- Current club: Liverpool
- Date of Birth: 17 June 1990
- Birthplace: Sunderland, Sunderland, England
- Position: Midfielder
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Liverpool have been handed a big injury boost ahead of their Premier League encounter against Brighton & Hove Albion this weekend.
Liverpool will reportedly make an attempt to sign Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham next summer.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that Jordan Henderson and Arthur Melo won't face Everton tomorrow.
Arthur Melo will swap Juventus for Liverpool this season, after the Anfield giants managed to get a deal over the line for a loan transfer deal on deadline day. An injury sustained to captain Jordan Henderson meant that the club had to move swiftly to sign a replacement, and have opted for the Brazilian defensive midfielder.
Sporting Lisbon's Portugal international midfielder Matheus Nunes has been the subject of fierce interest this summer, and it is apparent that Liverpool are in pole position to complete a move for the 23-year-old Brazil-born player. Since arriving at Sporting in 2019, Nunes has gone on to appear in 74 Portuguese domestic league games, scoring six goals.
Liverpool face off against Real Madrid in tonight's much-anticipated Champions League final in Paris.
Liverpool entertain West Ham United in today's Premier League clash. The Reds are currently six points behind leaders Manchester City, and have another chance to close the gap.
Liverpool face off against Chelsea in the Carabao Cup final this evening. The Reds are aiming to win the competition for a record ninth time, surpassing Manchester City.
Every year, we are treated to a plethora of young talents making their debuts for their clubs. Some go on to become legends, some entertain us for a while and become regular players, while some totally fall off.
Liverpool have been handed a triple injury boost for the upcoming Premier League meeting against Arsenal.