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Divock Origi: I'm feeling positive about Melwood return

Wed, 04/07/2018 - 16:58

Divock Origi is aiming to put the experience he gained during his loan deal with Wolfsburg to good use this pre-season and seize his opportunities during Liverpool’s summer friendly schedule.

The striker spent last term with the Bundesliga club, making 36 appearances and scoring seven goals after sealing a temporary switch from the Reds in August.

Origi returned to Melwood on Monday to begin pre-season training – and has explained why he’s out to stake a claim in the forthcoming summer fixtures.

He told Liverpoolfc.com: “I am happy to be back. It feels a bit like I am familiar with everything and I never left, so it was easier for me to integrate back into the group. I’m very happy.

“It was a learning season for me [with Wolfsburg]. As a team, we had a difficult season with a lot of changes, but we fought until the end and managed to stay in the league. It was a bit of a change of scenario; I learned a lot mentally and grew a lot. I think I’ve come back more mature.

“On and off the pitch last season, I think grew a lot. I tried to keep fit during the off-season and now I am very excited for the new season.

“I just have to keep my focus on enjoying myself on the pitch and giving everything. The next few weeks will show. The feet do the talking on the pitch, so we will see how it goes. I am positive.”

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Origi returns to Liverpool after another season of progression for Jürgen Klopp’s side, in which they sealed a successive top-four finish and reached the Champions League final.

“Every year since I have been here, we have progressed so much,” he continued. “Even now, I have come back and can see we’ve progressed even more. It was a great season with a difficult end, but it will make us stronger.

“We’ve always come back from setbacks, so I am very excited to see what is going to happen in this new season.”

It’s not just with Liverpool that Origi wants to impress. The 23-year-old is also eager to force his way back into the reckoning with Belgium having not been included in their squad for the World Cup finals.

“I felt especially in the end of last season, I was back in form but maybe it was a little bit too late [to get a call-up],” he said.

“I will be supporting them from afar. We have a very good squad with Belgium, but I’ll do everything to come back as soon as possible.

“My focus is just on playing on my game. When you get into your flow, the goals will follow. It’s about getting fit, getting back into my rhythm as soon as I can and then hopefully scoring as many goals as possible.

“I want to help the team as much as I can. That’s the objective for the whole group and we’ll see how that goes.”

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Barcelona may sell Liverpool target

Wed, 04/07/2018 - 15:44

Barcelona are reportedly closing in on signing Arthur Melo, which could see Liverpool transfer target Yerry Mina exit the club.

The Colombia star was one of his country’s stand-out players at the World Cup as he scored three goals in three appearances.

Mina headed in a dramatic equaliser to force extra-time between Colombia and England in the last-16, but then suffered shoot-out heartbreak.

The centre-back is under contract at Barcelona until 2023, but has only made six appearances in total for the Catalan giants since arriving in January.

Liverpool has been linked with a move for Mina in recent months as Jurgen Klopp looks to add depth to a backline that relies heavily on Virgil van Dijk’s leadership.

Marca claim the arrival of Melo from Gremio will mean Barcelona will have one too many non-EU players in their team.

Spanish press previously reported Barcelona were keen to offload Mina and a switch to the Premier League was an option.

Any side would jump at the chance to give Mina a chance after his heroics at the World Cup. As well as the England equaliser, Mina scored a 90th minute winner against Senegal.

Mina put Colombia 1-0 up against Poland in the previous game and has become an expert in scoring crucial goals just when his side needs one.

Clubs have already been in contact with Barcelona about Mina’s availability and the La Liga giants have reportedly set a £11million asking price.

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Fabinho: It will be an honour to wear the famous red shirt

Wed, 04/07/2018 - 13:04

Fabinho has revealed his excitement over getting his Liverpool career under way this week, describing the prospect of representing the club as a 'huge honour'.

The 24-year-old became the Reds' first signing of the summer transfer window just two days after the Champions League final, agreeing a switch from AS Monaco that was ultimately finalised last Sunday.

After a fee had been agreed with the Ligue 1 club, Jürgen Klopp detailed how Fabinho would fit into his plans - though it appears he needed little convincing that Anfield was the perfect destination.

The midfielder was already thrilled by the idea of playing for Liverpool and, with his first game for the club now a step closer, he is looking forward to achieving big things on Merseyside.

"I've been following the club closely in the last few years and they've improved greatly under Jürgen Klopp," he told FourFourTwo.

"He's said I might play in a few different positions but the plan is to use me in midfield and I'm available to play wherever he needs me. He left the best possible impression.

