Man City continue winning run & 2 more under-radar stories
Liverpool FC and AXA have further expanded their partnershipLiverpool Women's top-notch training facility now has an official name: it's called the 'AXA Melwood Training Centre.' AXA has shown their support for both the men's and women's teams.
Moises Caicedo's agent gives reason for Liverpool transfer snub - not for the money
Moises Caicedo's agent, Andrea Pellegatti, has opened up on why his client chose Chelsea over Liverpool."It was finalized in the last few hours, but the boy only wanted Chelsea, who had started to show their interest consistently since January," Pellegatti told Sport Italia.
'The boy only wanted Chelsea': Agent reveals how Moises Caicedo race developed behind the scenes
Speaking to Sportitalia, Moises Caicedo's agent Andrea Pellegatti revealed how the transfer of the Ecuador midfielder took place. "£116 million, equivalent to €133 million euros," Pellegatti said when asked to clarify the fee Chelsea agreed with Brighton.
'Preparing for life without Salah': Top source claims Mo set to leave Liverpool in 2024
Reliable journalist Ben Jacobs has shared the latest update on Mo Salah and the persistent rumours linking him with a move to Saudi Arabia.The reporter wrote for Give Me Sport: “Liverpool are aware that Salah is likely to leave in 2024, even though his contract expires in 2025.
Are Liverpool really in for Bowen as Salah replacement? Fabrizio Romano shares latest
It is rumoured that Liverpool are considering Jarrod Bowen as an option to replace Mo Salah in case the Egyptian leaves for Saudi Arabia.Fabrizio Romano insists that while the Reds are keeping track of the West Ham forward, it's too early to say if they're planning to make any move.
'He was ready to go': Michail Antonio says Liverpool 'crazy' to turn down Saudi's £215m Salah bid
West Ham forward Michael Antonio (of all people!) thinks that Mo Salah was ready to accept a move to Saudi Arabia.He insists that it was Liverpool who rejected Al Ittihad and Antonio thinks the Reds should have accepted their bid.
Marco Verratti snub & more: Fabrizio Romano reveals 5 deals rejected by Chelsea in the summer
Chelsea signed 12 players in the summer while parting ways with 23 players - whether permanently or on loan.However, in his latest video on YouTube, Fabrizio Romano reveals five deals that Chelsea could've done in the summer but chose not to.
'Going to be phenomenal': Liverpool midfielder named best summer signing in Premier League
Former Arsenal and England great Paul Merson wrote in his Sportskeeda column: "[There is] a handful of new signings have laid down the marker for what's to come."Dominik Szoboszlai has been the pick of the bunch, for me.
Liverpool 'admire' Jarrod Bowen & 3 more big stories you might've missed
Liverpool 'admire' Jarrod BowenAccording to The Athletic, the Reds view the West Ham forward as a potential replacement for Mohamed Salah.Klopp on his 'biggest achievement' in footballDespite winning major trophies with Liverpool, the boss stated that his biggest achievement is 'still getting promoted with Mainz'.
Liverpool 'admire' Jarrod Bowen, see him as potential Salah successor
While no one at Liverpool really wants to talk about the need to eventually replace Mo Salah, the Egyptian is 31 and is subject to intense interest from Saudi Arabia.The Athletic ran a piece about a potential Salah successor — and they claim that Liverpool 'admire' Jarrod Bowen.
How much Liverpool underpaid for Mac Allister and Szoboszlai: analysed through data model
Liverpool arguably did the best part of their transfer campaign early in the summer by snapping up Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai.In both cases, Liverpool triggered a release clause - ₤35m for Mac Allister and ₤60m for Szoboszlai.
Van Dijk banned for another game & 2 more big stories you might've missed
Van Dijk banned for another gameThe captain was also fined ₤100,000 for improper conduct in the Newcastle game.Tsimikas to sign a new dealThe left-back has agreed a two-year contract extension that will keep him at Anfield until 2027, James Pearce reports.
Between two Saudi clubs: where Liverpool rank by money spent in summer
The European transfer window is closed and clubs will have to wait until January to make new signings.Liverpool spent a total of €172m on four transfers: Dominik Szoboszlai (€70m), Alexis Mac Allister (€42m), Ryan Gravenberch (€40m), and Wataru Endo (€20m).