Liverpool could sell English centre-back Nat Phillips, Welsh winger Harry Wilson, Belgian forward Divock Origi, Wales full-back Neco Williams and Switzerland midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri before the transfer window closes. The Reds have to do away with these five players to free up funds for new signings.
Super Eagles of Nigeria Striker Taiwo Awoniyi has gotten the opportunity to force his way to Liverpool football club's first team, after being named among the Reds squad that will play in Austria Preseason matches. The Nigerian international was signed by Liverpool football club in the summer transfer window of 2015, and he has never made an appearance for the club.
The UEFA Champions League is one of the biggest showpieces in club football and it started in the year 1956, only two English teams have been able to win the prestigious trophy back to back, this is a great achievement I must confess. It is not an easy task to dominate at this leavel two times on a roll, it takes a lot of effort and hard work to do that.
Liverpool plan summer over haul Liverpool are looking for a squad clear-out with plans to sell a number of their first-team players this summer. According to [Liverpool Echo], among those deemed surpluses to requirements at Anfield are Xherdan Shaqiri, Divock Origi, Nat Phillips, Harry Wilson, and Neco Williams.
The Merseyside giants were yet again involved in another intense training session at the club's vacation training base in Austria. A vast majority of the squad are back in the club's training kits and have been taking part in the preparations for the new term which is due to start on August 14.
The 2019-2020 season English Premier League champion, Liverpool, start their pre-season campaign with back-to-back 30-minute matches against Wacker Innsbruck and Stuttgart in Salzburg, Austria on Tuesday evening. In a pair of 30-minute contest, Liverpool used 22 players over the course of the exhibition match. Liverpool drawn both encounters 1-1.
Despite adding the likes of Memphis Depay, Luuk de Jong and Yusuf Demir to their squad during the just concluded summer transfer window, Barcelona are still struggling under manager Ronald Koeman. The Camp Nou side are currently lying in ninth position on the LaLiga table after racking up just 12 points from their first seven league matches so far
Some players in the Premier League clubs could leave in January when the transfer window opens. in an attempt to reignite their careers. Whatever the reason behind it some players know a transfer will be the best for them if they are to feature regularly and fulfil their potential.
The Merseyside based club Liverpool continued their incredible run of form as they recorded an emphatic 3 - 0 win over Premier League side Norwich city at Carow Road. The English Premier League giants Liverpool were dominant all through the match as they secured their place in the next round of the competition.
In a series of photos posted by Liverpool Football Club on its official Twitter page yesterday, its players were seen carrying out different training sessions ahead of the resumption of the 2021-22 English Premier League season. The players that were available in the training were those who didn't go for international competitions and some academy players.
Liverpool were finally involved in UEFA Champions League action today as they welcomed AC Milan to the Anfield Stadium in what was perceived to be a blockbuster encounter. The Reds started their Champions League campaign with a winning mentality as they came from behind to defeat AC Milan 3-2 thanks to goals from Mohammed Salah, Jordan Henderson and Fikayo Tomori (Own Goal).
Liverpool experienced on of their worst seasons and they would be doing everything possible to reshuffle their squad ahead of next season so as not to have another bad season. Some of their players are fed up staying at the club and needs to leave to get some playing time.
PSG End Their Interest In Pogba Ligue 1 gaints PSG end their interest in Manchester United Midfielder Paul Pogba according to Le Paris. With PSG close to signing Lionel Messi they are no longer looking for midfielders. Manchester United Prepared To Keep Dalot Manchester United are reluctant to part way with Diogo Dalot and are prepared to keep him at Old Trafford for the 2021-2022 season according to Manchester Evening News.
The second semi final game of UEFA Nations League will take the center stage later day, where Belgium will lock horns with France at the Allianz Stadium in Munich, Germany. Both teams will however be going into the game to reach the final stage of the competition, where the winner of the tie will meet Spain who triumphed over Italy on Wednesday night.
Liverpool have reportedly made a decision on parting ways with their 24-year-old star and have set an asking price for him. The Reds have not done much deals in the ongoing transfer summer this time. They have only brought in one player in former RB Leipzig defender Ibrahim Konate.
19 times premier league champions Liverpool are reportedly eyeing move for £25m-rated the Hammers attacking midfielder. According to reports, Liverpool Boss, Jurgen Klopp is looking to reinforce his team in attacking areas, though it largely depends on whether the Merseyside Reds can sell some of their players, including Xherdan Shaqiri and Divock Origi.
Liverpool are pushing for the signing of their 26-year-old transfer target and are looking to offer two players as makeweight in the deal. Liverpool are yet to complete their summer transfer plans with two or three more players expected to join the club before the end of the summer transfer window.
According to a report by The Mirror, Liverpool are willing to allow four players –Xherdan Shaqiri, Neco Williams, Divock Origi, and Harry Wilson – to leave the club this summer. If the players seek an exit, then the club will not stand in their way.
The 17-year-old forward joined Liverpool from Leeds United, under the age of 12 and was praised for his quick passing to Trent Alexander Arnold, whose cross was converted by Divock Origi, as Jurgen Klopp's team equalized a 3-0 score in the first leg of the 2019 champions League semi-final.
Liverpool and Lyon have agreed on the sale of Xherdan Shaqiri, with the winger likely to join the Ligue 1 side for £9.5 million. Shaqiri has been linked with a move away from Liverpool this summer, with the 29-year-old hoping to earn regular first-team action after making only seven Premier League starts in the previous two seasons.