In Monday’s Liverpool Roundup, the Reds are in talks over Origi’s future, Robertson’s injury has us all worried and Sanches is linked again.
And of course, we faced another La Liga side to wrap up our pre-season preparations at Anfield with a win to get fans excited about the impending season.
Liverpool are in preliminary talks to sell Divock Origi to West Ham this summer and his exit could be what the Reds need to make a new signing.
Liverpool, according to Football Insider, want just £15million to let the former Lille star leave and if Origi leaves, the Reds could finally add to their squad.
Andy Robertson suffered what looked like a very painful injury and Dr. Rajpal Brar says that there is real cause for optimism.
Meanwhile, Jurgen Klopp says his pain had settled soon after the game which is a real indicator that the injury isn’t serious ligament damage.
Dr. Raj says that despite fears over a broken ankle, he says that it is “very likely inversion ankle sprain” and the timeline depends on severity.
Liverpool must act and sign De Jong and safeguard their midfield’s future for the next 10 years.
The football world was shaken this week as the news broke that Barcelona would be unable to extend Lionel Messi’s contract.
Now that Messi has left Barcelona, they will no longer be able to use his presence to attract players to the club and equally, they won’t be able to use it to keep players at the club.
According to Portuguese newspaper Correio da Manha, Liverpool can agree a £29.6m fee to sign Renato Sanches to replace Georginio Wijnaldum.
Speaking at his press conference, Jurgen Klopp said: “I am very happy with the squad, but it doesn’t mean that we don’t look at the market.”
However, things should pick up if we are to trust Klopp’s hint and now a report from Correio da Manha claims that Liverpool can agree a fee of €35 million (£29.6m) to sign Renato Sanches from Lille.”
That said, after previously being linked with Dusan Vlahovic, the Reds have now learnt that it will cost as much as €60million (£50.8m) to sign the Serbian.
According to Maxi Angelo, a self-dubbed Italian football connoisseur, Vlahovic models himself on Haaland, who he studies a lot.
Liverpool submitted a massive bid for Nicolo Barella and now he could reportedly ask to leave Inter Milan.
A report from La Repubblica from July, via FC Inter News, claimed that Liverpool had submitted a bid to the Italian outfit worth €70million (£60m).
Now, the Daily Mail reports that with Romelu Lukaku set to re-join Chelsea, Nicolo Barella is among those that could ask to leave as the Serie A champions will battle to compete for the title again and in the UEFA Champions League.