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17 Mar 2018 20:04:28
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17 Mar 2018 20:04:28
Also more posts are being added to the Liverpool Other Posts page.

17 Mar 2018 12:44:17
Has LFC had a look at the two 19 year old center back at Kieta's team? Watched them against zenith in UEFA cup never lost a header or tackle big future for both of them.

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17 Mar 2018 13:23:17
The whole world has looked at him, he is priced out of a move.

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17 Mar 2018 14:27:11
Upemecanno it is, he’d be excellent alongside Van Dijk, but too expensive.

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{Ed002's Note - Dayot Upamecano is priced out of a move to Barcelona at the moment but they will keep trying.}

17 Mar 2018 15:52:35
Umtiti being difficult again now? hehe.

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17 Mar 2018 17:13:59
Do you know if Liverpool would match the offer Leipzig are looking for Ed? I would say Barcelona wouldn’t have paid what we paid for Van Dijk.

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{Ed002's Note - For a player they have not shown an interest in? No.}

16 Mar 2018 11:16:13
Man City it is, No shock for it to be 2 English sides drawn together!

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16 Mar 2018 11:33:22
Worst possible draw - and second leg away! At least we know what we’re up against though.

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16 Mar 2018 11:32:45
We'd better not perform as badly as we did last time out at the Etihad. The only positive is that we tend to do better against teams that don't park the bus.

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16 Mar 2018 12:17:26
This is where Coutinho's loss / lack of a replacement is going to bite.
Why oh why have we left ourselves short?

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16 Mar 2018 12:31:41
Didn't we beat City without Coutinho?

I love being the under dog. This is not the draw i wanted before. However, this reaction is perfect! Everyone is writing us off. The Chsmpions league was made for under dogs and we have no pressure. People expect us to lose. They have huge pressure because they're expected to win, and their fans and older players want this more than anything else.

I can't wait. I hope we shatter their dreams. 8 European trophies. How many do City have? Even since they had all that money, We've still had more success in Europe with that runners up medal in 2016!

Anybody remember Klopp's first season when we drew the Europa League favourites, Dortmund and then lost the first leg? We still had the heart to pull through.


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16 Mar 2018 12:25:50
We were doing alright at the Etihad until the red card.
At least they will be entertaining games with plenty of goals. 6-5 Liverpool on aggregate! :)

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16 Mar 2018 12:59:02
We lost to heavily to city because we went down to 10 men, until then, we had a number of opportunities to score and we more than matched them!

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16 Mar 2018 13:19:53
Its going to be entertaining for sure. What a draw, simply amazing. All the other draws are just meh.

Looking forward to the game.

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16 Mar 2018 14:28:17
I can assure you that the City dressing room did not want this draw either. There is an added pressure when you face teams from your own country, especially when you are theoretically the favourite. If you face Barcelona or Bayern and lose, you give it your best shot and the world say's you are not quite there. This is a pressure game for many other reasons. Also, Pep knows that Klopp does have the ability to fashion a side to beat one of his.

We are strong in Europe. We are very strong at home. We weren't as bad as the result suggested at the Etihad.

So be firm in your support, we have every right to win this tie.


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16 Mar 2018 15:30:06
I don't get why everyone is upset about the draw, this is an elite competition and at this stage all teams are elite. If we truly belong in the Champions League let's face anyone with no fear. If we can't beat City then imaginae how we would have done against Barcelona.

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16 Mar 2018 16:05:10
I’m not upset because we can’t win - I believe it’ll be really close. it’s just that we will be playing a very very tough team, but without the joy that comes with playing a Bayern, Juve, Real or Barcelona in Europe.

Hopefully we get through and get that pleasure next round!

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16 Mar 2018 16:07:55
I think being away second leg could really play into our favor. City have an awful record at Anfield, and if we get the result, then there will be even more pressure for City to attack in the return leg. Plays right into Klopp’s style to hit on counter.

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16 Mar 2018 16:12:43
I love Klopps response - it’s a dream draw, for all Manchester United fans.

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16 Mar 2018 16:41:56
It’s Champions League

It’s Liverpool

THEY should be worried about us.

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16 Mar 2018 20:12:10
I personally would have rather faced another team, We haven't played a top European team in a while. So it would have been nice to see how we stack up against the likes of Juve or Barca, that said we have played city before and know what to expect. Likewise they know what to expect from us.

