Liverpool Relegated Player Transfer Roulette

Liverpool Relegated Player Transfer Roulette

Liverpool have already felt the brunt of the financial pinch caused by the ongoing pandemic. Long linked with Timo Werner, the Reds — who were either unwilling or unable to match the financial package on offer in West London — were beaten to the signing of the German international by Chelsea. The prevailing sense, as suggested by all of the journalists close to the club, is that reigning European, World, and English champions will be relatively quiet in the upcoming …
Should Liverpool cash in on Harry Wilson?

Should Liverpool cash in on Harry Wilson?

Now that Harry Wilson has extended his loan spell with Bournemouth, the question has to be asked whether the Reds should cash in on the 23-year-old come the end of the season? Now, whilst the news wasn’t the least bit surprising, it has once again brought Wilson’s future at Anfield into the spotlight. The winger’s immediate goal will be to do everything he can to help the Cherries avoid relegation from the Premier League now that he has agreed to …
Does Curtis Jones’ rise signal the end for Harry Wilson’s Liverpool career?

Does Curtis Jones’ rise signal the end for Harry Wilson’s Liverpool career?

Among his growing list of plaudits, 19-year-old Curtis Jones can now add captaining his boyhood Liverpool into the fifth round of the FA Cup after this week's triumph over Shrewsbury. After long being touted as one of the many academy graduates who looks more than capable of playing a major role in the first team, Jones is now really starting to add fuel to that fire. Jones has impressed in each of his three showings in the FA Cup this …
Liverpool's Harry Wilson admits messages from Klopp are a boost during loan spell

Liverpool's Harry Wilson admits messages from Klopp are a boost during loan spell

Liverpool's Harry Wilson says that messages from Jurgen Klopp act as a real "boost" to him during his current loan spell at Eddie Howe's Bournemouth. The young Welsh international joined Bournemouth in the summer on a season-long loan. He has scored four goals in 11 Premier League appearances so far for the south-coast club. Speaking to Liverpoolfc.com, Wilson disclosed that he is in constant contact with LFC and also gets some messages from Klopp himself.
“I am always in touch …
Liverpool's academy now rivals their first-team

Liverpool's academy now rivals their first-team

The Liverpool academy used to be full of false hope.  For a period of time, fans had high hopes for the youngsters on the books. The ones who’d either carved out a reputation having impressed prior to their move to Merseyside or those boosted by what they eventually turn out to be according to Football Manager.  Ultimately, the Reds weren’t getting the most out of the time and money they put into their academy. Those tipped for greatness fizzled out. …
Wilson, Woodburn & Kent: What next for Liverpool's young trio?

Wilson, Woodburn & Kent: What next for Liverpool's young trio?

Liverpool wouldn't feel like Liverpool if supporters weren't airing some sort of grievance relating to the club, even at this wonderful time. The current grievance of choice is the Reds' summer transfer activity, which has seen them sign just one player so far: young Dutch centre-back Sepp van den Berg. There is a frustrating element to Liverpool's business, without question, with fans desperate for Jurgen Klopp's men to kick on and make the most of being European champions. While the …
Heat Stroke In The USA For Liverpool

Heat Stroke In The USA For Liverpool

A year ago, Liverpool put a finishing touch to their USA summer tour by dispatching bitter rivals Manchester United in front of a crowd of about 100,000 on a sunny, hot afternoon. Despite coming off a tough loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League Final, the Reds were in fine form against United and put on a show for the adoring fans, who put in their own fine performance being in full voice throughout the match. One year later, …
Liverpool FC and their treatment of youth players

Liverpool FC and their treatment of youth players

The way that Liverpool treat their young players is interesting to me. They seem to fall into two groups under Klopp, and it’s curious to see how Klopp treats, and has treated, both young players and the loan system that they fit into. Take for example, Trent Alexander-Arnold. His meteoric rise may have been accelerated because of an injury to Nathaniel Clyne before the start of the 17/18 season, but it was always clear that Jürgen Klopp intended for Trent …
The curious case of Harry Wilson's Liverpool future

The curious case of Harry Wilson's Liverpool future

While Jürgen Klopp’s first choice Liverpool team continue to earn all of the plaudits from the media for their solid start to the season, it could perhaps be easy to forget those Liverpool players currently plying their trade elsewhere on loan spells. There are a number of young Reds currently out and about getting valuable experience and getting their own slice of the limelight which is rightly deserved. Perhaps the leading light of Liverpool’s current crop of players out on …
Rating Liverpool's Transfer Window

Rating Liverpool's Transfer Window

The new Premier League season is finally upon us, and after last season's changes, the transfer window slamming shut comes with it. Liverpool were the biggest spenders in England this summer, and fans and pundits alike are touting Klopp's men for a big season. But just how good was their transfer window? In: Following the Champions League final on the 26th May Reds fans weren't in the highest spirits. Salah's injury coupled with Karius' blunders (no matter what caused them), …
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