"He told me the calendar is demanding in England and that he needs players like me. It was a huge honour to hear such a compliment and that's what I wanted for my career - a move to a big club that knew they could count on me.

"[The day I signed] was party day! [My wife and I] were both smiling at everything. I was really anxious during all of the negotiations, so when it was time for me to sign the contract I couldn't have been happier - a dream come true. 

"When I was doing the medical exams, I couldn't stop asking people, 'When does it finally become official?' You don't sign for one of the biggest clubs in the world every day you know!

"A club with Liverpool's history wants you? Come on, you just pack your bags and go! It will be an honour to wear the famous red shirt. For a club like Liverpool, a good season means trophies. 

"Perhaps we can win the Champions League; we were so close to winning it last season. I'm optimistic about the future and I'm looking forward to winning a lot of titles with Liverpool."

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The Brazilian also explained how conversations with compatriot Roberto Firmino further stoked his excitement over an impending switch.

He added: When we were close to finalising the deal, Roberto started giving me some tips about life in the city. He told me Liverpool was a fantastic place, just a little cold every now and again!"

Fabinho is certain line up alongside Mohamed Salah next season after the prolific Egyptian penned a new long-term deal with the club earlier this week.

On playing with the Reds' No.11, he said: "It was a pleasure watching him and he's improving year on year. He's entitled to dream of winning the next Ballon D'Or based on his numbers and achievements next season.

"It's great to see how quickly he adapted to Liverpool which is obviously encouraging for me."

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Nabil Fekir given chance to quit Lyon

Wed, 04/07/2018 - 12:00

Nabil Fekir has been given the chance to quit Lyon after telling the club he wants to leave.

The Ligue 1 club's manager Bruno Gensio has revealed that president and transfer power broker Jean-Michel Aulas has offered Fekir the opportunity to walk away from the club.

And he admitted that Fekir has his sights set on leaving.

Fekir's £53million transfer to Liverpool broke down earlier this summer despite completing a medical.

But the move is believed to still be alive with talks set to continue when the winger returns from World Cup duty with France.

He has come off the bench in all four of France's games so far in the tournament, helping them to a quarter-final showdown with Uruguay.

However Fekir's club situation remains the hot topic - and he has told Lyon that he wants to leave.

"He has expressed his desire to play at another level," Lyon boss Genesio told reporters in France.

"We will need to set a date.

"If there is a possibility like with Liverpool, Nabil will certainly seize the opportunity, once both parties agree."

He added: "I am working under the assumption that he will stay with us.

"He wants to take the next step. The president has offered him the chance to leave. We will see after the World Cup. If Nabil is here, it makes my job easier.

"I would be happy to keep him. I think he is looking at two possibilities: To stay to play the Champions League with us or to leave to join a bigger club."

On top of Liverpool's interest, there have been reports that Manchester United are also in the race for his signature.

Aulas has recently revealed that he has had a conversation with United boss Jose Mourinho - and claimed that he is no longer in negotiations with Liverpool.

"I was with Jose Mourinho the other day. We had long discussions," he said.

"Personally, I am no longer in discussions with Liverpool. At the moment, we are waiting for France and Nabil to have a fantastic World Cup."

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July 4: Read the latest LFC transfer rumours

Wed, 04/07/2018 - 11:43

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Liverpool ready to enter running for World Cup star

Wed, 04/07/2018 - 11:35

Liverpool are being linked with a move to seal the transfer of Barcelona defender Yerry Mina after his fine form at this summer's World Cup.

The 23-year-old was a surprise hero for Colombia before their exit to England on penalties last night, as he netted a remarkable three goals in as many games from the back.

Of course, Mina’s main job is not to provide goals, and he could be a decent signing for the Reds at the back, which remains a position they could do with strengthening.

Fenerbahce are also believed to be in the running to sign the Barca ace, but Liverpool could provide competition, according to Turkish outlet Fotomac, as translated by Sports Mole.

Virgil van Dijk was signed from Southampton in January and proved an excellent purchase, so adding Mina could further help Jurgen Klopp’s side tighten up at the back.

Mina has been linked with Liverpool before, with Spanish TV show El Chiringuito claiming he could move to Anfield on loan.

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Hendo and Trent into World Cup last eight with England

Wed, 04/07/2018 - 00:09

Jordan Henderson saw his penalty saved but England reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup by beating Colombia in a shootout after a 1-1 draw in Moscow.

The Liverpool captain was tireless in the Three Lions’ midfield across the 120 minutes of a scrappy and frantic last-16 encounter at Spartak Stadium.

