Klopp Presser Embargo: Something of Note

Klopp Presser Embargo: Something of Note

The embargoed sections have been a bit dull in recent times let’s be honest. That’s been linked to the woeful performances and desperation for further reinforcements, but there’s been very little of note hidden ‘til late into the evening. The day before an FA Cup replay against Wolves surprisingly bucked the trend and to little surprise, it was the ultimate ‘tier one’ journalist in Paul Joyce that prompted it all. We take a look at key parts from their exchange …
Is Matheus Nunes the Midfield Alternative?

Is Matheus Nunes the Midfield Alternative?

One of my Anfield Index colleagues has been compiling a comparison piece that relates this this one. The topic of that article will be a direct comparison between Matheus Nunes and Jude Bellingham. The latter is perhaps the most linked player to Anfield in all of football history, which is a very difficult prize to have won. As much as we would like to believe we will spend that sort of money on one player, it’s far more likely that …
Bellingham Funds: Time to Break Glass as Emergency

Bellingham Funds: Time to Break Glass as Emergency

It’s annoying to use a quote that Gary Neville’s made in recent times, but as he’s stated “things are never as bad as they seem and never as good as they appear”. Things don’t appear to be good with Liverpool’s team and especially the midfield right now, but it’s not beyond repair and the season isn’t over as some Reds seem to be intimating. Certain plans will need to be accelerated and the intentions may have to change, but in …
Why Nunes as a Bellingham Alternative for Liverpool is Unacceptable

Why Nunes as a Bellingham Alternative for Liverpool is Unacceptable

Welcome to 2023, everyone - Liverpool are still an absolute nightmare to watch. Monday's dire 3-1 defeat away to Brentford was the latest in a long line of unacceptable performances this season and they were deservedly punished for it. A run of four Premier League wins in a row may have been encouraging, but ultimately, those results had only continued to paper over the cracks. Just as Liverpool's latest act of ineptitude got underway in west London, news was breaking …
Why Liverpool should favour Jude Bellingham over Enzo Fernandez

Why Liverpool should favour Jude Bellingham over Enzo Fernandez

So, are we really going to end up living in a world where both Jude Bellingham and Enzo Fernandez are in Liverpool shirts next season? It's a mouthwatering prospect, that's for sure. This week's transfer rumours have teased us all that Liverpool could genuinely be in a position where both are signed in the next six months or so, as Jurgen Klopp looks to rebuild his midfield. The question is: what if the Reds can only sign one of them? …
Could Jude Be the Eventual Liverpool Number 8…

Could Jude Be the Eventual Liverpool Number 8…

Below is a link to an article I wrote before the World Cup, before the melee surrounding the on-going LFC ownership. I was assured in my thinking and rightly justified the reasons we could not afford Jude Bellingham. The logic was sound, as the stated price of £100m simply did not fall within a typical FSG model. You can find the link here. The past few weeks have seen the sale of the club rumble on, with various groups and …
Tony Evans: Henderson Haters Could Put Bellingham Off Signing For Liverpool

Tony Evans: Henderson Haters Could Put Bellingham Off Signing For Liverpool

The love-in between Jordan Henderson and Jude Bellingham is sending exciting signals to Liverpool fans. The Borussia Dortmund midfielder would clearly fit into the Anfield dressing room with ease. Bellingham is good. If Liverpool can bring the 19-year-old to Merseyside next summer it will be a coup. All the noises coming from Qatar and Germany suggest there’s a good chance it might happen. What could put Bellingham off? A huge offer from Manchester City or Real Madrid might make the …
Ronan Murphy: Bundesliga and LFC Q&A

Ronan Murphy: Bundesliga and LFC Q&A

With the January transfer window looming on the horizon, you could be forgiven for focusing elsewhere with the recent news coming out of Anfield. Don’t worry though, we’ve got you covered! We caught up with Bundesliga expert Ronan Murphy (FootballTransfers and Sonypicturessportsnetwork.com) to expire all the links to Germany. Jude Bellingham! How do you see his situation and do you think it’s realistic he comes to Anfield? Bellingham is going to be so in-demand next summer, it will be hard …
Why Liverpool should be looking at Manu Kone

Why Liverpool should be looking at Manu Kone

As the dust begins to settle on the first act of the season, the drama that is the January transfer window now comes into focus. Liverpool’s need couldn’t be more obvious than in the centre of the park, where a mix of injuries and fading legs means reinforcements are a necessity. With many of the top targets likely to be unavailable or others seeing a price inflation on the back of their exploits in Qatar, the solution may come from …
Just Imagine The Next Two Windows Without Restraint

Just Imagine The Next Two Windows Without Restraint

As much as I’ve tried to internally (and by way of my last couple of articles) dampen down what could happen at Liverpool, there is still that lingering transfer frenzy that pops up in my mind. The Jurgen Klopp era has been about control as much as it has been about brilliance, but what if the Big German is finally given the tools to go head to head with Manchester City, and he’s given the kind of backing that most …
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