Additionally would have been nice if the possibility remained that maybe we could face city in the final and have 2 English teams then. Anyway, come on redmen :) YNWA.

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17 Mar 2018 00:14:03
I believe we are the favourites against city! I just can't understand the fuss. there are no teams remaining g dat park the buss. y worry. just give our best and who knows dat . it b enuf for d cup!

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17 Mar 2018 08:51:57
Every game that Liverpool have left is a cup final now.
You can't look at any game in isolation and to have had that extra dimension would have been a huge benefit.
But it is what it is.

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17 Mar 2018 11:08:18
MK did we not draw first leg against Dortmund?

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17 Mar 2018 12:40:28
I think they're only loss in the league to us may play on their mind a little. I'd rather have faced City than any of the other teams at this stage, simply because we know how they play.

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17 Mar 2018 13:19:16
The juicer, as people have alluded to we beat them without coutinho and we play better free flowing football without him. You could argue we would have had a better chance if Gerrard was playing in midfield and if carra was next to VVD but football moves on.

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16 Mar 2018 00:13:22
I'd love to see us go for veratti and ndidi in the window our midfield would be so much better! Especially with the arrival of keita in the summer. Imagine we did buy werner too we'd be an absolute force!

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16 Mar 2018 03:10:22
Nice dream but if the spanish giants couldn't prise Veratti loose then i don't expect Klopp to either. Werner won't be coming to us as a plan B option which means we either get rid of Firmino or we look elsewhere. Ndidi would certainly strengthen us but will klopp change his philosophy?

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16 Mar 2018 04:54:34
I think PSG again failing with CL would mean all realistic clubs who can give equal/ more money to PSG players will have a chance at vooing their players. I assume no top player realistically wants to play in the french league if not for money. So if the madrids, barca, bayerns and manchesters come, it will be hard for PSG to keep their players.
Hell PSG won't be holding on to Neymar for more than a year. so Veratti, Rabiot, Le ceslo and Draxler may well look to move this summer or definitely the next.
However Liverpool is not in the picture. Cannot see any of their top top player leaving a city like paris to move to Merseyside. Moreover i don't see us matching the wages on offer.
As for Ndidi, love the player but foxes will make us sweat out every penny we have for him. I think they won't be selling under 50 million and i'd rather see that money invested in bringing a top keeper and best CB available. i don't want to miss on say someone like Alisson because he was 25 million over our budget.
Dont particularly think midfield is a priority with ox, hendo, keita, gini, grujic and ejaria on the books. That is excluding milner and lallana who i believe will be sold and of course Can who is off. Personally i'd like us to convince Can to stay with us and give milner another season ( he is too good as a utility player, covers multiple positions, sobs about it but does the job)
we 100% need a keeper and center back. Can not overlook those two positions again this summer. we fans should be shouting for it. We cannot go into the next season with same defensive fragility.

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16 Mar 2018 06:09:57
I don't tnk Werner is a plan b option. its for Bobby to drop to midfield I tnk which will make him more involved in the match than he is now!

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16 Mar 2018 09:20:25
Come off it Livebird, he's involved in almost everything where he is, he doesn't need to be moved about, why change his position when he's playing like he is? I seriously wouldn't understand it if he got moved, why change something that is working as well as it is. He's not only doing an amazing job himself but he's helping Salah and Mane as well, don't get me wrong they all help each other but everything is around Firmino, he doesn't need to be messed about with changing his position, we need cover sure but nobody's before Firmino for me.

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16 Mar 2018 13:55:33
Firmino is the most important player for Liverpool. Moving him to attacking mid would be like putting VVD at defensive mid. sure, it might work, but why in God's name would you?

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16 Mar 2018 15:35:22
Not everything is around Firmino. Salah is out best player. Salah got marked out of the game last week and we created zero chances.

Salah is the main man. If he plays badly then normally we don't win. Firmino is doing well but not quite at Salah's level. Even when Firmino doesn't play Salah still gets goals and assits, but if Bobby plays without Salah he looks a bit lost and there is no end product.

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16 Mar 2018 21:21:29
And exactly how many games has Firmino played when Salah wasn't in the side?
Sorry dude, that's utter rubbish.

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15 Mar 2018 18:13:25
According to Reports Liverpool are scouting a young german/ turkish Striker from Hertha Berlin.

