Moyes eyes move for £25m Liverpool and Arsenal target - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Manchester United are the latest Premier League club to register an interestin Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata, and according to ESPN, manager David Moyes is looking to make a serious bid in the summer.
Man Utd and Liverpool could miss out on £125m Spanish forward - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Barcelona have renewed contract talks with Spain international Pedro, who is a reported transfer target of Manchester United and Liverpool, amidst suggestions that the forwardcould be tempted by a move away from the Nou Camp in the summer.
Liverpool join Chelsea in the race for Serbian attacking star - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Liverpool are set to battle Chelsea for the signature of Benfica's Lazar Markovic, having sent their chief scout to watch the attacker last week.
Markovic, 20, has been making waves recently for Benfica in the Portuguese top flight, and according to the Daily Mail, Liverpool sent chief scout Barry Hunter to Ireland last Wednesday to watch Serbia's 2-1 win over Republic of Ireland, in which Markovic played 75 minutes.
Mixed signals for Arsenal over €25m Atletico Madrid maestro - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
The agent of Atletico Madrid attacker Arda Turan has admitted that his client would one day love to play for Arsenal, but insists he will remain in Spain for the foreseeable future.
The Turkish winger, who is also a long-standing target for Liverpool, has been recently linked with a move to North London, despite the fact that he signed a new deal at theVicente Calderón last summer.
Well Arsenal fans, we are into the last 10 Premier League games of the season. The Gunners had a fantastic first half of the campaign but have dropped off a bit in recent weeks. We are sitting in third place, four behind current leaders Chelsea and behind second placed Liverpool on goal difference. Man City [.
Liverpool poised to snatch £16million Manchester United target - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Seemingly flushed with their success of playing pacey front men, as the like of Suarez and Sturridge tear up defences throughout the Premier League, Liverpool are reported to be keen on adding more firepower of a similar type by pursuing Argentine wide man Nicolas Gaitan from Benfica,
Manchester United are also noted to be keen on the player, but at 26 years old and priced at around £16million he hardly looks a snip.
Liverpool are scouting Benfica attacking midfielder Lazar Markovic but Premier League rivals Chelsea are believed to have a deal in place that gives them first option on him. The Reds' chief scout Barry Hunter was dispatched to the Aviva Stadium last week to watch the youngster in action for Serbia against Republic of Ireland.
Liverpool are the latest Premier League clubs to show an interest in Red Bull Salzburg defender Martin Hinteregger. The Reds sent a scout to watch the 21-year-old in action for Austria as he won his second cap against Uruguay on Wednesday evening. It is thought the report came back that the young centre-back had performed [.
Liverpool have been given the chance to sign Ajax youngster Viktor Fischer this summer, according to reports. The Denmark international, aged 19, was linked with a host of clubs last year after an impressive debut season in Holland, including the Reds. But he has fallen out of favour this term and has now been offered [.
Atletico Madrid midfielder Arda Turan is a transfer target for Arsenal and Liverpool, according to his agent. Both Premier League sides are said to be keen on the Turkey international, who is particularly eager to link-up with Gunners boss Arsenal Wenger. Turan's agent Ahmed Bulut said: "Arsenal and Liverpool?
Liverpool do not intend to spend the £3.3m needed to convert Aly Cissokho's loan into a permanent deal, according to reports. The left-back will be allowed to return to parent club Valencia with the Reds deciding not to take up their option to sign him, according to Valencia-based online newspaper Plaza Deportiva.
Liverpool are set to launch a £10m bid for Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette this summer, according to reports. The Reds have been linked with the 22-year-old throughout the current campaign, and will reportedly make their move at the end of the season. Brendan Rodgers has had Lacazette, who has two France caps, scouted several times [.
I am used to seeing stupid and misinformed stuff about Arsenal in the media, but today seemed to hit a new low. A spectacularly blinkered and idiotic article in the Metro lays the blame for the injury Jack Wilshere suffered in the England game against Denmark, not at the feet of Daniel Agger who made [.
Confronted with a TV camera and the potential to reach an audience of millions, this cheeky mascot couldn't resist flicking the Vs as he made his way out of the tunnel ahead of last night's friendly between England and Denmark. Liverpool right-back Glen Johnson was the player lucky enough to have the privilege of holding [.
With Liverpool in sparkling form and five of England's starting 11 coming from the Reds, Roy Hodgson seemed to have adopted his tactics accordingly. None of the starters come from a team that is currently relying on a conventional 4-4-2 formation anyway. Hodgson knew that the Danes would be defensive so he initially went with [.
Daniel Agger berbicara tentang Sturridge dan Gerrard. Baca selengkapnya di sini: http://t.co/fJhfQwwMnq #LFCIndonesia pic.twitter.com/wzkAKIxmza LFC Indonesia (@OfficialLFC_ID) March 5, 2014 Liverpool defender Daniel Agger is relishing the opportunity to go up against team-mate Daniel Sturridge when Denmark face England this evening.
