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Jamie Carragher issues warning to Liverpool FC about Mo Salah
five assists in the Premier League as Liverpool FC finished as runners-up to Manchester City. Speaking back in December, Liverpool FC boss
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With 1.1 billion people having tuned in to the 2018 World Cup final, FIFA will be hoping that the 2022 competition in Qatar can match those figures. With coronavirus having raged around the world, with more people watching football from their homes as opposed to public places such as bars, you can be sure that the ongoing trend that makes football the most popular sport in the world will long continue.
Next week Atletico Madrid take on Premier League side Liverpool hoping to follow up last season's victory over the Anfield giants with another European victory. Diego Simeone’s men have a depleted squad as they prepare to take on the former Premier League champions.
Is the international break a blessing or a curse? Liverpool has been the most unfortunate club to be on the wrong side of this international break with the injury of center back Joe Gomez and now talisman Mo Salah has tested positive for COVID-19.
Both Liverpool and Arsenal have made perfect starts to their 2020/21 Premier League campaigns. Jurgen Klopp’s team beat Leeds United and Chelsea, while Mikel Arteta’s side won against Fulham and West Ham. All of which sets things up for a fascinating clash between the two ‘big six’ teams on Monday night.
Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp has won a poll put on by the BBC where viewers voted for the best manager in last season’s Premier League. Klopp came out top with 49 percent of the vote, far ahead of his nearest rival, Sheffield United’s Chris Wilder in second place with 32 percent of the vote.
Paris St Germain are ready to make a surprise move for Liverpool attacker Adam Lallana in the January transfer window, with a reported bid of £15 million being weighed up by the French giants. Lallana has found himself on the sidelines at Anfield in recent seasons.
After one of the most remarkable seasons in the English game, Manchester City will be hoping to hold off four European finalists in their bid for three successive Premier League titles. In addition to the four English clubs that contested the final of both major cup competitions on the continent, rivals Manchester United will also be hoping to stake a claim on the biggest prize in English football; the Premier League title.
After Man City have edged their way to the Premier League title ahead of Liverpool, both teams now still have two more games of their season to complete before the long slog is finally ever. Liverpool will take on Tottenham in the Champions League final, whilst Man City will play Watford in the FA Cup Final.
Liverpool star striker Mohamed Salah rejected a move to Real Madrid this summer in order to stay at Anfield.
Liverpool and Mohamed Salah have agreed terms on a new five year contract. The Egyptian international has signed a deal worth a reported £200,000 per week at Anfield, who will be delighted to have tied the talented player to a longer spell.
Egypt manager Hector Cuper has indicated that he did not want to take risks with Mohamed Salah during the Pharaohs' close 1-0 defeat to Uruguay in their opening game of Group A.
For all Liverpool fans, LFC’s storied history feels more and more ancient with each passing season.
Mo Salah has been a sensation this season as he made his Premier League return with Liverpool and currently sits top of the goalscoring charts, which is made even more impressive by the fact that he cost them just £34 million from Roma last summer. His performances have not gone unnoticed and now some of Europe's top club are preparing to make a move for the Egyptian, which could see him become the world's most expensive player.