Liverpool have held talks with the agents of Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane.The Manchester Evening News says Liverpool, Manchester United, and a number of unnamed clubs are holding talks with Varane's camp as he approaches his final year as a Real Madrid player.Liverpool have been without Virgil Van Dijk for the majority of the campaign, whilst Joel Matip has been in-and-out of the side with injuries himself.
Holland coach Frank de Boer is being criticised for not doing more to secure the Euros commitment of Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk.The Netherlands suffered a major blow to their Euro 2020 chances following Van Dijk's announcement that he won't take part in the tournament.The defender insisting his knee won't be ready for the tournament.
A look at how Liverpool might line up when they travel to West Bromwich Albion on Sunday Liverpool's hopes of qualifying for next season's Champions League are well and truly alive after beating Manchester United on Thursday night.With Chelsea and Leicester City in FA Cup final action this weekend, the Reds have the opportunity to close the gap on the top four when they travel to West Bromwich Albion on Sunday.
The Reds have been linked with signing Houssem Aouar and not for the first time.A closer look at statistics suggest that he would be a steal at his newly lowered asking price At a time when football clubs are losing enormous sums of money due to playing for over a year behind closed doors, they must keep an eye out for bargains in the transfer market.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has declared Mohamed Salah as one of his greatest signings.Klopp has made a number of shrewd acquisitions during his time in the dugout, including a number of big names at former club Borussia Dortmund.While it's hard to look past the signing of Robert Lewandowski, who he bought for Dortmund for just £4.5million in 2010, Klopp says: “You can sign a player but then we are all responsible, the player obviously and the coaches, to make it happen.
A gang armed with baseball bats blocked a Mercedes in during a terrifying ambush in broad daylight.The group, all dressed in dark clothes and wearing balaclavas, are believed to have forced the car to stop before setting upon the 34-year-old driver and demanding money.Police said he suffered minor injuries thought to have been caused by getting hit with a bat.
Liverpool star Virgil van Dijk has been able to console himself by the fact his injury has coincided with a period in which fans have largely not been allowed into stadiums, according to The Athletic.What's the latest Liverpool injury news?With the towering Dutch defender having been ruled out for effectively the whole season following a major cruciate ligament injury picked up in October's draw with Everton at Goodison Park, he recently took the decision to reveal that he will not be attempting to go to the delayed European Championships this summer.
Sam Allardyce has warned clubs who may be interested in swooping for West Brom players following their relegation that “there’s some cherries to pick but you won’t pick them cheap.” The Baggies boss went on to highlight goalkeeper Sam Johnstone and midfielder Matheus Pereira as examples of players he feels are worth “a lot of money”.
The penultimate weekend of the Premier League season is here with battles for European qualification taking centre stage.With Chelsea and Leicester City competing in the FA Cup final, Liverpool have the chance to move within a point of the top four when they head to already-relegated West Brom.
The pair have merged their educational establishments to form the Fowler-Carragher Academy, and the complex where Jurgen Klopp plotted Liverpool's title triumph will be their college headquarters Jamie Carragher turns to Robbie Fowler and exclaims mischievously: “It’s just come to me, there’s one memory of Melwood that stands out!” We are talking about the magic of Liverpool ’s old training ground, where the pair both arrived as wide-eyed kids, and grew into club legends.
Celtic have been Raith's role model this season but John McGlynn turns to Liverpool for play-off comeback inspiration
John McGlynn makes no secret of the fact Celtic have been the inspiration behind Raith Rovers’ success this season.Now, it is the mighty feats of Liverpool who could give them encouragement in their desperate bid to cling to their Premiership dreams.The Stark’s Park side are staring bitter play-off disappointment hard in the face after Wednesday night’s 3-0 drubbing from Dundee in their semi-final first-leg.
Jamie Carragher appeared to aim at jibe at fellow pundit Gary Neville as he explained why a finish in the Champions League places would be something Liverpool can be "proud of" Jamie Carragher believes that Liverpool’s season can be a relative success if they snatch a top four spot.
Record-breaking midfielder Bruno Fernandes said Manchester United must rediscover their form ahead of their clash with Villarreal in the Europa League final later this month Bruno Fernandes has called on Manchester United to stop their season from fizzling out before they go for glory in the Europa League final.United suffered back-to-back home defeats after Thursday’s 4-2 loss to arch rivals Liverpool, which came just 48 hours after a 2-1 reverse to Leicester.
Liverpool can close the gap on Chelsea in fourth to a point with a win at West Brom on Sunday afternoon Jurgen Klopp admits that Mohamed Salah's Liverpool achievements go relatively unnoticed outside of the club.But the Reds boss says everyone at Anfield is fully aware of just how good the Egypt international is after he netted 30th goal of the season in the 4-2 win over Manchester United.
Jurgen Klopp downplayed any tensions with Sadio Mane after the substitute rebuffed his manager’s congratulations following Liverpool’s win over Manchester United on Thursday Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has said he intends to talk to Sadio Mane after the winger rejected his advances in the wake of their 4-2 victory at Manchester United.
Manchester City broke yet another Premier League record in the 4-3 victory over St James Park, registering their twelfth away win in a row as they were forced to work hard for their three points against a resilient Newcastle side Pep Guardiola claimed that his Manchester City side celebrated confirmation of their third Premier League title on Tuesday night with a few ‘drinks, a lot of hugging and ten to fifteen pizzas’ - the hangover was evident at St James Park.
Atletico Madrid are keen to strengthen in centre midfield and Diego Simeone has his sights set on Liverpool’s Naby Keita.According to Fichajes, Keita is at the top of Simeone’s transfer wishlist as he anticipates potential departures this summer.Saul Niguez and Geoffrey Kondogbia are both attracting interest, while Arsenal loanee Lucas Torreira is expected to return to South America with Boca Juniors.
Harry Maguire looks a better player by not even playing! Man United's defensive shambles against Liverpool shows just how influential the £80m man is... they better pray he's fit for the Europa League final
Harry Maguire's ankle injury makes him touch and go for Europa League final Man United's losses to Leicester and Liverpool have underlined his importance Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof were shambolic in Thursday's 4-2 Liverpool defeat Maguire was powerless as he bellowed encouragement from the stands £80m defender is often criticised but take him out and United start to struggle His interception, aerial duel and passing statistics are among league's best Harry Maguire couldn't resist being the backseat driver again at Old Trafford on Thursday night.
What would happen if Liverpool re-signed Luis Suarez from Atletico Madrid this summer?To find out, we 'signed' the former Reds striker to see if he could have the same impact as Edinson Cavani at Manchester United next season.Veteran striker Edinson Cavani has made a huge impact at Manchester United so far this season, scoring nine goals in 25 Premier League appearances for Liverpool's historic rivals.
Sam Allardyce has warned clubs who may be interested in swooping for West Brom players following their relegation that "there's some cherries to pick but you won't pick them cheap."The Baggies boss went on to highlight goalkeeper Sam Johnstone and midfielder Matheus Pereira as examples of players he feels are worth "a lot of money".