The English Premier League Team of the Week for matchday 9 has been announced by the Premier League's official Facebook account. The lineup which is usually selected by Newcastle United legend, Alan Shearer is dominated by Liverpool and Chelsea players after the two club's impressive displays in the English Premier League on matchday 9.
Liverpool football club thrashed their fierce rivals, Manchester United, 5-0 in their match day 9 English Premier league fixture. The victory was made more profound by the fact that Manchester United lost by the huge margin at home in front of their fans. One person to praise so much for this victory is Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp.
With the end of the transfer window insight, we look forward to some dramatic possible transfers before midnight. There has been some interesting transfer business between clubs since the transfer window opened on Wednesday, July 9, one of which includes Xherdan Shaqiri embarking on a new chapter in his career on a permanent deal with Ligue 1 club Lyon.
Every club in the English Premier League has played at least five games since the commencement of the current campaign. The likes of Romelu Lukaku and Cristiano Ronaldo have performed very well since the start of this season. However, so many fans have been wondering which teams will finish in the English Premier League top four this season.
1. Man Utd - £114m (€133m) Since Raphael Varane deal is yet to be fully confirmed, we carry not say technically, if Man Utd are the biggest spenders yet but if everything is agreed he will join for £41m from Real Madrid within the coming days.
The Premier League transfer window remains 15 days and some hours to its closure. Many Players had officially joined the league, including Jordan Sancho, Ibrahima Konate, Romelu Lukaku, Raphael Varane, amongst others, and there is a possibility that more players would grace the league before the transfer window ends.
While the players in South America and Europe are still busy identifying the best national team on the continent, some clubs have already made boosts in their roster. PSG grabbed Wijnaldum, Ramos and Hakimi, Liverpool signed Ibrahima Konate, Manchester United sorted things out with Jaydon Sancho's deal, and Barca took Aguero and Depay.
The defense is much stronger with an injury free Van Dijk- Liverpool could win the Premier League title now that Virgil van DIjk has recovered from his injury. The Dutch captain is arguably the best defender in the world and his astounding abilities has helped Liverpool in the past win difficult games.
Liverpool and Chelsea are the Premier League’s best teams in the transfer market, according to Reds legend Jamie Carragher. The former centre-back admits that he felt during his playing days that the Blues were “trying to buy and identity” but he says that he has been impressed with how their operation has developed over the years.
The transfer window ended weeks ago and some top footballers who were transferred to their various new clubs are finding it difficult to adapt or even score any goal. While these players are still trying to balance in their new clubs, other players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Jack Grealish, Romelu Lukaku, Raphael Varane, and Ibrahima Konate, to name a few, have all progressed so well in their new club.
This summer Premier League teams spent a whooping £1.1 billion on new signings, a very whooping amount, as usual the top six teams were among the biggest spenders this summer, although not all of them. some top six teams were very quiet in the transfer market.
Liverpool have completed the signing of Ibrahima Konate from Lipzig for a transfer fee of £36 million back in may. Liverpool sporting Director Michael Edwards have not done well in the transfer market and a lot need to be done to help the club mount title challenge this season.
English Premier League heavyweights Liverpool are looking to add someone to their squad soon. The club are reportedly Keen on securing the services of Real Madrid forward Marco Asensio. Liverpool want to sign Marco Asensio. The 25 year old is unhappy and frustrated at Real Madrid due to lack of game time and is eager to exit the club.
Liverpool welcomed Crystal Palace to Anfield in the match week 5 of the English premier league after beating AC Milan in the UEFA Champions League fixture in midweek. Jurgen Klopp made six changes to the starting lineup with summer signing Ibrahima Konate making his official debut for the Reds in front of the home fans.
Jurgen Klopp aims a dig at Manchester United transfer spending and recent lack of trophy. The Liverpool manager highlighted Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's expensive summer, and empty trophy cabinet when discussing the Premier League title contenders. Another big-spending summer saw United splashed £110million on Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane, before signing Ronaldo for a cut-price £13million but on a high wage.
1. Sergio Aguero (Manchester City - Barcelona), Free. 2. David Alaba (Bayern Munich - Real Madrid), Free. 3. Ibrahima Konate (Leipzig - Liverpool), £35M. 4. Eric Gracia (Manchester City - Barcelona), Free.
The Transfer Window is officially shutdown for the Premier League Clubs, though Premier League clubs can still sign players from lower league within the English leagues until 16th October as the case in the summer of 2020 due to the COvID-19 impact. While some Clubs had a very busy summer transfer window, some had a relatively quiet summer business.
Liverpool will start anew this season hoping for better results after a disappointing title defense last season that was derailed by injuries and only saved from disaster by a magnificent finish, which involves eight wins from their last ten. This is Klopp's sixth full season as Reds manager, so he is aware that the time for transition and rebuilding is quickly approaching.
This summer, Liverpool has had a relatively quiet transfer window, only bringing in Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig for £36 million to relieve pressure on their defense. Meanwhile, Manchester City broke the British transfer record by paying more than £100 million to Aston Villa for Jack Grealish.
Liverpool have continued to extend contracts of their players ahead of the 2021-2022 season. The Reds haven't been active in the transfer window. Ibrahima Konate, a defender, is the only player Jurgen Klopp has signed this summer. Konate joined Liverpool on a long term deal from RB Salzburg.