He is currently on 19 goals and 4 assists in the u20 youth bundesliga and has 2 caps for the U20 Turkish national team. I haven't really seen him as the youth leagues are not on TV here but he seems like a solid striker (1,84m tall, 18yo, good with both feet)

Seems more of a transfer for the u23 but still someone to keep an eye out for.

Believable6 0Unbelievable

15 Mar 2018 18:29:27
The new Samed Yesil!

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15 Mar 2018 18:34:15
Sounds like Samed Yesil to me.

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15 Mar 2018 19:00:29
Muhammad Kiprit 18 plays for Hertha u19s. 20 games, 19 goals, 4 assists this season, been watched by Liverpool scouts. Everton and West Ham also apparently hold interest.

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15 Mar 2018 13:33:12
OUT at end of season:


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15 Mar 2018 13:49:27

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15 Mar 2018 13:58:05
I think Klopp wil give Matip another year before making a final decision. He only joined last year. Even though no transfer fee was paid for him, the club will probably expect in excess of 30Mil, and given this year's performances, I doubt there are many takers.

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15 Mar 2018 13:58:18
Would rather keep Lallana. I don't see why he is getting so much stick at the moment. he's been a long term injury but was one of our best players before that. He is our only midfielder (not including salah and mane) who has a bit of magic in his boots, an ability to spot pass's other don't and make something of nothing. A bad move to move him on I think.

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15 Mar 2018 14:07:57
I'd expect Mignolet, Bogdan, Clyne, Flanagan, Randall, Williams, Can, Milner, Lallana, Matkovic, Sturridge and Origi.

Maybe one of Matip or Lovren. Possibly the likes of Ward, Moreno, Grujic, Ings, Kent, Ojo, Awoniyi and Allan.

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15 Mar 2018 14:50:37
I agree Lallana is a quality player but honestly he’s not going to win the league for us with his quality in the final third.

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15 Mar 2018 16:54:01
I agree on all but Milner and Ings. If Milner agrees to be a backup and cut his salary then okey but otherwise the best decision will be to let him go. I hope Ings stays, he deserves a full year at the club to prove him self, hopefully injury free.

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15 Mar 2018 18:39:00
Milner wants first team football so will likely leave, and good luck to him he’s an excellent pro. I’d say likely departures are between

Ward (but hope he stays) .
One of Matip or Klavan.

It will be more departures than arrivals for me this summer. I hope Grujic, Woodburn, Gallagher, Brewster and Wilson kick on next season and get more games or prem loans at least. Five youngsters who could really be future stars for us.

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15 Mar 2018 20:14:47
If Ward and Mignolet go what are the GK plans? More so if a new number one comes in will Karius stay or is there a complete change of keepers?

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15 Mar 2018 20:15:56
Jonesred what about ojo?

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15 Mar 2018 20:48:20
I think lallana should be given at least another season quite a useful player when fully fit.
Sturridge ings mignolet possibly moreno would be my guess as to the favourites to go. I think milner keeps a squad place due to the number of positions he can play.

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16 Mar 2018 00:42:08
I would keep lallana without doubt. Milner too, and of course Can but that's likely a no go.
Migs will go, matip/ lovren if we buy another cb. Clyne cause we've been looking at rbs. Can cause he wants to. Sturridge cause he's unfortunately a write off. If he was a car he'd have been made into tin cans by now. Origi will likely not come back. But other than that I'd say we'll keep the team together.

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16 Mar 2018 04:03:27
Ed's what is the English quota clubs need to carry?

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{Ed001's Note - need to carry? No such thing, they don't have any quota of English players they have to reach.}

16 Mar 2018 04:10:42
oh ok my mistake, always thought there was. Thanks Ed.

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{Ed001's Note - no, never has been. There is a quota of home-grown players, but they can be from Timbucktoo and still qualify as home-grown.}

16 Mar 2018 05:05:29
Has Milner himself said he wants to play first team and needs more gametime? or is this and assumption here?
If he wants to stay, I'd like to keep Milner for whatever money. For me he is the English guy you want in the dressing room -all fun and high spirits and of course genuine professional. Kind of a silent leader who can lift morale in the room and lift the team on the pitch with and absurd tackle or two. Him and Hendo make a good english duo for us.
PS- i think Milner should grow a Moustache like the one he had a leeds.

