Liverpool could still make two major signings before transfer deadline

Liverpool could still make two major signings before transfer deadline

Football pundit Tony Cascarino believes reigning European champions Liverpool F.C could yet make two significant signings before the transfer window shuts in nine days' time. Liverpool had enjoyed an extremely quiet summer so far, with only teenagers Sepp van den Berg and Harvey Elliot arriving at Anfield. However, the Reds are once again linked with a late transfer to sign Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele on Tuesday morning, while there are also rumours the Merseysiders targets another talent from Fulham in Ryan …
L'Equipe claims Liverpool have made an approach for Ousmane Dembele

L'Equipe claims Liverpool have made an approach for Ousmane Dembele

French publication L'Equipe is claiming that both Liverpool and FC Bayern have made an approach to sign Barcelona's young winger Ousmane Dembele. L'Equipe's report states that Dembele would prefer to stay at Camp Nou, however. The 22-year-old French international has already impressed in the Bundesliga after spending one season with Jurgen Klopp's old club, Borussia Dortmund, where he moved for €15 million from Rennes in 2016. Barcelona snapped up the youngster just 12 months later and brought him to LaLiga. …
Liverpool's Adam Lallana says he has no intentions of leaving

Liverpool's Adam Lallana says he has no intentions of leaving

Liverpool may have announced the departures of Daniel Sturridge and Alberto Moreno this week but midfielder Adam Lallana insists he will not be joining them in leaving Anfield this summer. The 31-year-old creative midfielder hasn't played for The Reds since starting in Liverpool's 2-1 Premier League win at Fulham back in March. Plagued by injuries, Lallana has only started six league games in the last two seasons under Jurgen Klopp but he feels that if he can get back to …
Fabinho Done - Faster Than A Speeding Edwards

Fabinho Done - Faster Than A Speeding Edwards

It’s two days after the Champions League final and the dissection of the game has barely even ended. The discussion, as these discussions are wont to do, turns to the state of Liverpool’s squad after what has been a very exciting but ultimately unsuccessful season – at least in terms of silverware. As heated debates between like-minded but disagreeing individuals tend to do, the discussion zeroed in on the issue of defensive midfield. On and on and on we discussed. …
Three Potential Signings for Liverpool this summer

Three Potential Signings for Liverpool this summer

As is always the case with a club that are almost exclusively in transition between coaches and have a relatively high turnover of players in their squad, Liverpool and their fans are inundated with links to players from around the globe. Whether it is agent posturing, touting his players’ availability around in the media in order to garner interest, or journalists making stabs in the dark, however, the vast majority of these links are unfounded and ultimately come to nothing. …
Alternatives to Alex Teixeira

Alternatives to Alex Teixeira

With the looming figure of deadline day hovering beyond the next horizon, and Sky’s ever-present coverage seemingly set to focus on whether Liverpool will be successful in their pursuit of an attacker, specifically of Shakhtar’s devastating little Brazilian, questions are abound. Will Liverpool re-enter negotiations? Will Shakhtar be convinced into selling their prize asset? Will Liverpool agree to pay an astronomical fee, and if not, will they do any alternative business on deadline day? It is posing that last question …
Liverpool's Transfer Policy: Does it Need Changing?

Liverpool's Transfer Policy: Does it Need Changing?

Football, as we are constantly being told, is a game that hovers on the ever-wobbly thread of a single decision. It is not, as we are also constantly being told, a game that is made by a single manager, but rather the circumstances which surround a decision made by a single manager. Yet it is these single, individual decisions which can form the basis – or indeed cast a swift change of fortune – when considering the entire season as …
Analysis of Liverpool's Spending | Summer 2014 Transfer Fees Round Up

Analysis of Liverpool's Spending | Summer 2014 Transfer Fees Round Up

As most have been made aware, the £835m spent by Premier League clubs during this summer's transfer window was the most ever. Not just in England, but in any league in the world. Ever. The previous record of £630m was also held by the Premier League from 2013 is still a figure that hasn't been matched elsewhere. The new TV deal gave each club an ADDITIONAL £25m revenue that would surely have an impact on the spending by all clubs. …
Are Liverpool The Right Club for Fabio Borini?

Are Liverpool The Right Club for Fabio Borini?

On-going speculation and several transfer links with other clubs has clouded what might have been a pleasant summer holiday for Fabio Borini. Whilst most 'fringe' players would enjoy attracting interest from other Premier League clubs offering regular first-team action, Borini was having none of it. After enjoying a successful campaign on loan at Sunderland last season, it seemed logical that the Italian would become a permanent fixture in Gus Poyet's squad. Last season, Borini netted seven goals in 32 Premier …
How Transfers Work, Sometimes Don't - and Why.

How Transfers Work, Sometimes Don't - and Why.

I've been thinking about writing something on this for a while, the way transfers work today - or don't in many cases, the seemingly infinite variables and how they differ from those those of yesteryear, and the carefree days of yore - if you believe in all that. There was however an obvious snag, in that although I'm middle-aged, well educated, well versed in all kinds of funding bidding, project management and acquisitions in the arts and education sector, I'm …
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