Gareth Southgate’s side looked to have won the tie in normal time after Harry Kane converted a 57th-minute penalty having been hauled down in the box.

But the South Americans levelled three minutes into stoppage-time through Yerry Mina’s header and nothing could separate the teams by the end of extra-time.

Henderson stepped up to take his country’s third penalty in the subsequent shootout but was thwarted by Colombia goalkeeper David Ospina, diving to his left to save.

However, Los Cafeteros hit the crossbar with their next effort and Jordan Pickford then brilliantly denied Carlos Bacca, allowing Eric Dier to net and book a place in the last eight.

Trent Alexander-Arnold was an unused substitute for England, who will now face Sweden in the quarter-finals at 3pm BST on Saturday July 7 in Samara.

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Inside Melwood: Day two of LFC's pre-season preparations

Tue, 03/07/2018 - 22:08

Liverpool's pre-season programme entered its second day on Tuesday - and our cameras were again granted access to go behind the scenes of the players' latest workouts.

With Melwood again bathed in sunshine, the Reds undertook two sessions at the training complex.

The first of which involved some aerobic work and passing drills, before the early-evening routine consisted of shooting practice.

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Robertson: Full pre-season under Klopp will benefit me

Tue, 03/07/2018 - 18:00

Andy Robertson expects to feel the benefits of what will be his first full pre-season under Jürgen Klopp.

The Scot missed the first three weeks of Liverpool's preparations for the 2017-18 campaign - including two UK friendlies and the same number in Hong Kong - as he awaited the completion of his move from Hull City last summer.

This time, however, he has been able to join up with his teammates at the first available opportunity, returning to Melwood alongside 25 others on Monday morning.

Reflecting on that fact, Robertson told Liverpoolfc.com: "[Last time] I came in a bit late and missed the trip to Hong Kong, which I was a bit gutted about. 

"I think I did the first three weeks with Hull so it was a lot different - it's always good to get a full pre-season with the team you're going to be with. 

"I knew I was leaving Hull last season so it was a tough one but this season I'm settled and I can really focus on pre-season. 

"Over the close season I've been working on getting fit and now I want to get fitter until August and it's all leading up to that West Ham game now."

With Liverpool out to ensure they can maintain a high-energy brand of football across a long season, Robertson described training at this time of year as 'intense'. 

But the 24-year-old has no doubts that the hard work will be worth it once the campaign gets under way.

He added: "The pre-season here is intense but I think it shows when the boys are flying in the first game of the season and then throughout. 

"Our sports scientists are second to none and they have it all thought out. 

"It'll be tough on the legs but it's all worth it when the season comes and you need to be raring to go instead of at maybe 80-85 per cent."

The Reds contest their first friendly fixture of the summer this Saturday when they head to the Swansway Chester Stadium for a meeting with Chester FC.

Robertson is excited to be able to pull on the shirt so soon, and said: "I can't wait. It's good that [there's] a game so quick, sometimes people do maybe a week or two lead-in that you don't have a game.

"It's good to get a game in straight away and pull on the strip, the last time we did it was the [Champions League] final, obviously. 

"It'll be good to get back into that kind of game feeling, the lads are looking forward to it, we've got a few good games coming up and we're looking forward to them all."

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Melwood gallery: 76 photos from pre-season day two

Tue, 03/07/2018 - 17:04

Liverpool stepped up their pre-season programme with the first of two training sessions on their second day back at Melwood.

Stretches and warm-ups were on the agenda on Tuesday morning as the Reds begin the build-up to 2018-19 and a long season ahead.

Our photographer was at the training ground to take pictures of the workout, which you can see in the gallery below.

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Behind the scenes images: Reds get set for Melwood session

Tue, 03/07/2018 - 16:41

It’s day two of Liverpool’s pre-season programme and the squad undertook a ball-work session for the first time this summer on Tuesday morning – and our photographer was on hand to capture behind-the-scenes snaps of the lads getting ready to head out onto the sun-kissed pitches.

The players and staff gathered to don their boots for the day’s maiden workout, during which they did some aerobic exercises prior to a range of passing drills.

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Liverpool Ladies sign Jasmine Matthews

Tue, 03/07/2018 - 15:00

Liverpool Ladies have completed the signing of defender Jasmine Matthews from Bristol City Women.

The 25-year-old came through the youth system with the Vixens and was named the club's Players' Player of the Season for 2017-18.

Matthews is also able to play in midfield and gives Neil Redfearn more options as he strengthens his squad ahead of the new season.

