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Liverpool News Roundup: Asking price for Neuhaus revealed, former defender says Raphinha can be the next Jota, and more – 11th February 2021
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Liverpool have another day to prepare for their big clash against Leicester City. The Reds will hope to bounce back after losing their last two games in the Premier League.With that said, let’s take a look at the latest news featuring Liverpool from 11th February 2021:Liverpool’s tribunal fee for Harvey Elliott revealedLiverpool have been asked to pay Fulham a tribunal fee of £1.5 million plus add ons amounting upto £2.8 million for Harvey Elliott.Elliot joined Liverpool in 2019, and is currently the youngest-ever player to make a senior team appearance for the Reds.The total fee of £4.3 million is shy of the £6.5 million Liverpool paid to Burnley when they signed Danny Ings several years ago, but it is still a record fee for a 16-year old.Liverpool released this statement on their website:“Liverpool Football Club respects the outcome of the PFCC’s (Professional Football Compensation Committee) fair and thorough process in this matter.“We would like to thank the panel for their time and diligence in reaching a decision.“We now look forward to welcoming Harvey back from his loan spell with Blackburn Rovers in the summer and helping him continue to build towards a long and successful career at Anfield.” Tribunal rules that #LFC will have to pay Fulham around £4 million (including add-ons) for Harvey Elliott. Fulham will also have a 20% sell-on clause. https://t.co/YuMdrbTIQW— James Pearce (@JamesPearceLFC) February 10, 2021Former player says Raphinha could be Liverpool’s next JotaFormer Premier League defender Alan Hutton has claimed that Leeds United winger Raphinha could move to Liverpool courtesy of his solid performances.Raphinha did not take long to settle in his new environment at Leeds United, and has been a key player for Marcelo Bielsa in recent months.The Brazilian has already scored four times in 17 Premier League appearances for Leeds and has been linked with a move to Liverpool.Hutton believes the Reds are good at picking out players like Raphinha. He thinks the 24-year-old could be their next Diogo Jota, a player Liverpool signed last summer.“You look at Liverpool, they always tend to pick out the gems from the other teams, you look at the likes of Jota and players like him,” Hutton told Football Insider.“They’re quite clever, when it comes to getting these gems from the other teams that have unearthed them, if you want. "Look, Raphinha’s playing at a high level, Leeds are doing really well at the moment. He could be the next Jota for them,” he added.Florian Neuhaus will cost Liverpool €40 millionAs per German publication Kicker (via Sport Witness), Liverpool have been told that they will have to pay around £35 million to sign Florian Neuhaus in the summer.Neuhaus has been linked with a move to Liverpool to replace Dutch midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum. The Reds are expected to compete with Borussia Dortmund for the German's signature.The 23-year-old has put in some impressive displays for Borussia Mönchengladbach this season and was even linked with a move to Real Madrid a few weeks ago.It remains to be seen if Liverpool will shell out £35 million for Neuhaus, as a lot could depend on how well they can sell some of their fringe players.Liverpool have expressed interest in signing 23-year-old Borussia Mönchengladbach’s midfielder Florian NeuhausNeuhaus' current contract includes a €40m release clause [@kicker via @Sport_Witness]— LFC Transfer Room (@LFCTransferRoom) February 11, 2021 Published 11 Feb 2021, 18:19 IST .