England and Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has been discussing the wealth of Reds players in the current national squad. Gerrard is joined by team-mates Glen Johnson, Raheem Sterling, Daniel Sturridge and Jordan Henderson in the 30-strong group selected by Roy Hodgson to face Denmark tomorrow evening.
By 1970's Gooner This is what we needed. A bit of luck. Chelsea get drawn away to Man City for the FA Cup and we get Liverpool at home. City feel forced to play their first 11 and promptly dump Chelsea out of the Cup. We play Liverpool out of the park avenging the 5 1 thrashing at Anfield. Then City get an easy home draw against a championship team which has to be played a few days
PHOTO: Brendan Rodgers leads #LFC training at Melwood on Friday pic.twitter.com/2ySBYTKWaz Liverpool FC (@LFC) February 21, 2014 Liverpool right-back Glen Johnson says he rates manager Brendan Rodgers as better at man-management than Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho. Having played under both men, the England international says it is Rodgers who is able to get the [.
Hoffenheim midfielder Roberto Firmino is a possible summer signing for Manchester United and Liverpool, according to media reports. The Sunday People claims that both Premier League sides are scouting the 22-year-old Brazilian. But they will face competition from Italian side Inter Milan, who are also said to be interested in Firmino.
Falling for Football editedby Adam Bushby and Rob MacDonald Published by Ockley Books 2014, £11.99 [F]alling for Football is a highly significant book and not just because of the way it expertly conjures up why we fall for the sport, its tribulations and tensions, its vitality and emotion, in the first place.
"David Moyes is a football genius" http://t.co/SgptwPcw5Q #MoyesOut #thekop pic.twitter.com/JtgdZCYm4y Emil Lundberg (@emlbg) March 6, 2014 Liverpool fans have been giving a sneak preview of a banner they've prepared ahead of their meeting with Manchester United. The old enemies face each other a week on Sunday, and with Liverpool towering above their north-west rivals [.
From a security point of view Everton v Arsenal was a security disaster. Everyone knew that Everton fans would bring flares and/or smoke bombs just as they and their Liverpool FC counterparts had done before. We all knew that Tottenham fans had been able to throw coins and other missiles at medical [.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has been ruled out for at least six weeks with a broken bone in his foot. He sustained the injury during last night's game between England and Denmark. Liverpool defender Daniel Agger caught the Gunners star with a tackle right on top of his foot. In the process, he may have [.
If the latest reports are to be believed, Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina could permanently leave Liverpool for as little as £4m at the end of the season.
The report says whichever club wants the service of the 31-year-old will be able to do so for as little as £4million because of the clause in his contract, leaving Liverpool with a loss of £3million by swapping goalkeepers.
Steven Gerrard initially broke into the senior team at Liverpool as a right-back and then a holding midfield. He spent his best years as a second striker or an attacking midfielder. He was very effective in the role as he spread the ball well, used his great passing range to provide a lot of assists [.
Liverpool Boss Brendan Rodgers believes there is a future for Fabio Borini and Suso at Liverpool after their impressive performances on loan spell with Sunderland and Almeria.
£10.5million signing Borini who was brought from Roma in the summer of 2012, has scored six goals in 28 games for the black cats – including the opener in last weekend's Capital One Cup final defeat to Manchester City , while Spaniard Suso has scored 2 goals, earned many man of the match awards and provided seven assists during his 24 outings in La Liga playing for Almeria.
Watch @LucasLeiva87 return to action with #LFCU21s live on @LFCTV and online tonight http://t.co/a4YFJlHcKZ pic.twitter.com/d6T9AbsQR5 Liverpool FC (@LFC) March 7, 2014 Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva will make his long awaited return to action in an under-21 game against West Ham this evening. The Brazilian star is expected to start for Alex Inglethorpe's Reds [.
Before Daniel Sturridge had finessed his dancing goal celebration to its now familiar routine, it used to be a bit more up tempo. And slightly crazed. Here's the proto-celebration in action during Sturridge's time at Manchester City. We like the bemused team-mate wondering if there's any chance of a hug when Sturridge has quite finished.
I was asked to reprise a post from last season, where I tried to divine Liverpool's finish with both 13 and nine matches left based on points-per-game averages and the comparable results from the season before.
The 'nine games left' update was surprisingly close to where Liverpool finished, aside from the 'best case scenario' option which was further proof that I shouldn't be allowed to guess the results of Liverpool matches, even if they weren't actual predictions.
Luis Suarez says he is the member of Liverpool's SAS strike partnership best suited to a career in the other SAS. The Uruguayan says he would make a better soldier than fellow Reds striker Daniel Sturridge. Suarez, aged 26, thinks that fact that he is older than Sturridge swings things in his favour.
Striker Luis Suarez says that he will stay at the club next season whether Liverpool qualifies for the Champions League or not.Suarez has scored 24 Premier League goals for the current Barclay's premier league campaign with his latest coming in the 3-0 win over Southampton which helped the Reds move into second place in the table.