Van de Beek a Potential Dutch Delight For Liverpool

Van de Beek a Potential Dutch Delight For Liverpool

With each passing week, uncertainty over Georginio Wijnaldum's future at Liverpool begins to grow. The Dutchman -- such a key component to the Reds European Cup win last season and their soon to be confirmed Premier League title win -- only has a year remaining on the 5-year deal he signed when arriving at the club from Newcastle United in 2016 and the radio silence over any progress on a new contract has the Anfield faithful worried. Whether Liverpool look …
Liverpool Could See Ideal Player In Blind

Liverpool Could See Ideal Player In Blind

As football has hit the corona-virus induced pause button, the whirling world of transfer rumours shows no sign of slowing down. And despite the Bundesliga CEO, Christian Seifert, warning that the summer transfer window could collapse with the financial perils of the sports hiatus financially hamstringing clubs capabilities to spend big in the market, the likes of Liverpool -- who announced record profits, £42M, for the last financial year -- still have the means to land their targets. Although the …
Put Coutinho talk to bed, Liverpool's money is better spent elsewhere

Put Coutinho talk to bed, Liverpool's money is better spent elsewhere

Every time a transfer window has rolled around in the last two years, there a certain buzzwords that just keep cropping up. It's like Groundhog Day to an extent, with the same reoccurring themes. Some are more exciting than others, like Liverpool reportedly seeking out the services of Timo Werner, Jadon Sancho and possibly Julian Mbappe. But then some topics make it feel more like a reoccurring nightmare; namely the mention of the name of former number 10, Philippe Coutinho. …
The one Real Madrid player Liverpool should sign

The one Real Madrid player Liverpool should sign

Madrid isn’t usually a city Liverpool go shopping in but the Reds never pass up the opportunity to bag themselves a bargain. Perhaps the most opportunistic club in the world right now, Michael Edwards and the recruitment team know how to find value for money in what is a grossly inflated market.  The Premier League leaders have been linked with Isco recently while Marco Asensio is reportedly a long-term target, too. But it isn’t either of the playmakers who Liverpool …
Reasons why Liverpool can sign Werner, Sancho and Havertz

Reasons why Liverpool can sign Werner, Sancho and Havertz

It feels as though Liverpool are the only top team not allowed to have more than eleven good players. Whenever there’s a link to a top player, the media and countless pundits pipe up to claim they’d struggle to break into Jurgen Klopp’s starting XI so they shouldn’t be signed.  It’s happened recently with Timo Werner. He’s been linked with a move to Merseyside for the best part of three years now but reports claiming he’s set to leave RB …
Minamino Signing Means New Liverpool Transfer Strategy

Minamino Signing Means New Liverpool Transfer Strategy

Pending a successful medical, Liverpool will sign Japan international Takumi Minamino from RB Salzburg in January. After impressing twice against the Reds in this season's Champions League group stage, the 24 year old will join £7.25M after the European Champions elected to trigger his paltry release clause. Capable of playing across the front three, off the striker or even as the most advanced central midfielder in a three, Minamino could well prove to be another shrewd piece of transfer business …
The quiet man - Liverpool's acquisition of Takumi Minamino

The quiet man - Liverpool's acquisition of Takumi Minamino

In the 56th-minute of Liverpool's 4-3 win over Red Bull Salzburg at Anfield, Hee-Chan Hwang exploited the space on the left. Hwang wrapped his foot around the ball and put in a cross which would find its way to Takumi Minamino. The 24-year-old had been calling for it, arms raised, as he raced towards Liverpool's penalty area. With the pass travelling probably 40 yards to reach him, Minamino still had plenty of work to do. He kept his eyes on …
Reds set to swoop for Takumi Minamino in January

Reds set to swoop for Takumi Minamino in January

Liverpool are reportedly looking to sign Red Bull Salzburg playmaker Takumi Minamino and could try to get the deal done as early as next month. As reported by Paul Joyce in The Times, Jurgen Klopp, his backroom staff and many of The Reds' first-team players have been impressed with Minamino's performances in both games against Liverpool in this season's Champions League. The 24-year-old Japanese international can play in attacking midfield or anywhere along the frontline. He scored two goals, including …
Kai Havertz vs Houssem Aouar: Who should Liverpool sign?

Kai Havertz vs Houssem Aouar: Who should Liverpool sign?

If reports are accurate, Liverpool plan to flex their financial muscle in the near future. Countless outlets have linked the Premier League leaders with Jadon Sancho while Kylian Mbappe remains a dream target for fans. The new link to Nike has only strengthened the belief that one of these two could soon be plying their trade at Anfield.  However, they aren’t the only players reportedly on the club’s wishlist. According to David Maddock of the Daily Mail, Liverpool are long-term …
Why Liverpool are right to sell Dejan Lovren

Why Liverpool are right to sell Dejan Lovren

After five years of being one of the most divisive players in Liverpool's history, the end appears to be nigh for Dejan Lovren at Anfield. If (trustworthy) rumours are to be believed,  the 30-year-old is on the verge of completing a move to Roma, having accepted that being fourth choice centre-back is going to be no barrel of laughs. The first thing to say is that Lovren deserves credit for actually wanting to go out and prove himself elsewhere, rather …
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