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Liverpool News Roundup: Reds to compete with Barcelona for Depay, Klopp’s ‘dream signing’ revealed, and more – 9th February 2021
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Liverpool have a week to prepare for their next game against Leicester City. Let’s take a look at the latest news featuring Liverpool from 9th February 2021:Upamecano is reportedly Klopp’s dream signingDayot Upamecano is Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp’s ‘dream signing’ as per Bild (via Mirror). The Reds signed defensive reinforcements on deadline day in the form of Ben Davies and Ozan Kabak, but they remain interested in signing Upamecano.Considering the money some of the Premier League sides have spent in recent years, a fee of £37 million for Upamecano – which happens to be his release clause – isn’t a big ask.Liverpool will face competition for Upamecano, who has also been linked with Chelsea as well as Bayern Munich in recent weeks. The Frenchman has impressed at RB Leipzig, and at 23, has a long career ahead of him. It remains to be seen if Upamecano will want to move to Liverpool, who will have Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez, and Joel Matip available once again next season.The race for Dayot Upamecano is currently between Bayern, Chelsea and Liverpool. Bayern have to save money during the crisis. However, the club's bosses are ready to dig deep into their pockets for the Frenchman. Bayern are leading the race [Bild] pic.twitter.com/kXVOCoimwP— Bayern & Germany (@iMiaSanMia) February 9, 2021Liverpool will look to sign Memphis Depay in the summer Memphis Depay has resurrected his career at Lyon after a disastrous spell at Manchester United, and the Dutchman is reportedly on Liverpool’s radar.As per Fichajes (via Sport Witness), Liverpool are expected to compete with Barcelona for Depay this summer, when he becomes a become a free agent.The 26-year-old has scored 13 goals in 24 Ligue 1 appearances and could be the player to take some pressure off of Roberto Firmino next season.Liverpool have lacked a quality alternative to Firmino, which has been evident this season as the forward looks jaded from playing too many games.Raphinha could move to Liverpool in the summerRaphinha is in line for a move to Liverpool. As per Juve Live, the Whites are already preparing for life after the Brazilian winger. The report claims Leeds will consider Douglas Costa as a replacement for Raphinha, should he leave for Liverpool next summer. The Reds have been linked with several attacking names to add some freshness to their squad in recent weeks. Liverpool are expected to sell the likes of Divock Origi, Xherdan Shaqiri, and Harry Wilson to raise funds for new players.Raphinha has made an instant impact at Leeds this season, managing four goals and four assists in 17 Premier League games so far. Published 09 Feb 2021, 23:52 IST .
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Twitter erupts as Alisson horror show sees Manchester City thrash Liverpool 4-1 at Anfield
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Three minutes of nightmarish goalkeeping from Alisson Becker cost Liverpool all three points as Manchester City continue their dominance.Ilkay Gundogan had one too many chances to claim all three points and he took two of those to help Manchester City to a crucial win. Raheem Sterling nodded home to add cushion to their lead before Phil Foden belted home their fourth goal of the night.Both teams remained organized for the greater part of the game and it was Alisson's consecutive errors that ultimately gifted City the advantage that they kept till the last.A set of awfully misplaced passes from Alisson Becker around the 75th minute gave Manchester City two chances and they took them both with open arms.10 minutes prior to that, Mohamed Salah had converted from the spot in the 63rd minute after Ilkay Gundogan had given Manchester City the lead.Gundogan made up for a first half penalty miss by poking home a parried shot early in the second to give open the scoring for the Cityzrns.Both teams looked well matched in the first half though Manchester City did look more threatening at times. The game ebbed and flowed but Pep Guardiola's side should have scored first after Fabinho bundled Sterling inside the area and they were awarded a penalty.The Brazilian's trailing leg caught Raheem Sterling and Michael Oliver pointed to the spot. However, the usually composed Gundogan took after Kevin De Bruyne and Riyadh Mahrez and sent the ball into the stands.Sadio Mane had missed a great chance earlier for Liverpool after running onto a cross from the right wing. Liverpool tried to claw their way back into the game and Curtis Jones came close with a low shot 10 minutes into the second half but Cancelo had it covered and deflected the ball away. But Ruben Dias uncharacteristically misread a ball into the box and resorted to tugging Salah from behind and the Egyptian went down and won a penalty. He slotted it home without any hassle.At the end of the night, it was Alisson's grave errors that cost Liverpool the game and the Brazilian is sure to come under severe criticism. After going 68 home games undefeated, Liverpool have now lost three games on the trot at Anfield.Twitter slams Liverpool's Alisson and celebrates Manchester CityNever seen a player create more chances for the opponent than Alisson Becker— Hałe (@CFCHale) February 7, 2021Ouch, Liverpool! 