Premier League side Liverpool have abandoned the deal for top summer interested Naby Keita as the conundrum seems like one that would not go away.

After the relief of making the Champions League at the end of the last season, this summer was supposed to be one where top players would join and strengthen the club. However, Jurgen Klopp and the Reds team have not been as impressive.

After two failed bids, Klopp has reportedly opted to abandon the Keita deal. The second offer of £66 million did not pull through so the German tactician has decided against the deal for the Guinea international. The chase has taken its toll on the management, slowing down the impending spark ahead of the new season as the much needed depth is not achieved yet. Continue reading LIVERPOOL TO ABANDON THE KEITA DEAL

Julian Brandt is a realistic summer target for Liverpool

Julian Brandt is a 20 year old German winger who has been making impressive performances in the Bundesliga as he is a regular starter for TayfunKorkut in Bayer Leverkusen and one of the youngest players in the club who has shown his worth and earned his place along with the rest of his teammates of Bayer Leverkusen.

Despite being at such a young age, Julian Brandt has already made a huge contribution for Bayer Leverkusen as the German player has provided his comrades with 6 assists and 2 goals in 25 appearances. 6 assists might not sound like a big amount but after 26 league matches that Bayer Leverkusen has played; this is the highest amount of assists provided by any player in the team.

Liverpool’s JurgenKlopp has shown interest in signing the rising star and he has recently good news as there were rumors going on claiming that Julian Brandt had already been locked up by Bayern Munich but this news was completely fake as his father and agent Jurgen Brandt has rejected it. Continue reading Julian Brandt is a realistic summer target for Liverpool


Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp says Manchester United resulted to long ball football during Sunday’s draw when both sides met in the Premier League.

A late header from United striker, Zlatan Ibrahimović annulled the only goal that Liverpool held on to during the face-off between both clubs on Sunday. James Milner put in a penalty kick at the first half of the match which kept Liverpool on the lead.

Klopp believes that his team played a better football than his counterpart. He said that he had executed a better plan in the game, but United maintained long balls in a wide game.

“In the end of period of the game when united started playing long balls – to Marouane Fellani and Zlatan Ibrahimović – after 80 minutes high intense football is hard,” the German said.

Mourinho thinks differently. He said his team attacked, while Liverpool simply played a defensive game.

With his side now third, Klopp suggested that the draw was in favour to his team in the race for the title. Liverpool are currently seven points behind Chelsea – log leaders. Continue reading KLOPP FAULTS DRAW TO UNITED’S “LONG BALLS”

Adam Lallana has welcomed Liverpool’s decision

Adam Lallana has welcomed Liverpool’s decision not to hand the axe to Brendan Rodgers.

After Liverpool’s dismal performance the previous season, it seemed as if Rodgers’ time was up at Anfield and he might be asked to leave, but, that did not turn out to be the case as the Reds’ owners kept their trust on the manager intact and let him be at his post.

According to Lallana, Rodgers’ position should actually never have been in doubt as he has been doing his job really well for the last couple of years.

In his interview to an English sports channel, the playmaker said, “its good news that he’s staying. He is one of the most fantastic managers I have worked with so far. You want somebody like him to be in charge for the quick development of the players. He is so knowledgeable in terms of technique.”

Rodgers might have stayed for a bit more time, but, Liverpool has indeed lost a gem in the form of Steven Gerrard who is going to be on his way to America very soon to feature for Los Angeles Galaxy. Continue reading Adam Lallana has welcomed Liverpool’s decision