Thursday Tweets: Twitter reaction and build-up to Liverpool’s Premier League opener

Liverpool are gearing up for their Premier League season opener against Norwich City on Friday night. The Reds will host the reigning EFL Championship winners at Anfield to start the season.

Jurgen Klopp’s team is coming off of the Community Shield last weekend in which the Reds lost on penalties 5-4 to Manchester City. Despite the setback, Liverpool had plenty of positives to take away from the fixture.

Not only does the Premier League season kick-off tomorrow, but the transfer window shuts today. There has been a flurry of activity in the league, although Liverpool are not buying.

With the Reds preparing for Norwich City on Friday night, here is a round-up of top Liverpool tweets on Twitter.

Thursday Tweets: Twitter reaction and build-up to Liverpool’s Premier League opener

Liverpool Airport has got in on the madness of transfer deadline day.

According to TalkSport, Philippe Coutinho will only return to the Premier League if it is with Liverpool.

Liverpool centre-back stopper Joel Matip celebrates his 28th birthday today.

Want to see all of Liverpool’s goals from last term? Here they are:

Empire of the Kop has made a bold prediction on Mohamed Salah’s upcoming season.

Watch LFC has a nice little video on boy wonder Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Alexander-Arnold got a look at the new mural dedicated to him on Anfield Road today.

How different are Liverpool compared to the team that nearly won the Premier League title in 2013-14? Jordan Henderson is the only player from that squad left.

Nothing like a rival player giving Pep Guardiola what-for when the manager whines about referee calls.

And finally, manager Jurgen Klopp has explained he learned English watching friends. As a former English as a second language teacher, I actually have found this to be a common way that non-native English speakers learn the language.

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