Spurs player hails Salah as 'one of best in Prem history' & 3 more under-radar stories at Liverpool today

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Spurs player hails Salah as 'one of best in Prem history' & 3 more under-radar stories at Liverpool today

Shearer reacts to Van Dijk's return to form

Alan Shearer believes that Virgil van Dijk is 'back to his best' after watching the Liverpool centre-back in action against Brentford at Anfield at the weekend.

The Premier League legend said on The Rest Is Football podcast: "He did have a good game. He looked back to his best, he read the game very well."

Brother praises Gravenberch's start at Liverpool

Ryan Gravenberch has scored two goals and provided the same number of assists in his first 12 games at Liverpool. His brother believes that this good form will earn the midfielder a place in the senior Netherlands squad.

"There were some disagreements, but that has now been resolved," Danzell Gravenberch told SoccerNews.nl. "Ryan is not there yet, but if he just continues as he is doing, it will happen naturally.

"He just has to do his thing and hope he gets back into the picture. Just enjoy playing football, the same as me actually.

"He’s doing nicely and starting to get his rhythm. Now he has to get on with it and everything will be fine. I watch all his matches on television."

Spurs player hails Salah as 'one of best in Prem history'

"He’s an unbelievable player year after year. You can see how hard he works. He’s a great player and one of the best in the history of the Premier League," Tottenham's Dejan Kulusevski told TNT Sports of Mo Salah.

England U21s manager says Curtis Jones among 'most talented players' he's worked with

“Similar to Cole (Palmer), I’m not surprised one bit,” England Under-21s manager Lee Carlsey said of Curtis Jones' progress, as quoted by Anfield Watch.

“Curtis would be up there with the most talented players I’ve worked with.

“He’s got everything that you need as a midfielder. He can run, he is very, very fast, he’s powerful, he can score, he can assist, he can defend, he can take the ball – all he needs is opportunity.”

AuthorGeorgy TsepkovskiySourceTribuna.com
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