Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Important Liverpool Football Club Latest News

By Thomas Stewart

Since the arrival of Jurgen Klopp Liverpool has undergone a transformation. For this reason, this article will look at Liverpool football club latest news hitting headlines this last week. The club currently is closing in on acquiring the services of midfielder Marko Gruijic, who is a Red Star Belgrade at a deal of 5.1 million pounds. Red Star, a Serbian club has confirmed that a deal has been struck, and the player might move to Liverpool club at the end of the season.

The statement means that Liverpool has beaten Stuttgart and Anderlecht in acquiring the services of the promising 19-year-old midfielder. Red Star has included a ten percent fee on any future transfer involving the player. In the beginning, the deal seemed to be falling out when the father confiscated the player passport; hence, he could not travel out of the country.

In other news, rumor has it that Liverpool and Arsenal is leading in the race to acquire the services of James Maddison the Coventry midfielder. The two clubs are reported to have scouted the player on different occasions, but they are yet to make any offer for the 19-year-old player to leave the league one club.

Reports indicate that one premier league team has sought for the services of the player and made an offer to his team. James has missed a better apart of the season due to injuries. His current team values him at 10 million, and they are determined to retain him even on loan until the end of the season. On other news, Jurgen Klopp has decided to open up on his player and managerial career on the clubs website.

The manager claimed that during his career as a player he was not such an excellent player. However, he had to compensate for that by getting at a top-level managerial career. Klopp claimed that to take part in high-level football he had to up his game in the managerial career.

Klopp also spoke about his time at Mainz as a player for 11 years, much of that time the club was in the second tier league of German Football. Reports from London indicate that Martin Skrtel is out for the next six weeks after suffering a tendon injury and hamstring. The center back limped out of the field in the first half of the Liverpool-Watford game that they lost 0-3 on Sunday.

His absence will likely cause headache problems for the manager at this time that the team is struggling. Skrtel has been a pivotal player during the clubs renaissance after the departure of Brendan Rogers.

The team will have to look for a solution as they look forward to a more tricky side such as Leicester that is top of the log. The thrashing of the team in the weekend might have dampened their spirit being that they have not won any game in the last five matches.

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