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Former Reds forward John Aldridge is aware that the club can’t match Manchester City and Chelsea’ s deep coffers, but that shouldn’t be their downfall in the transfer market this summer. While he is "confident that a fit-and-firing Liverpool could finish ahead of both City and Chelsea in next season’s Premier League", the summer will be crucial for them to bring in much-needed depth, particularly in attack, Aldo says, writing for the Sunday World. On aspirational signings: Liverpool should be trying to sign Harry Kane from Spurs this summer, maybe even Kylian Mbappe from Paris Saint-Germain, but it is never going to happen. Having just witnessed a season that saw his strikers miss chance after chance, Klopp doesn’t need me to tell him that he needs a top-class finisher to play in the Roberto Firmino role in his team. Sadly, the top-tier players are out of Liverpool’s reach, with the wages that Chelsea and City can offer. On Liverpool’s strengths as a transfer mastermind: What Liverpool have in their favour this summer is a team of people running the club that boasts a proven track record in the transfer market. The owners might not have the financial muscle to challenge Chelsea or City for the top players in the game, but they do have a manager and a transfer committee that have shown they are among the best in the business. Sadio Mane, Van Dijk, Alisson Becker and Diogo Jota were all transfers that raised eyebrows for different reasons, but all four have proved to be sound investments. Now Liverpool need to go again and make the right buys with the budget they’ve got at their disposal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
For the past year, it’s been widely assumed that Georginio Wijnaldum would join FC Barcelona as a free agent if he and Liverpool couldn’t reach an agreement on a contract extension. It’s no secret that Barcelona’s manager, Ronald Koeman, is interested in reuniting with his Dutch compatriot, and Gini seems to be of a similar mind. With no agreement reached and Gini saying goodbye to the club and its fans on the final day of the Premier League season, the safe bet was that he would sign a contract with Barcelona any day now. But, things are never that simple in football. According to ESPN, the Catalan side is facing stiff competition for the midfielder’s signature, and may no longer even be the favorite to secure it. Apparently, Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain have swooped in and made a big enough offer to turn the Dutchman’s head toward the French capital. The anonymous sources cited by ESPN claim the generous offer has Gini leaning towards a move to the French giants, and Barca is no longer confident they will be able to complete what many thought was virtually a done deal. It should be noted that Liverpool released a list of players whose contracts they would not be renewing today, and Gini’s name was absent.
Jordan came and trained with us; it was something that the first-team staff and Alex [Inglethorpe] were keen to do, as he wanted to do some extra training," said Marc Bridge-Wilkinson, the youth coach. "With the disappointment of the result at Aston Villa a couple of days before, it was probably the perfect day for this to happen and it was a natural lift for the group. "We told the lads about five minutes before the session, so they weren’t expecting this and they were really excited and were really pleased. "The session was really good and Jordan was an excellent addition to that. He was fantastic in the way he carried himself and also the way he trained, the standards he sets were really good.
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Relive the 10 defining moments of Jürgen Norbett Klopp's managerial reign with the Reds, so far. As the boss himself reflects on an incredible 5 years, including Champions League glory and ending the 30-year wait for a Premier League title.
Song Tribute to Klopp, Team, Legends https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/me21/liverpool-fc-heart-to-heart-unity Lyrics below: Tam, tam, ta, da, dam Tam, tam, ta, da, dam Ta, da, dam, tam, tam In the day A sun ray In the night A high beam It's a strong team All together one dream Heart to heart unity One big family Liverpool FC Football like an artwork All passion and work A leader like a rock He is loved in the Kop Because he is top Herr Jürgen Klopp A bright mind One of a kind Touchy, feely A warm heart, not chilly He gives you a nice hug The true love of a man The respect of a fan Not the hate of a thug He is like a rock He is loved in the Kop Because he is top Manager Jürgen Klopp And he has a dream One fabulous team Alisson, Robertson, Milner, Henderson Van Dijk, Wijnaldum, Shaqiri, Origi Lovren, Oxlade Chamberlain, Lallana, Mané Adrián, Matip, Fabinho, Firmino Alexander Arnold, Gomez, Keita, Salah, Minamino Their leader like a rock He is loved in the Kop Because he is top Manager Jürgen Klopp And he has a dream One fabulous team What a team, what a lot Kelleher, Van den Berg, Jones, Elliott Clyne, Hoever, Longstaff, Chirivella Williams, Koumetio, Lewis, Kane Lonergan, Larouci, Ritaccio, Clarkson And Brewster Und der Herr Jürgen Klopp World class top Manager It's a strong team All together one dream Heart to heart unity One big family Liverpool FC Tam, tam, ta, da, dam Tam, tam, ta, da, dam Liverpool FC Bill Shankly Bob Paisley Joe Fagan Sir Dalglish Ian Rush Houllier Benítez Klopp Stevie G And all those who played for Liverpool FC Are one big family 96 Hillsborough Always remember and know Heart to heart unity One big family Liverpool FC Champions of Europe Loved on every continent And soon again Champions of England All I ever know All I ever see Go, go, go and go Liverpool FC All our players Now and then Liverpool women Liverpool men Our club, team, legends Owners, managers, fans, academy All are Heart to heart unity One big family Liverpool FC