Why Andy Robertson is Undroppable

Why Andy Robertson is Undroppable

When Andy Robertson was signed from newly relegated Hull City, there was a collective air of uncertainty. The left back spot had become (like so many other positions when Klopp arrived) a problem one. With Albert Moreno being swapped in and out with James Milner prior to Robbo’s signing, it was certainly an area that needed addressing. Hull City and Liverpool managed a trade type deal, that was surely separated for accountancy purposes. The overall deal saw Kevin Stewart leave …
Why do Liverpool want Florian Neuhaus?

Why do Liverpool want Florian Neuhaus?

Liverpool might’ve found the man to fill the void left by Gini Wijnaldum’s departure.  According to reports in Germany, Jurgen Klopp wants Gladbach midfielder Florian Neuhaus and the club have already held talks with his representatives. Florian Plettenberg of Sport1 expects things to heat up once Germany’s time at the Euros is up.  As revealed by Plettenberg on a recent Blood Red podcast, the 24-year-old had an agreement with Gladbach that meant if a certain bid was received, he’d be …
Why this could be one of Liverpool's most important transfer windows in years

Why this could be one of Liverpool's most important transfer windows in years

Eyes now turn to the summer transfer window as what feels like the longest season of all time. It has been a season that, to downplay it somewhat, hasn't exactly gone according to plan for Jürgen Klopp's side. Those from the outside looking in will say it's how the mighty have fallen, but everyone inside Liverpool will tell you it's just been a rotten season in every sense. Injuries have played a big part in the meagre title defence offered …
Klopp - Class is Permanent

Klopp - Class is Permanent

When Jurgen arrived at Anfield, he followed three managers after Rafa Benitez had departed. He was a wonderful manager, a brilliant tactician & a man that brought the Champions League back to the red half of Liverpool. Istanbul stands as the greatest of finals, and the result will stand the test of time. That kind of achievement cements a place in Liverpool folklore. Rafa understood the reds, he understood the fans and understood the need for more. His final disagreements …

André-Frank Zambo Anguissa: A Potential Georginio Wijnaldum Replacement For Liverpool

Liverpool are laser-focused in the transfer market. They hone in on targets and fixate their interests in only signing them, even if they have to wait. This approach bore fruit with the signings of Virgil van Dijk and Naby Keita, who they had to six months and a year respectively to bring to Anfield. Another feature of the Reds' transfer market maneuvering has been to opportunistically sign players from relegated clubs for reduced prices. Georginio Wijnaldum and Andrew Robertson -- …
Hot Shot Jota Gave Glimpse Into Bright Future

Hot Shot Jota Gave Glimpse Into Bright Future

Diogo Jota marked his Liverpool Premier League debut with a goal in the Reds' 3-1 defeat at Arsenal. Latching onto a David Luiz header, the Portuguese international deftly controlled the ball before dispatching a half volley accurately into the low corner past Bernd Leno. https://twitter.com/LFC/status/1310716961869963264?s=20 The former Wolves attacker came close twice earlier, hitting the side netting after receiving a Mohamed Salah pass and the Egyptian wasn't as selfless on another occasion when he took the ball off Jota's toe …
The Time for Timo Werner is over

The Time for Timo Werner is over

Liverpool’s love affair with Timo Werner seems to be over. The £50m transfer looked to be nailed on just a few months ago, with Liverpool prepared to spend the money on a player who was worth every penny of it. Werner was the dream transfer, the player who could offer an alternative to the current front three, and give Liverpool genuine rotation up front, as well as being young enough to lead the line once Salah, Mané and Firmino have …
Why Liverpool should sign Emre Can

Why Liverpool should sign Emre Can

The professional way in which Emre Can left Liverpool may mean the door is ajar for him to return to Merseyside. There have been no links, no rumours, but with the Germany international not included in Juventus’ Champions League squad, the writing appears to be on the wall for his career there.  Maurizio Sarri reportedly tried to sell him in the final weeks of the window. Having failed to shift other midfielders, the former Chelsea man tried to lighten the …
The lessons to be learned from the Bobby Duncan incident

The lessons to be learned from the Bobby Duncan incident

To an extent, Bobby Duncan had it all. Signed up by his boyhood club, the 18-year-old made his debut for the first-team during pre-season and even scored during the 6-0 win over Tranmere Rovers. He was included in the travelling party, too, as the Reds went on a tour of America for the second successive year.  The fact he was Steven Gerrard’s cousin was the cherry on top. It gave him an immediate in with the fans. Considered one of …
Better The Devil Liverpool Know

Better The Devil Liverpool Know

We've all seen them. All our social media feeds have been inundated this past few months with thousands of takes, from thousands of fans, all with a common message: Liverpool need signing's this summer. Of course, they are right. It would feel like a massive opportunity squandered if Liverpool, the freshly crowned Champions of Europe did not capitalise on the clout associated with being the Kings of Europe and flex their financial muscles. After all, Manchester City -- not content …
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