A Left-Back, Wide Forward and Value for Money the Priority In January

A Left-Back, Wide Forward and Value for Money the Priority In January

Liverpool head into the January transfer window safe in the knowledge that their start to the 2016/17 Premier League season has reached, and possibly surpassed, the expectations of the majority. Coming out of the Merseyside derby on Monday night, Liverpool find themselves 12 points better off than after the same amount of fixtures last season - an achievement made all the more impressive when considering that the fixture list, after the Anfield redevelopment, is considered by many to be more challenging than …
Why Liverpool looking at Yunus Malli makes sense

Why Liverpool looking at Yunus Malli makes sense

Ever since Jurgen Klopp was appointed as manager, Liverpool have been tentatively linked to about 90% of the players plying their trade in the Bundesliga. No doubt he arrived at Anfield with a list of players he wanted the recruitment team to cast an eye over. So far the Reds have signed Joel Matip, Loris Karius and Ragnar Klavan from teams in Germany. If reports are to be believed that number will be rising in January with the likes of Niklas Sule, Jonathan …
Potential Serie A Talent For Liverpool In The January Window

Potential Serie A Talent For Liverpool In The January Window

Since Jürgen Klopp took the seat at Anfield as manager last October, Liverpool could not have asked for a better situation to be sitting in as we creep closer to year's end. As it stands, Klopp's resurgent Reds are sitting pretty in the league table (3rd), three points behind Arsenal for second and six from Chelsea in first. On the contrary, Liverpool are coming off a 2-2 draw with West Ham at Anfield, Philippe Coutinho is out indefinitely and the absence of …
Why Emil Forsberg Should be a Target for Liverpool

Why Emil Forsberg Should be a Target for Liverpool

Last January Liverpool were linked with a £6.6 million move for RB Leipzig attacker Emil Forsberg. It was an underwhelming link for fans who had expected Jurgen Klopp to bring in big name reinforcements and not players plying their trade in the Bundesliga 2 - the German equivalent of the Championship. As expected it was a link which seemed to frustrate Liverpool fans on Twitter. "The Swedish Milner", "not good enough for Liverpool if they want European football" and "why …
Who is Liverpool FC Target Sardar Azmoun?

Who is Liverpool FC Target Sardar Azmoun?

I spoke with David Sansun, the man behind @RubinKazanUK, to find out more about Sardar Azmoun because let's be honest, unless you watch Russian football you're going to be going in blind here and Youtube just lies to you. What are Azmoun's strengths? Manuel Veth compared him to Karl-Heinz Riedle which was a bit of a throw back. Are there any modern day players he’s similar to? Cough*Lewandowski*Cough A: He honestly does have a bit of everything to his game. …
Attackers Liverpool may target - Part 3: The Wildcards

Attackers Liverpool may target - Part 3: The Wildcards

Liverpool's impressive early season form, which sees them at the top of the Premier league after 11 games, has been largely down to just how rampant their attack has been. The summer acquisition of Southampton's Sadio Mane has really seemed to be an adrenaline shot to what was at times a pedestrian, lacklustre Liverpool front line during 2015/16. Yes, at times Philippe Coutinho, Roberto Firmino and Adam Lallana clicked and Liverpool seemed unplayable but moments like those were few and …
A Look at Liverpool Target Sead Kolasinac

A Look at Liverpool Target Sead Kolasinac

According to German publication Bild, Liverpool have reignited their interest in left-back Sead Kolasinac with a view to signing the Schalke player on a pre-contract deal in January. Kolasinac was linked with a move to Anfield last season at various stages but nothing materialised. However, with the player's contract status he now looks like an appealing proposition. Reds boss Jurgen Klopp has, to the surprise of many, turned James Milner into a marauding left-back this season. He's impressed in Liverpool's charge …
Attackers Liverpool may target | Part 2 - The Statistical Choice

Attackers Liverpool may target | Part 2 - The Statistical Choice

Liverpool's impressive early season form, which sees them just two points off the top after 8 Premier League matches, has been largely down to just how rampant their attack has been. The summer acquisition of Southampton's Sadio Mane has really seemed to be an adrenaline shot to what was at times a pedestrian, lacklustre Liverpool front line during 2015/16. Yes, at times Philippe Coutinho, Roberto Firmino and Adam Lallana clicked and Liverpool seemed unplayable but moments like those were few …
Dahoud, Pulisic, and a Bit of Patience

Dahoud, Pulisic, and a Bit of Patience

The more things change, the more they stay the same. That’s such a clichéd turn of phrase. Often, with sayings such as that, meaning gets lost. What does it actually mean? If things change, surely corresponding changes occur. Something can’t possibly change without things changing alongside it, that’s the point of change. It inspires things, it creates other things, and it destroys some things. Through all of the change that’s occurred within the last twelve months at Liverpool, the undying …
Southampton's Famous Five and How They Rated at Liverpool

Southampton's Famous Five and How They Rated at Liverpool

It has become common knowledge on not only Merseyside, but throughout football, that since 2014 Southampton has become identifiable with being a feeder club to the Reds. Spending in excess of £95m on the five acquisitions, Liverpool have been able to prize the Saints’ top talents almost yearly, starting under then manager Brendan Rodgers. This shows no signs of coming to a halt, as yet again lightning struck twice (or should I say for the fifth time) as Liverpool delivered …
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