Liverpool journalist Josh Williams has been sharing his thoughts on the possibility of the Merseyside club signing Paris Saint-Germain attacker Kylian Mbappe this summer. This comes after Williams made an appearance on a recent episode of the Liverpool Echo’s Blood Red Podcast where he spoke about a range of topics concerning Jurgen Klopp’s side.
Liverpool have been incredibly sensible in the transfer market of late - but the same cannot be said of all the teams across the Premier League Liverpool should rightly be seen as the club with the best transfer model of those clubs at the top end of the Premier League, but Arsenal could be about to help prove that even more.
Everton are still looking to replace Carlo Ancelotti and are closing in on appointing Nuno Espirito Santo Nuno Espirito Santo is close to becoming the new manager of Everton following the sudden departure of Carlo Ancelotti to Real Madrid. The Blues' selection process remains ongoing, but the former Wolves boss is the firm favourite to land the job and is expected to hold further talks with the Blues in the coming days.
Liverpool Echo journalist Josh Williams has claimed that Michael Edwards could look at Germany and Borussia Mönchengladbach midfielder Florian Neuhaus this summer. Following the departure of long-time servant Georginio Wijnaldum, Jurgen Klopp is expected to try to seek a replacement for the Dutch midfielder, who played 51 times in all competitions for Liverpool last season.
Liverpool sold Rhian Brewster to Sheffield United last summer for a fee of around £23.5m - even though he had never played a league game in a Reds shirt Liverpool have plenty of decisions to make in the transfer market this summer when it comes to departures, with significant money possible to be generated from player sales.
Josh Williams has been speaking on the latest edition of the Royal Blue podcast about Everton’s search for a new manager. Carlo Ancelotti decided earlier this week that he was done with the Toffees and took the Real Madrid job, leaving Everton to soldier on and find someone else.
Liverpool take on Southampton at Anfield later today needing to win to keep any hopes of a Champions League finish alive, but Danny Ings will be missing through injury Liverpool allowing Danny Ings to move on cannot be considered a wrong move given the minutes he would have played for Jurgen Klopp and the transfer fee that they received.
Analysing Anfield's Josh Williams sat down with Tom Leach to discuss the details around Takumi Minamino's time at Southampton Takumi Minamino hasn't been presented with the greatest platform to thrive in England since moving from Austria, which eventually resulted in Liverpool allowing him to transfer to Southampton on loan.
Mohamed Salah will not be leaving Liverpool any time soon but the Reds still need to plan for the future of their front line Liverpool's evolution in all areas of the pitch will always be a talking point, but never more so than when it comes to their forward line. The fact that Liverpool's first-choice front three of the previous three seasons are all edging closer to turning 30 means that life after each of them must be contemplated by those in charge of recruitment. That is not to say that the trio will all
Liverpool have been lauded for their transfer strategy - and rightly so - but they have missed out on some big talents in recent years too Critiquing Liverpool when it comes to recruitment in recent seasons would largely be an unfruitful task, but there is one regard in which they have perhaps missed out when it comes to attracting certain talents. There were murmurs that they might move for Jude Bellingham, who has announced himself on the Champions League stage in his debut season in Germany, when he left
Liverpool take on Aston Villa at the weekend and are yet to learn whether or not a player better in one regard then Kylian Mbappe will be featuring Liverpool face another must-win Premier League fixture as they bid to make the top four spots this weekend, with Aston Villa coming to
Analysing Anfield's Josh Williams sat down with Om Arvind to discuss the tactical elements of the Champions League clash Liverpool face Real Madrid tonight in what promises to be a heavyweight clash between two historic clubs who have lifted the Champions League trophy a combined 19 times overall.
Everton are punching considerably above their weight when it comes to their statistics this season and Carlo Ancelotti is the reason why.
Liverpool take on a resurgent Fulham side at Anfield on Sunday afternoon with both sides having had a similar 2021 so far Liverpool have already lost five matches on the spin at Anfield, making it their worst ever run of form at home, but in Fulham on Sunday, they have an
Paul Gorst and Josh Williams team up to investigate exactly what has gone wrong and whether Liverpool have been unlucky this season Jurgen Klopp was still learning the names of everyone at Melwood when he was introduced to Ian Graham in November 2015.
Gini Wijnaldum's Liverpool contract is expiring at the end of the 2020/21 season and Jurgen Klopp has been relying on him considerably so far this year Liverpool need to find a successor for Gini Wijnaldum ahead of next season - but they might already have their man.
Liverpool face a similar test in the Champions League to what they faced last weekend, meaning they have had the perfect dress rehearsal Liverpool have the perfect template for how to get a positive result in the Champions League against RB Leipzig on Tuesday night - and they have already proven that they are capable of producing that kind of performance. For 78 minutes of the Premier League game with Leicester at the weekend, Liverpool controlled proceedings in the main, keeping the Foxes' threat to a minimum,
Liverpool have picked up the same number of points as Sheffield United since Christmas Day but their Premier League underlying numbers tell a fuller story Liverpool are not in a good run of form, there can be no denying that - but there are reasons to believe that the current slump can change quickly. While performances have seemingly often been stale and without Liverpool's usual level of creativity and vigour, they are still - statistically speaking - being outplayed only by the runaway Premier League leaders,
Liverpool are currently seven points behind Man City in the Premier League title race and Pep Guardiola's side also have a game in hand Liverpool could find themselves as far behind as 10 points having played a game more than Manchester City in the title race this weekend, but despite home defeats to Burnley and Brighton at Anfield, they are not out of contention yet. That may well be the case should they lose at Anfield on Sunday against Pep Guardiola's men, but the run-in that Manchester City face, after a