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{Ed001's Note - Milner has always maintained that he wants more gametime and first team football. It is why he left Man City to join us in the first place.}

16 Mar 2018 05:13:26
Oh! that is a pity ed, I'd love to keep milner. i do appreciate him as a player. couldn't we convince him?

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{Ed001's Note - why would we want to? It is much better for him to go and play elsewhere and we can have someone who isn't costing us £150k a week on the bench. If he had not been at the club, Robertson, for instance, would have got his chance from the bench much sooner.}

16 Mar 2018 05:18:29
I was thinking in relation to us saving money on a midfielder and investing our resources on a CB and GK, who i think should be a massive priority.
If Milner was leave that leaves us a bit thin in the midfield and then club will look to replace. which might effect other targets? or would that be completely unrelated.

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{Ed001's Note - unrelated. The club know about his desires and it is being prepared for. Look at it this way, Trent Alexander-Arnold is being prepared for a midfield role, if Milner stays that will not happen next season as Milner will get the minutes Trent would otherwise get.}

16 Mar 2018 05:28:17
Oh that's great news about TAA, with his delivery and passing TAA could really be asset in the midfield. Yea definitely should proceed with youth.
I was thinking of milner in a mentor role, but well its gametime that he wants and his game time will cut into the minutes of TAA, grujic, ejaria etc. so its almost a no brainer now.
I just wish club has right plans for these players and don't rush into panic buying because they feel they have less mids.

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{Ed001's Note - hopefully they do have good plans in place.}

16 Mar 2018 10:49:35
Lallana has no magic in his boots and why he is on the bench. I don’t know how people rate him! Bang aveage player who is only good enough to press! Takes far too many touches and no turns juts to shocase his skills! He has absolutely no vision to pick players hence he was never given any responsibilities to dictate the game when he was in form! He could press so could AOC!
The team has upped a level or two meanwhile Lallana is still where he was! If he wasn’t English the club would have sold him ahead ago!

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15 Mar 2018 07:32:25
Hi There Eds

Is there any interest in Abdoulaye Doucouré of Watford. Looks like a player who can improve us defensively, and his passing isn't too bad either.

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{Ed001's Note - lots of interest in him, from a number of clubs, including us.}

15 Mar 2018 08:17:29
But Ed’s do you think he would be ahead of the list over jorginho and others.

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{Ed001's Note - why would he bear any relation on a list to a totally different kind of player in Jorginho?}

15 Mar 2018 09:01:10
Are they both not midfielders? Style of play yes both are different doucoure is more dynamic but realistically we are going to buy only one midfielder as a replacement for emre.
But doucoure would probably be more of a similar replacement for emre than Jorginho.

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{Ed001's Note - both midfielders but totally different types. They would not be an either/or signing.}

15 Mar 2018 09:12:13
Thanks Ed’s for clearing my dilemma by saying it won’t be an either/ or signing but do u think that club would go for 2 midfielders this window cos already our midfield s too crowded.

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{Ed001's Note - too crowded? Can is going, Milner is likely to go and so is Lallana, that leaves a lot of space.}

15 Mar 2018 09:51:37
Lallana to Southampton if they stay up imo. Just a guess based on the quality and type of player he is.

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15 Mar 2018 10:44:38
Thats interesting ed mate wasnt expecting a midfield overhall. Sounds like a few could well arrive. Would love a 3 of Doucoure, Keita and Lemar with Hendo Ox Gini as back up.

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15 Mar 2018 11:03:53
Damn this thread. I spent all last night writing an article on this exact subject and I sent it in no less than 5 minutes ago!

Thunder, stolen 😂.

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15 Mar 2018 12:26:57
Hahaha sorry mate but sure as he’ll publish your article.

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15 Mar 2018 22:26:23
MK you talk a lot of ****, never heard so much dross from one person

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{Ed0333's Note - why would you be so rude Cobra? Please can you explain the hate? MK is a valued contributor on this site and although some of his musings are not to everyone’s taste his posts should be respected. I hope you can look deep into yourself and see you’ve made a faux pas on this one.

16 Mar 2018 10:41:24
We will buy more than one midfielder in the summer. Can is gone, Milner would be gone, Wijnaldum is useless and turns up only for 19 games. Henderson is only fit for 20 games a season. Lallana is off! AOC is the only fit player available. I expect at least 3 to come in including Kieta.

