Liverpool Football Club has been holding talks with West Ham United Football Club over one deal, while Jurgen Klopp spoke about transfers after the Reds drew with Athletic Bilbao.
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Reds sweat on Robertson
Andy Robertson will have a scan on his ankle today to determine the severity of the injury he sustained at Anfield last night against Athletic Bilbao. We don’t know at the moment how serious it is, Jurgen Klopp supposed post-match. It was cute painful and that’s why Andy went off. You perhaps saw it on the TV pictures better than we did, but he got the ball, the ball on the front of his foot, sick the ankle.
“The hurt settled already, but we cannot say whatever further without further valuation tomorrow. He has to get a scan and then we will know more.”
Robertson also took to social media to offer an update: “Your provision today was amazing! Thank you for all your messages, I’m optimistic but let’s see what tomorrow brings!”
Barca to stop Messi transfer?
This is not over yet, contempt PSG seemingly has won the race for Lionel Messi. Lawyers from FC Barcelona have got complex to right that he should not be able to move to Paris if he can’t stay in Catalonia. On behalf of FC Barcelona associates, my firm has ready a complaint with the European Commission and demands for temporary suspension before civil and managerial courts in France to prevent Paris-Saint Germain from signing Lionel Messi, an announcement from Juan Branco read. For more to know About Arsenal vs Liverpool Tickets.
PSG’s ratios in standings of Financial Fair Play are worse than those of FC Barcelona. In 2019-2020, PSG’s salary-to-income ratio was 99%, though Barcelona’s was 54%. Temporarily, the difference has augmented. It is inconceivable that the Financial Fair Play serves to worsen the drifts of the football business, the instrumentalization of football by independent powers, and the distortion of competitions.
Liverpool Football Club’s midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is required on loan by Southampton. Having lost Danny Ings to Aston Villa, Ralph Hasenhuttl is deficient to bolster his ranks, but a temporary move for Oxlade-Chamberlain seems to be dubious.
If Liverpool FC were to lose him this summer, it would confidently have to be a permanent deal? With two years left on his agreement, he either needs to earn a delay or move on. A loan deal wouldn’t seem that valuable for anyone.
Klopp makes transfer admission
The Liverpool FC boss admits that the Reds will make a transfer move before the window closes if the right player is obtainable, though he did insist he was happy with his current side.
Speaking after Liverpool’s draw with Athletic Bilbao on Sunday, Klopp said: “I am very happy with the squad, but it doesn’t mean that we don’t look at the market.”
“We have a big team and there might be somewhat happening until the end of the transfer window, but I cannot say anything about that at the instant.”
He also has new choices in the form of Harvey Elliott, Virgil van Dijk, and Joe Gomez, and was keen to point that out too.
Origi talks held
West Ham United has held preliminary talks with Liverpool for Divock Origi, rendering it to Football Insider. They say a fee of around £15m would be sufficient to tempt Liverpool FC into selling and the Hammers are keen on receiving a deal over the line. For more to know About Manchester United Vs Liverpool Tickets.
Origi has the capacity, but might not even be in the starting XI for the Reds this evening, despite Liverpool FC having also played yesterday. That shows how far down the striking order the Belgian is under Klopp, with Xherdan Shaqiri, Roberto Firmino, and Takumi Minamino predictable to be the front tonight, after Diogo Jota, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane played last night.
Newcastle United has decided to a £22m fee for Arsenal midfielder Joe Willock, who was on loan at St James’ Park last season. That puts into viewpoint why Liverpool has not found the ideal player for the right price this summer even after Covid, it seems prices are still massively inflated. Willock is a very good player and did well at Newcastle last season, but £22m for the 21-year-old seems slightly excessive.
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