new contract, which is absolutely huge for them and will be a big weight off his mind too.
"We might even see Salah playing better now, which is a frightening prospect for Premier League defences. But I still think City will have the edge come the end of the season."
Anfield Watch Verdict
Mane is a loss. The winger scored 120 goals in 269 appearances for Liverpool's first-team.
But, the Reds have gone out and added a couple of attacking players to their squad this summer.
However, the most important piece of business Liverpool have completed in recent months is tying Salah down to a new deal.
The Egyptian international is a world-class forward. There is a reason why he has won the Premier League Golden Boot on three separate occasions.
So, we can't wait to watch Salah heading into the future.