?Liverpool daily: 7 biggest stories from top sources in 5 minutes
?According to a report in top-tier French outlet L'Equipe, PSG's wantaway midfielder Adrien Rabiot has emerged on Liverpool's radar as Jurgen Klopp is believed to be a huge admirer of the 23-year-old's qualities. The source indicate the Reds will try to land the Frenchman on a pre-contract agreement in January with a prospect of adding the high-profile midfielder to their assets next summer.
?As per Swiss newspaper Blick, West Ham, Southampton and Manchester United all have expressed some vivid interest in Xherdan Shaqiri, however, the attacker never opened talks with the Red Devils for one and only reason: it was Jurgen Klopp who convinced the 26-year-old not to consider any offers in summer except for the Anfield's one.
?In an interview to France Football, Jurgen Klopp has revealed the real reason why the Reds lost the Champions League final to Real Madrid back in the days. The German has claimed that playing at multiple competitions with a 12-player roster damaged dramatically Liverpool's chances in Kyiv final.
?In an interview to the Premier League Productions, Fabinho has opened up on his adaptation at Liverpool so far. In particular, the Brazilian has revealed that he's getting used to Liverpool's midfield structure, other half-backs are helping him a lot, he's ready to fight for his place at the starting line-up & everone was brilliant since he arrived at Anfield.
?Six writers from reputable Anfield Index have shared their expectations of the upcoming season. Two of them picked Liverpool as their Premier League kings while the other 4 tipped Man City for a second consecutive title.
?Liverpool are going to face tough competition in the Champions League. It is yet unclear which pot we are going into until the second leg game between Fenerbahce and Benfica. The draw will be on August 30 and here are the Reds potential opponents. A 90-minute long reunion with Coutinho and Suarez is possible.
?James Pearce from Liverpool Echo considers the reaction the 71-second video of Mohammed Salah using his phone whilst driving 'ridiculous.' It is not about the club's reaction which was fair and correct - Liverpool referred the matter to Merseyside Police. It is about some fans' reaction who criticise Salah for not winding down the window to sign autographs on his way.