- Current club: Villarreal CF
- Date of Birth: 5 July 1992
- Birthplace: Seville, Seville, Spain
- Position: Left back
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Spanish international defender Alberto Moreno has made a transfer back to his home country with a deal being completed to join Villarreal. The Yellow Submarines have agreed a three year contract with the left-back, who will arrive for pre-season training with his teammates next week.
Arsenal are reportedly continuing their search for a new left-back as they fear the prospect of losing Nacho Monreal at the end of the current campaign.
Liverpool defender Alberto Moreno is reportedly keen on seeking a return to the Spanish La Liga after dropping down the pecking order at Anfield.
Spain international Alberto Moreno could reportedly part ways with Liverpool in the near future with former club Sevilla seemingly keen on his signature.
Liverpool defender Alberto Moreno has reportedly emerged as a cut-price option for Barcelona as they aim to bolster their backline in the January transfer window.
Liverpool will aim to continue their perfect start to the season when they entertain Chelsea in the third round of the League Cup on Wednesday night.
Liverpool full-back Andrew Robertson is reportedly in no rush to extend his Reds contract despite the recent speculation pointing towards a payrise.
Liverpool have reportedly joined the pursuit of Chelsea ace Kenedy, who has impressed during the second half of the Premier League campaign.
Pundit Rio Ferdinand has praised Virgil van Dijk for bringing out the best in Liverpool full-back Andy Robertson. The Anfield club signed Robertson in a £8 million deal last summer and has since impressed since playing at the left-back position for the Reds.
Liverpool play host to Porto in the second-leg of the Champions League round of 16 tonight. The Reds are pretty much through the quarter-final stage of the competition after a 5-0 triumph over the Portuguese outfit on the road, but they will want to guard against complacency with another strong showing.
Liverpool hos Leicester City in Saturday's league meeting at Anfield. The Reds extended their winning streak to 11 games after the 5-0 victory over Swansea City, and they will have their sights on continuing this run to stay clear of the likes of Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal in the top-four hunt.
Liverpool will look to extend their five-match unbeaten streak against Arsenal when they make the visit to the Emirates Stadium on Friday night.
Liverpool will look to maintain their five-match unbeaten streak in the Premier League when they make the visit to the south Coast to take on Brighton & Hove Albion.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will reportedly block Andrew Robertson from securing a loan move during the second half of the campaign.
Liverpool play host to Chelsea in Saturday's late kick-off at Anfield. The Merseysider come into the game on a three-match winning streak, and they are seeking their first league triumph over the Blues at Anfield since 2012.
Liverpool will look to continue their recent winning momentum when they face off against West Ham United at the London Stadium on Saturday evening.
Liverpool play host to Slovenian outfit Maribor in their fourth game of the Champions League group stage.
Liverpool will look to get their season back on track when they host Huddersfield Town at Anfield. The Reds suffered a 4-1 demolition at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur last weekend, and this has dropped them to ninth in the Premier League standings.
Liverpool take on Slovenian outfit Maribor in the Champions League on Tuesday night. The Reds have made slow progress in all competitions this term, and they are presently on a run of just one victory in eight attempts. Their European campaign has begun with 2-2 and 1-1 draws with Sevilla and Spartak Moscow respectively, and Jurgen Klopp will be expecting a strong performance against Maribor, who are probably the weakest team in Group E.
Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool will look to end their lean patch in the Premier League when they entertain Manchester United in Saturday's early kick-off from Anfield. The Reds have won just one league game in their last four attempts but there is every chance that they will turn up against United owing to their excellent record versus top-six opposition. The Merseyside giants have lost just a solitary game to the Premier League big-boys in 2017, and Klopp will hope for a positive result versus United - regardless of the hamstring injury sustained by Sadio Mane.