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14 Mar 2018 23:13:32
Timo Werner linked today would love him to sign big future I think.

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15 Mar 2018 04:34:20
Did real Madrid not move away from attempting to sign him because of an ear problem?

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{Ed001's Note - no one has moved away from attempting to sign him. He did have an ear problem that forced him to be taken off in a game after he complained the crowd noise had made him ill, but that was not why he never left RB Leipzig. It was simply because Leipzig rejected any talks over his sale and he never pushed for a move as he didn't think he was ready yet.}

15 Mar 2018 08:45:59
Dealing with Leipzig and Rangnick was fun last summer.

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15 Mar 2018 12:55:24
I would think dealing with RBL might be best left alone for a while no? I mean we kept slapping them until they reluctantly handed over Keita.

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15 Mar 2018 14:25:12
Why are RBL difficult? They did nothing less than what any other club would do to hold on to their prized players. We did no less with Suarez and Coutinho. It's simple. Want somebody else's player? Pay the money. And it becomes easy.

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14 Mar 2018 10:42:04
I agree ED, that defeat hurt me too but I feel like the players were all playing well below par so hopefully we won't repeat that again. I also think Klopp is starting to change his defiant attitude in regards to tactics as I've seen changes (Albeit not against utd lol)

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{Ed0333's Note - my point is Jigz we have those below par performances in us which is worrying. I agree Klopp has evolved tactically and has been doing so for a while. I just don’t think we have the personnel to match his acumen (there’s only so much you can coach) We will do next season hence why I think we will flourish in the future.

15 Mar 2018 07:30:27
Ed I agree totally I also think we become too reliant on individual players eg Salah it's like if we keep him quiet the rest will fold, same was said of coutihno, an last year wid mane when he weren't playing or injured.

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15 Mar 2018 18:41:14
Hi Ed0333. Do you believe Klopp is around for the long haul or could his head be turned?

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{Ed0333's Note - I have no idea buddy. I hope he stays for the long haul.

16 Mar 2018 08:00:01
From his talking and body language he gives the impression of a very committed guy. I don't know, but that's what I see in his press conferences. He treats his time at LFC as a project and a revival. He's smart enough to know that reviving LFC (which he has started already) has far more value in footballing circles than going to a Real Madrid, Barcelona or PSG, and become just one in a series of managers for teams that rely mostly on money and marketing. He hides it well, but I think he has considerable pride and ego and won't leave until his goal is accomplished. I see him more being asked to leave (for example, if we mess up on the top 4 standard we seem to be setting) rather than him walking off for the big bucks.

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16 Mar 2018 10:44:58
I don’t know a team in the history of football that doesn’t have those games in them. Even City this year against Palace and against us and more recently against Basel (dead rubber I know but still a flat performance).

I’m not too concerned about our consistency as we’ve only lost 4 all season and 3 of them were away against top 4 teams. It’s a huge improvement to what we have been used to in the past.

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16 Mar 2018 10:45:23
Hailstones l think every great team has always had a ‘star’ player that drags them through the tight games. Right now ours is Salah. The trick is to have other threats when they are off form and with Firmino and Mane we have that. Keita will add to it from a deeper position too.

Like the Ed I think we will be much better equipped after the summer. I really like that the recruitment is based on quality players even if we have no chance of getting them. There will be the odd one or two that we will get (like Keita and VVD) and they will steadily improve the team. It’s not a quick process but it’s definitely the right process.

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16 Mar 2018 13:16:15
Thank you Ed0333 for your reply.

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{Ed0333's Note - no worries mate

14 Mar 2018 09:30:54
In fairness Ed0333, I don't think it's hubaris - we've proven that we are capable of beating anyone, despite having also proven that we are there for a thumping if we get it wrong against you. But everyone recognises that no match is going to be easy at this point and no matter what, we will have our work cut out for us if we want to progress. That being said, some teams left are the ruling super-powers of Europe and some teams left are very good, well organised squads. Despite both groups being hard games, they are not equal to each other. One thing we need to get out the mindset of though is hoping that we will have the element of surprise. We won our group scoring a record number of goals, and are now in the quarter finals. No-one will be taken by surprise anymore.

