by @SirkalAzuki Liverpool announced the £52.75 million signing of RB Leipzig playmaker Naby Keita in August 2017, fending off the likes of Barcelona and Bayern Munich in the process. The Guinean international officially became a Red in July 2018. Leipzig had refused to sanction a deal for the then 22-year-old […]
Here is Sam with all the transfer rumours from the past week. Is Timo Werner to Liverpool a ‘dead cert’? And is a young Gunner on his way to Anfield?
For the first time in twenty-five years, Liverpool looked like the best team in the country. This was a day when the Reds showed title-winning mettle against the best English football had to offer. In a game which ebbed and flowed, Liverpool looked to have won it, then looked to have lost it, and then went on to win it again.
When some form of normality returns, the actual season is likely to overlap the silly season – the transfer season. The Reds, I’m sure, will be more involved than they were last year.