Klopp Beats Solskjaer To Signing Of 2 Defenders Liverpool coach, Jurgen Klopp has defeated Premier League rival, Ole Gunner Solskjaer to the signing of teenage defenders, Stefan Bajcetic and Calum Scanlon. Sports site, Goal.com reports that Liverpool are set to complete the capture of teenage defenders Stefan Bajcetic and Calum Scanlon, with an announcement imminent. Liverpool had successfully beaten La Liga side, Sevilla and English club Manchester United to the signing of Bajcetic from Spanish club Celta
Liverpool are set to make first signing as club agrees to pay six figure fee for young midfielder. The Reds are on the verge of making their first acquisition ahead of the winter transfer window, which is set to open on the 1st of next month. The deal would see Jurgen Klopp's side sign one of the most amazing young talents in the football world. As reportedly reported by different sports outlets, Liverpool have agreed to pay six-figure fee for the youngster. According to a report released by The Times, Liverpool
Liverpool thrashed Crystal Palace by 7-0 on Saturday afternoon,courtesy of a brilliant display by the reds. Jurgen kloop’s men are now looking more comfortable at the top of the table, surely there's never a better time to be a Liverpool fan. However, January is just around the corner and teams across the world will be looking to sign players when the transfer window opens. But according to reports,Liverpool have Completed the signing of 15-year-old England youth international Calum Scanlon from Birmingham
Official: Liverpool Completes the Signing of a 15 Years Old Midfielder from Birmingham City Academy.
Liverpool have finished the marking of 15-year-old safeguard/midfielder Calum Scanlon from Birmingham City's football institute for a detailed charge of £500,000. As Noel composed yesterday, the two clubs had evidently agreed, and Scanlon affirmed the move by means of Instagram today when he shared an image of himself marking his Liverpool contract. The U-15 England International is fit for playing at left-back or in the midfield, and this flexibility was likely extremely speaking to the Liverpool training