Marko Grujic: HIT I don't think he's going to get double-figure goals or assists, or anything silly like that. But, I do think he will show us enough during the season to suggest he has the ability to become a very good player. For a youngster that's enough to count as a 'Hit' for me. Joel Matip: HIT Looks calm and assured at the back already and that he might well offer a far more potent threat in the opposition's box than we've probably had since big Sami (barring Skrtel's one season wonder). No big fee also helps. Loris Karius: HIT Hopefully his hand sorts itself our soon and he can get a game in the next round of the League Cup. As long as he doesn't throw one into his own goal then I expect he'd then retain his place for the next league game and become our first choice for the rest of the season. Not being Mignolet and having some ability with his feet is going to help him massively! Sadio Mane: HIT Already gives us a totally different edge when he's in the team. Real pace out wide, the ability (and confidence) to take on his man and a better end product (so far) than either Ibe or Sterling showed for us has transformed us going forward. Even if he has a drop-off in terms of goals/assists at some point in the season, as he did with Southampton, then I still think his pace will be enough to worry teams and create more space for Phil/Bobby/Studge, etc., to work in. Ragnar Klavan: HIT With everyone fit then I don't expect Klavan to play a great deal, but he looks very solid and composed and won't let anyone down when he is called upon. As a cheap back-up CB what more can you ask for? Again at his price then he has no pressure on him from the fans/media and if Sakho doesn't make up with Klopp then he could even force his way into the first team if Lovren has a drop off in form or someone has a protracted injury lay off. Alex Manninger: HIT I'm going to go with 'Hit', just because he's come in on a free and that allows the younger keepers to go out on loan and get real game time. Do I expect him to get any minutes for us? No. But he's cheap, will no doubt be able to pass on some of his experience to Karius (and is a native German speaker which may help Karius as well?) and is an upgrade on Adam Bogdan and Brad Jones. We won't be able to prove if he's a Hit or Miss (hopefully, unless we have a major injury crisis!), so you'll all just have to take my word for it! Georginio Wijnaldum: MISS Unfortunately I don't think he improves our team enough for the money paid. He will probably finish as our highest-scoring midfielder (taking Mane and Coutinho as 'forwards' because they'll primarily play in the front 3 of the 4-3-3) so might be seen as a Hit is some quaters, but my guess is that he'll still be <10 goals and I can't see him registering particularly highly on assists either. For £25m that's just not a big enough return and we could have got far better value elsewhere. Hopefully I'm wrong!