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{Ed0333's Note - I hear what your saying fella but I’m a naturally cautious guy and have low excepectations and anything else is a pleasant surprise. You make really good points though mate. Let’s hope the fairytale lasts a little bit longer. I would love Klopps first European title to be with us. As I said too Ed’s 001 earlier the ‘doubters to believers’ quote will go down in Anfield folklore if he does.

15 Mar 2018 04:18:49
I think you’re right to be pragmatic ed - this is the most exciting I’ve seen us play for many years barring 13/ 14 perhaps but we shouldn’t get carried away though as were only 75% through the rebuild as I see it.

That last element of unpredictable results against the top sides is in large part down to midfield for me. I can see why it’s happened this way, but our best midfield for a balance of defence/ control/ pressing and goal threat is for me still Hendo, Gini and Lallana, yet against Man Utd we had Can, Milner and Ox.

Starting from front to back and analyzing the work still to be done

- we have one of the most exciting front threes in a long time but still no impact player off the bench. Can Ings be that player? Jury still out for me.
- our Midfield is OK but for all his recent decent performances Ox is hardly the finished article, I don’t see Milner competing with the best midfielders in Europe (he’s brilliant in some games but can go walkabout and scores very rarely) . Hendo is fantastic but unfortunately injury prone. Gini is still for me the one we should be playing in the big games but hasn’t exactly been blowing the doors off either and Lallana has lost form while Can is still young and inconsistent. We are perhaps in the top 10-15 in terms of midfield but not in the top 5
- Likewise at the back, I think VVD was massive for us and Karius and Lovren looking immeasurably better for him coming in, but we aren’t water tight just yet. We also have a solid LB that’s still adapting, and a very young (even if very talented) RB

Overall in terms of changes next season I think Keita could be revolutionary for us, adding drive, bite and goals from midfield which we sorely lack. I hope we see Robbo, Karius, Lovren, TAA continue their rapid improvement in form and maturity, and hopefully Hendo can stay fit. If we can add an impact player off the bench as well, with goals from midfield or out wide (Lemar? ) then we’ll be 90% of the way there.

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{Ed0333's Note - I agree about the sexiness of our play and carving out chances for fun. We were incredibly hard to beat under Rafa, he was my hero but it was turgid football for the most part. Klopps way is so easy on the eye and I totally agree that an upgraded midfield will yield even more success and hopefully the elusive Premiership. The midfield is mediocre at best and Keita will drastically improve it and change the dynamic but to be fair long John silver would improve the dynamic. The attack is exemplarary and the defense can hold its own if they play their best but the midfield lets us down. Like yourself I see the potential in this team.

15 Mar 2018 07:33:36
I am like u ed think the worst an anything else a bonus sad but necessary after years of let downs an pain, it's obvious this year we seem better against the smaller teams an not as well against top 6, hope this doesn't effect us.

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{Ed0333's Note - hopefully next season we’ll get it right. We’ll beat the good teams and the crappy ones.

14 Mar 2018 21:02:39
Forget Lemar, Klopp should go for Willian.

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14 Mar 2018 21:08:13
Would be nice but we all know Chelsea would be very reluctant to sell a player of that quality to us.

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14 Mar 2018 22:01:08
And to think we could have had him if we hadn’t messed about so much.

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15 Mar 2018 01:10:51
And he'd play for Barcelona now.

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15 Mar 2018 07:51:25
Lemar is a far better option.

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15 Mar 2018 08:58:01
The problem with Willian is that he will go on a run of 10 games where he makes Hazard look like a Scott Sinclair, and then go missing for half a season. He's a quality player on his day but he's too stop-start to be relied on. Also, he's been played centrally before and it was a disaster so if we bought him he'd only get game time by edging out mane or salah.

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15 Mar 2018 09:39:18
I agree hjikle. Cracking player on his day, but goes missing far too much over a full season. Also the stat if right. That Salah has scored more this season already than Willian has in the 4,5 seasons at Chelsea is unbelievable.

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15 Mar 2018 12:50:44
Oh dear! 5 years and 20 plus goals! Is that what you want? Have you seen Leon Bailey play?

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15 Mar 2018 22:30:10
Willian has no end product and KBM-he rejected us not the other way round.

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{Ed0333's Note - clearly your having a bad day today Cobra

16 Mar 2018 10:40:14
Red GT Ummmm, Matic?

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