3 – Liverpool are the first side to lose three straight home league matches in the following campaign after winning the English top-flight since Chelsea did so almost 65 years ago back in March 1956. Throwback. #LIVMCI pic.twitter.com/UDJymBGlUV— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) February 7, 2021Big night and big win for Manchester City.⏱️ FT | Liverpool 1⃣-4⃣ Manchester City🔝 City secure their first league win at Anfield since 2003 to open up a five-point lead at the top of the table pic.twitter.com/4e8rvKB6eA— WhoScored.com (@WhoScored) February 7, 2021Phil Foden was once again on fire for the Cityzens.Phil Foden’s game by numbers vs. Liverpool:6 ball recoveries 4 fouls suffered 3 interceptions 3 attempted take-ons 2 successful take-ons 2 tackles won 2 shots 1 assist1 goal Mesmerising. 🪄 pic.twitter.com/AO1dn81aZG— Statman Dave (@StatmanDave) February 7, 2021📉 Alisson earned a WhoScored rating of just 3.73 in Liverpool's 4-1 defeat to Manchester City, the lowest in a Premier League match this season pic.twitter.com/G7H3cpLS2d— WhoScored.com (@WhoScored) February 7, 2021Meanwhile, Ilkay Gundogan has been a revelation.Most Premier League goals scored in 2021: ◉ Ilkay Gündogan (7)◎ Harry Kane (4)◎ Tomas Soucek (4) ◎ Matheus Pereira (4)◎ Ollie Watkins (4) Catch him if you can. pic.twitter.com/GnzkFRZsba— Squawka Football (@Squawka) February 7, 20218 - Since netting his very first goal of the season on December 15th, Manchester City’s Ilkay Gündoğan has scored at least two more league goals than any other Premier League player over this period (8). Redeemed. pic.twitter.com/cirQlPjGHv— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) February 7, 2021Pep Guardiola now holds or shares the record for the longest winning run in:✅ LaLiga history✅ Bundesliga history✅ Premier League history🆕 English top-flight club history 14 Ws in a row across all competitions. 🙌 pic.twitter.com/vIVrLUIf9e— William Hill (@WilliamHill) February 7, 2021 5 teams are yet to win a Premier League home game in 2021:🔘 Liverpool 🔘 Fulham🔘 Leeds🔘 WBA🔘 EvertonWay off title-challenger pace. 🏠 pic.twitter.com/cxNu9x47OL— Statman Dave (@StatmanDave) February 7, 2021Bad day for the cut.27 – After 23 games this season, Liverpool (40) now have 27 fewer points than they did at the same stage last season (67), the biggest drop by any reigning champion at this stage of a campaign in English top-flight history. Molehill. #LIVMCI pic.twitter.com/lrwiL8Ndko— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) February 7, 2021 Published 08 Feb 2021, 00:03 IST .
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Liverpool midfielder Fabinho gives update on his injury return 
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Liverpool midfielder Fabinho has stated that he is unsure over when he would return from injury.The Brazil international pulled up with a muscle problem in the FA Cup defeat to Manchester United and has missed the Reds' three games since then.Speaking to Liverpool's official matchday program, the 27-year-old said:“I had a slight discomfort in training so we decided that I shouldn't play against Tottenham or West Ham.“I started undergoing my recovery straightaway and I'm feeling a lot better than I was at the start of last week and hopefully I'll have the opportunity to come back for these games we have coming up.He added:“We're not exactly sure how long I will be out but I'm working hard to be back playing as soon as possible.”Fabinho has been integral to Liverpool's success since arriving at the club from Monaco in the summer of 2018. After an initial period of adaptation that saw many question his abilities, the midfielder has gone on to silence his critics with a string of fine displays.His innate ability to read matches and excellent interceptions helps solidify Liverpool's base. This consequently allows his more attack-minded teammates to wreak havoc going forward. However, he has been forced to play out of position for most of the season, owing to the defensive crisis in the club.Fabinho has been deployed at the heart of defence on several occasions but still discharged his duties with minimum fuss.Liverpool's disproportionate injury crisis and the impact on the title defence Jurgen Klopp has had several injury concerns this seasonThe congested nature of the current campaign has taken a toll on all Premier League sides, with muscle injuries going up by 40%. However, Liverpool have unarguably been the hardest-hit club, with no fewer than 12 key first-team players having suffered varying degrees of injuries at one point or another.The most serious ones have come in defence. The club currently have their first-choice centre-back options ruled out with long-term injuries, while Joel Matip's fitness record throughout his Liverpool career has been poor.Having persevered against all odds from November through December to go top of the table, things have begun to unravel for Liverpool in recent weeks.A run of five games without a win in the league saw them plummet down the table. Having just gotten back to winning ways with consecutive victories, another loss at Anfield has put a spanner in the wheels.Up next for Liverpool is a mouth-watering clash with a rampant Manchester City on Sunday. The Cityzens have been in fine form lately and are the favourites heading into the tie.A failure to get a victory on home turf for the third consecutive game could all but end Liverpool's hopes of successfully defending their Premier League crown. Published 05 Feb 2021, 18:32 IST .
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