"I have spent my whole career at Bristol City Women so this was a big decision for me to make but once I heard about the interest from Liverpool Ladies it was a no-brainer," she said.

"It is a fantastic club with real ambitions to challenge for trophies so I am really excited for the future.

"I would also like to place on record my thanks to everyone at Bristol City, from the youth set-up to the first team, for helping me to develop into the player that I am today."

Ladies manager Redfearn said: "I am delighted to have signed Jasmine as she is a real leader who I believe will play a key part for us next season.

"Jasmine's versatility was another bonus for us as she is equally comfortable playing in midfield as she is in defence.

"Jasmine had many other offers to join other clubs so I am really pleased that she has chosen to sign for Liverpool Ladies."

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Barca name their price for Liverpool target

Tue, 03/07/2018 - 12:23

Barcelona have named their price for Jasper Cillessen as interest from England increases.

Cillessen is being monitored by Chelsea and Liverpool this summer.

Cillessen has a £53.1m (€60m) release clause in his contract but Barcelona are hoping to bring in around half of that, according to SPORT.

The Dutchman, 29, has played back up for Marc-Andre ter Stegen for the past two seasons but wants to move on for first team games.

A move to the Premier League would suit but there are also interested parties in Italy.

Chelsea are waiting for Madrid to make their move for Courtois before moving for a replacement.

But they are also looking at Alisson Becker at Roma and Leicester’s Kasper Schmeichel.

Liverpool also wanted Alisson and have looked at Jan Oblak but baulked at the fees for them, so Cillsessen is on their radar.

A deal with Liverpool however would be complicated due to the sale of Philippe Coutinho.

SPORT claim Barcelona were frustrated with how difficult negotiations for Coutinho were and they would not give them an easy ride to sign Cillessen.

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Photos: Players arrive for day two of pre-season

Tue, 03/07/2018 - 12:02

It was straight back to business for Liverpool's players as they arrived at Melwood for the second day of their pre-season programme.

A 26-strong group returned to the training ground on Monday to begin work towards the new campaign under the watchful eye of Jürgen Klopp and his staff.

Our photographer will again follow them throughout the day, starting with their arrival at the West Derby base a short while ago...

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Live from Melwood: Pre-season training day two

Tue, 03/07/2018 - 10:34

Day two

Shall we do it all again?

After a busy day at Melwood on Monday as pre-season kicked off, it's the same once more today with further initial work for Jürgen Klopp, his staff and players on the road to the new campaign.

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Klopp: Lijnders' return is really important for us

Tue, 03/07/2018 - 10:14

Jürgen Klopp has expressed his delight at being able to welcome Pepijn Lijnders back into his first-team coaching set-up this summer.

The Reds announced on June 5 the Dutchman would be re-joining the backroom staff in a senior capacity after spending the second half of last season as manager of NEC Nijmegen.

Klopp told Liverpoolfc.com: “It’s good. It’s very, very good. We sent him away for half a year to get very important experience and to have him back now feels just fantastic.

“When he came in the building, everybody was really delighted about that and was really happy about it.

“He’s a fantastic person and a fantastic coach, so it’s really important that we have him back and I’m really looking forward to working together with him.”

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Inside Melwood: Access all areas as pre-season training begins

Mon, 02/07/2018 - 22:46

Liverpool's pre-season preparations began at Melwood on Monday morning - and our cameras were granted access-all-areas passes in order to capture exclusive footage of the players and staff back at the training ground.

Naby Keita and Fabinho were among those who reported for duty, as well as a clutch of returning loan players including Divock Origi and Daniel Sturridge.

The day consisted of a series of tests for the players, including the energy-sapping lactate testing drills.

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Firmino scores to help Brazil into World Cup last eight

Mon, 02/07/2018 - 18:55

Roberto Firmino netted a late goal as a substitute to help Brazil claim their place in the quarter-finals of the World Cup with a 2-0 win over Mexico.

The five-time champions had gone ahead early in the second half as Neymar's quick one-two with Willian resulted in the Paris Saint-Germain attacker finishing from close range.

And they wrapped up a contest they had largely dominated as Firmino, introduced in place of Philippe Coutinho in the 86th minute, followed in to finish a parried Neymar effort on the line.

Tite's men will face the winner of this evening's meeting between Belgium and Japan in the last eight, with that fixture set to be played on July 6 in Kazan.

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Jürgen Klopp on pre-season training: 'It's good to be back!'

