Mark Lawrenson has told BBC Sport that he is expecting Liverpool to beat Southampton when the pair meet at Anfield this weekend – but made a concerning claim regarding their top four hopes.The Reds are currently seven points off Chelsea.But they do have a game in hand after their clash with Manchester United was postponed on Sunday.
Lewis Hamilton and Mo Salah win big at the Laureus World Sports Awards, with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp calling Salah's gong 'well deserved'
Sir Lewis Hamilton and Mo Salah were recognised for their activism at the prestigious Laureus World Sports Awards on Thursday evening.Hamilton was singled out for his racial justice protests throughout his successful campaign to win a seventh F1 world title.After being named athlete advocate of the year, he said: 'This past year has been incredibly difficult for so many, but it has also been heartening to see the power of our collective voices spark new conversations and change.
The Liverpool manager has given fresh insight into what Mohamed Salah is like off the pitch following his latest individual accolade Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said that his star striker Mohamed Salah “is an even better person than he is a player” as Salah scooped the Sporting Inspiration prize at the Laureus World Sports awards.
Harvey Elliott, while speaking on the Counter Attack Podcast, has issued Jurgen Klopp a statement of intent over his Liverpool role for next season by declaring himself ready to make a difference for the Premier League side.The 18-year-old has been one of the real sensations of the Championship season since joining Blackburn Rovers on loan in October, and is determined to now take his talent to the next stand and make a name for himself on his return to Anfield.
How “elite” Mohamed Salah can make it ugly for mismatched Southampton Southampton will be looking to heap yet more Anfield misery on the Reds this weekend, but they have endured struggles of their own this season.You might be planning on enjoying a drink or a takeaway on Saturday night, but Jurgen Klopp and his players can’t!
A move for Leipzig's exciting young defender Ibrahima Konaté has been on the cards for weeks.The 21 year-old French defender, along with his centre back partner, Dayot Upamecano, have been on Liverpool's radar from even before the 2021 winter transfer window.Since then, Upamecano has secured a move to Bundesliga and reigning European champions, Bayern Munich, and will join the Bavarians from the start of the 2021/22 football campaign.
Liverpool are up against Southampton in the Premier League this weekend, and go into the fixture on the back of a poor run of form.After looking to have secured slender 1-0 victories against Leeds and Newcastle, the Reds collapsed in both games and dropped four points.
The ‘Voice of Anfield’, George Sephton, has released a new book all about his experience working as Liverpool’s stadium announcer for the past 50 years.Speaking to Steph McGovern on Channel 4, the Liverpudlian was promoting his work when he got two lovely messages dropped on him by the host.
European permutations and 4 more questions Liverpool fans are asking The season is nearing its end for Liverpool but there are still a number of loose ends to tie up and questions fans are sure to have on the tip of their tongue.The Reds are currently experiencing a rare 14-day break between games without international exploits or winter breaks due to the postponement of the clash at Man United.
Ibrahima Konate has agreed personal terms with Liverpool as he closes in on a move to Anfield, according to reports.The RB Leipzig centre-back looks set to depart the Red Bull Arena at the end of the season.Konate will be available for around £30.5 due to a release clause in his Leipzig contract.
Ralph Hasenhuttl: Southampton manager frustrated with VAR after Jannik Vestergaard's red card was overturned
Watch Liverpool vs Southampton live on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event this Saturday from 7:45pm, kick-off 8:15pm; Vestergaard is available for Saints' clash with Jurgen Klopp's side after his one-match ban was rescinded following a successful appeal over a red-card decision 0:52 Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl feels let down by VAR once more after seeing the red card shown to defender Jannik Vestergaard against Leicester overturned on appeal.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has no new injury concerns heading into Saturday's Premier League clash with Southampton, but he is still contending with a lengthy list of absentees.Defenders Virgil Van Dijk (knee), Joe Gomez (knee) and Joel Matip (ankle) remain on the treatment table, while captain Jordan Henderson (groin) and Divock Origi (muscle) are still a few weeks away from a full recovery.
Back-page headlines and transfer rumours from Thursday's newspapers... DAILY MIRROR Jose Mourinho's move to Roma could open the door for a Liverpool deal for Lorenzo Pellegrini.Jurgen Klopp is "absolutely" staying at Liverpool regardless of whether his side qualify for next season's Champions League, the manager's agent has confirmed.
Without Champions League football, Liverpool are not going to have a fancy summer spree.Dented by the impacts of the pandemic, the club will need to bolster the squad and search for ‘bargains’ in a volatile market.It is clear Jurgen Klopp needs fresh faces.
Klopp planning crunch talks with Liverpool ace that could have major repercussions for his future at Anfield
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is reportedly planning to hold talks with loaned-out forward Takumi Minamino in the coming weeks.The 26-year-old is currently out on loan at Southampton and his long-term future remains unclear after a relative lack of impact during his time at the St Mary’s Stadium.
Wake up with Liverpool.com: Liverpool's game with Manchester United has been rearranged, and it now means that Leicester City could be the beneficiaries.Ah, we've hit the Nadir of supporting Liverpool in 2020/21, I see.The final nobody wanted but everybody expected, in the place where Steven Gerrard inspired dreams became reality, no less.
Jurgen Klopp’s agent Marc Kosicke has reiterated that Liverpool’s manager remains committed to the cause, despite our struggle of a season and the fallout from the ownership’s attempts to form a breakaway European Super League.“Absolutely!No discussion,” Kosicke told Sky Sports Germany when asked if Klopp’s thoughts about the Liverpool job remain the same.
Many Liverpool fans have been reacting on social media after Le Parisien reported that Paris Saint-Germain are eying Mohamed Salah as a potential Kylian Mbappe replacement.Mbappe is steadfast on his desires to leave Le Parc des Princes this summer and is yet to hold discussions with the Ligue 1 giants over a new contract, with his current terms set to expire next year.
The agent of Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has rubbished suggestions that the German could step down from his Anfield post this summer.Klopp has guided Liverpool to Premier League and Champions League success over the past couple of years, but he has overseen a dismal campaign on Merseyside this time around, as the Reds have been knocked out of Europe and have already relinquished their top-flight crown.