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Liverpool winger wants to shockingly leave for Real Madrid

January 16, 2020 • admin

Real Madrid and Liverpool could also be certain some major transfer talks with a key man of the Reds opening the door to a move for Spain.
Real Madrid are keen on signing Sadio Mane from Liverpool during the upcoming months, several reports have claimed earlier. The forward is enjoying his best season with the Reds and had a fantastic 2019. Frankly, it are often said that it had been an injustice to him to not have picked up the Ballon d’Or or FIFA’s the simplest Award albeit his performances were top-notch.

Sadio Mane was instrumental as Jurgen Klopp’s side won the UEFA Champions League at the top of the 2018/19 season and went onto add two more trophies by the year’s end- the UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup . Additionally, Mane was also a runner-up at the African Cup of countries 2019 together with his national side, Senegal.

Currently, Liverpool are on the summit of the Premier League by quite a transparent margin before Leicester City and Manchester City and that they owe tons of credit to Sadio Mane, who has popped up with some absolutely crucial goals and assists additionally to his consistency that has seen him become one among the highest scorers within the league.

Liverpool winning the Premier League this season is an inevitability and only a matter of your time while they’re also within the FA Cup, so should they find yourself wrapping up a domestic double then Mane’s challenge at the Anfield may practically are completed and he might be hospitable a more moderen challenge, as per ESPN’s Steve Nicol through Express.

“When it involves Real Madrid, anything’s possible, players when they’re linked with Real Madrid, their eyes illuminate . The question is – what’s this guy all about?”

Source: playingfor90.com

Why Liverpool may already their Xherdan Shaqiri replacement lined up for next season

January 15, 2020 • admin

  

 Liverpool have reportedly turned down a loan offer from AS Roma for Xherdan Shaqiri, consistent with Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, with the Serie A club supposedly curious about Swiss international as a replacement for the injured Nicolo Zaniolo for the rest of the season.

Shaqiri has only made 10 appearances for Liverpool all season (three of them from the start), playing just 256 minutes, but when handed his first start of the campaign within the Merseyside derby in early December, he offered a timely reminder of his quality with a well-taken goal during a polished all-round display.

At this stage, there would appear to be little or no benefit for Liverpool in letting him go, while for the player himself, it’s quite likely that he’ll be adding a Premier League winner’s medal to his collection come the top of the season and be ready to play his part in an iconic chapter within the club’s history.

In terms of profile, there are similarities with Shaqiri, therein Elliott is additionally a heavily left-footed, diminutive creative attacker, best suited to cutting inside from the right-hand side, but capable of slotting into variety of various roles, with the skillset to potentially play across the forward line in years to return .

That isn’t to mention that Liverpool won’t invest in new attacking signings within the summer also , but as succession planning for the longer term of the attack becomes ever more important as time moves on, Elliott is probably going to become increasingly involved in Klopp’s thinking, instead of going out on loan as many youngsters do when trying to realize experience. the very fact that he’s already training regularly with a number of the simplest players within the world at Melwood can only accelerate his development, alongside his regular involvement for the U23s.

It’s important to not place an excessive amount of pressure on such young shoulders, and development doesn’t necessarily follow a linear trajectory, but on the evidence thus far , it wouldn’t come as a serious surprise if Elliott is that the able to take Shaqiri’s place within the squad, and starts to feature far more heavily for the senior side (not just in domestic cup competitions) sooner instead of later.

Souce : liverpool.com