Mon, 02/07/2018 - 18:41

Jürgen Klopp is delighted that Liverpool’s preparations for 2018-19 are officially under way after pre-season training began on Monday.

The boss welcomed 26 members of his squad, including new signings Fabinho and Naby Keita, to a sun-drenched Melwood for a day of physical testing ahead of the first of nine friendlies - against Chester FC on Saturday - his side will play before the new campaign begins.

Liverpoolfc.com caught up with Klopp at the training ground to discuss the arrivals of Fabinho and Keita, Mohamed Salah’s new contract, welcoming a number of players back from injury and more.

Watch the interview below, or read on for transcript of what the manager had to say…

On his summer holiday…

Not too bad, not too bad. Like here, we had the nice weather, so it was good - a nice rest. It was a perfect time with family and friends, but now to be honest I am happy to be back. It’s even better that it is for sure the best summer since I’ve been in England, so it starts very positive.

On starting to plan for a successful 2018-19 from the first day of pre-season…

That’s the plan. We are always ambitious, we are still ambitious, so we did a few nice things in the last couple of years, but we know as well that we can still improve so we want to build on the things we’ve achieved so far. We know all the good things, we know all the not so good things. Life is always [about] learning from your experiences, I hope we can show that. The first day is a testing day so the boys have to show how they worked through the summer period. I had a rest apart from being on the telephone for plenty of hours, but the boys will obviously have a programme - and if  they did it the tests will be good and we won’t have to do that much physical work, but if they didn’t it will be a little bit more intense!

On having Fabinho and Keita among those starting training…

Very, very happy to finally have Naby here. It took a while. Fabinho is also here and that’s perfect for the moment. It’s even better they can start from the first day with the training because they have to learn the most, they have to adapt to our style of play. We have eight games until the season starts and we will need them all. They all are important in a different way. They are here, we can start, that’s good.

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On Salah’s new deal…

It is, but it will not be a surprise that I have known this for a few days longer! It is a fantastic sign, I love it. It only shows the big difference this club has made. For the boys, they really know we are back on track. We are not where we want to be, but we are on a good way. These kind of players like him and Bobby [Firmino], they want to stay and be part of this in the future and that’s really a fantastic sign. It’s a big achievement for all of us. I really think the atmosphere around the club is again exceptional. That is what we all enjoy over the season and now we know that for quite a long time Mo Salah will be a part of it.

On Salah thanking his teammates for his success last season…

Because he is smart, he is a smart boy. He knows it. He is not the physically strongest player in the world and football game demands a lot of you from the physical side, so he needs these situations where he can show his skills. The boys worked really hard to bring him into this situation and our game developed a lot in the last year. It was not the same game as [in] the first matchday and the last matchday, or matchday 25 when we were maybe in the best shape, because we got used to each other and knew about the strengths of each other. It was really nice to watch and nice to work on. He knows he needs help [from his teammates] and that he says it shows he is a smart person.

On welcoming players back into the fold after injury…

It always feels a little bit like they are like transfer as well. Joe Gomez was out for a long time, but he was out in a very decisive period in the season after a very good season which he played, so it’s very good to have him back. It’s fantastic to have Joel Matip back, especially because Dejan is still at the World Cup and we wish him all the best for that – there’s no problem with having a final of England against Croatia! That’s the situation [and it’s] really cool. 

Clyney was already involved again in the last part of the season, but of course he’s as well like a new addition to the squad. The boys coming back from loan [too]. And now, it’s ‘let’s go’. It’s an intense time, but of course a very, very important time. You know how the season is, we don’t have a lot of time to do proper training in the physical department over the season, so we have to set the basis now.

That’s what we will do, we’ll not start like crazy because the boys had not the longest holiday in the world but they had a holiday so they need to get used to the boots again, that’s how it is. Whatever they do [during the summer], it’s not on a football pitch, it’s not in football boots so it’s a lot of running, athletic work, stuff like that and then we start involving the football again and first of all reach the level we had last year and then try to improve from that point. So far, so good and how I said, let’s go.

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Photos: Fabinho and Keita join familiar faces at Melwood

Mon, 02/07/2018 - 12:48

Liverpool's players and staff have reconvened at Melwood for day one of pre-season training - take a look at our gallery of exclusive photographs from the training ground below.

New signings Fabinho and Naby Keita are two of 26 members of Jürgen Klopp's squad to report on Monday morning as focus switches to 2018-19.

A day of physical testing is now under way, but the Reds joined the likes of Klopp and the returning Pepijn Lijnders in Melwood's canteen before getting down to work...

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