Liverpool have set a £60 million price tag on Mohamed Salah, fuelling speculation that the Egyptian could be sold this summer.
It isn't the losses that kill your Premier League title challenge, it's the draws. At no point on Sunday were Liverpool in first place. The Reds only took the lead against Wolverhampton Wanderers after Aston Villa had ridiculously conceded three goals in five minutes to Manchester City.
Last night's 3-1 loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League was abysmal. Sure, Real Madrid were in decent form going into the game, but Liverpool had won back-to-back Premier League matches. This wasn't the Real Madrid team of 2018 with Ronaldo and Bale that defeated Liverpool in the Champions League Final. The Reds were... Continue Reading →
Every time I see a headline stating Liverpool are to sign Real Madrid forward Marco Asensio this summer, I feel like Mike Bluth from Arrested Development when he is told of his son's girlfriend Ann, "Her?" I feel confused. I don't get the links or the reasoning behind signing Asensio. Sure, he is a good player at... Continue Reading →