Southampton are set to lose more players when the transfer window re-opens or at the end of the season as interests in two defenders soar.
could lose Virgil van Dijk and Jose Fonte to Liverpool and Manchester United respectively. The central defensive pairing have been impressive this term but with top clubs keen on landing the players, Southampton might have a situation on their hands in keeping the players for much longer.
Talks with Euro 2016 winner, Fonte has stalled despite reports that the player’s rep and the club started discussions about a new deal since August. The current deal is set to lapse in 2018, meaning the player has to sign a new one soon else the club would be forced to get the best of the situation by trading him. The Red Devils approached the south coast side for a deal regarding the 32-year old during the summer but coach Claude Puel – who took over after former boss Ronald Koeman moved to Everton – refused to sanction the deal with the transfer deadline close. Continue reading SOUTHAMPTON TO LOSE MORE PLAYERS
English Premier League giant Liverpool are set to raid Barcelona youth stars, according to report by Sport.
are scouting for Barcelona B youngsters that they want to lure from the famous La Masia academy. The chief Spanish and Portuguese scout of Liverpool is reportedly watching a select Barca B stars with the hope of poaching them. The players have been identified as Marc Cardona, Nili Perdomo, Wilfrid Kaptoum, and Marlon.
Kaptoum has first team experience as he featured in the Champions League game against Bayer Leverkusen. The other three named players moved to the club this summer but have been identified as real prospects. The dream is that the player would grow to become stars that will win title for Liverpool. For now, the manager Jurgen Klopp reveals that he does not know how to win the Premier League title. The coach has been praised for his effort in turning around the Reds squad, but there seems to be a limiting factor.
“I have no idea, it’s my first proper season in the Premier League. I have no idea what to do to win the Premier League. But I’m really sure it was never decided at the end of October. We feel good at the moment, that’s all,” Klopp said. Continue reading LIVERPOOL WANT BARCA YOUTH STARS
There is a lot of buzz going on about Liverpool currently. Some of the latest rumors about this football team have been discussed here.
The international football champion of England Under-21 Ben Chilwell is said to have caught the attention of many Premier League clubs which also includes Liverpool. The reports state that the Reds need some improvement in their offer if they are keen to secure the services of this player. Chilwell has made 3 appearances in the last season in Leicester. He is known for his left back skills and has been one of the renowned English footballers due to a successful career in the club.
As far as Lucas Moura is concerned, there are rumors about his entry in Liverpool. This news has kept him on top for many months now and hence the rating of this player has not decreased below 3.0 in the month of June. The player currently plays for Paris Saint Germain as a right winger. The Brazil international winger has scored about 13 goals for his team in every competition that took place last year. This transfer news has been on the top list which is likely to go live soon. Continue reading Latest Rumors About Liverpool
Ahead of the final of the 2015/2016 Europa League against Spanish opposition, Sevilla, on Wednesday May 18th, thieves broke into the city centre office and made away with the tickets for the game.
Sneak thieves walked into Liverpool FC’s city centre offices and stole dozens of ‘gold dust’ tickets for Wednesday night’s Europa League final. The theft took place on Friday at the club’s offices on Chapel Street.
It is believed that the club has promised that all fans who bought tickets from official channels will be able to get into the game. Detectives in Liverpool have now released CCTV of three men they wish to trace following the theft. Officers were called at around 3.30pm to reports two men had entered the Liverpool Football Club office on Chapel Street, one stealing Europa League final tickets, which were in envelopes waiting to be passed on to the legitimate ticket holders.
Chief Superintendent Jon Ward said:
“As well as urging anyone who has any information about this incident to come forward, I would also like to take the opportunity to remind Liverpool fans not to buy tickets from unofficial sources. The force understands the stolen tickets are no longer valid and will not provide access to the stadium. Continue reading THIEVES STEAL EUROPA LEAGUE TICKETS AT LIVERPOOL CITY CENTRE OFFICE