Timo Werner forwards message to Liverpool as Sky Sports and BT Sport contemplate big broadcast decision


Liverpool matches could be free

The Culture Secretary has revealed that Sky Sports and BT Sport are planning to make certain actions freely available to supporters.

Oliver Dowden confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that he was discussing with the Premier League the possibility of broadcasting matches on free channels.

The move is intended to prevent people from going to a friend’s house with a subscription plan once the action is restarted.

The Premier League has been suspended since March 13 due to the Covid-19 epidemic, but the clubs have pledged to resume and end the season once it’s safe.

And Dowden hopes that a solution with the Premier League and broadcasters can be found.

“I have raised this challenge in the Premier League in the conversations I have had with them,” he said.

“I said to the Premier League, in particular, I think it would not send the best signal if they were the first or one of the first major sports to resume in camera and the general public could not not access it. “

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Werner gives his word to the Reds

The Bleacher report says Werner gave Liverpool his word that he would move to Anfield.

They claim that the appeal of Jurgen Klopp makes Liverpool his favorite destination in the coming window.

One of the hottest prospects in European football by the minute is striker RB Leipzig.

Elsewhere, Liverpool are facing a transfer battle for Inter Milan midfielder Marcelo Brozovic with Spanish pair Real Madrid and Barcelona both interested in Inter midfielder claims Mundo Deportivo – via Sports Mole.

Loris Karius could also be ready for the Wolves next season on loan.

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Alexander-Arnold teams up with kit sponsors to help the NHS

Trent Alexander-Arnold expressed pride in the way medical and key workers are supporting the community during the coronavirus pandemic.

And he is well known for his social conscience and support for community initiatives like An Hour For Others.

But Alexander-Arnold has now teamed up with his Under Armor kit sponsors to supply more than 2,000 products to workers at the Royal Liverpool Hospital.

Trent Alexander-Arnold during the match between Liverpool and West Ham United
Trent Alexander-Arnold during the match between Liverpool and West Ham United

Posting a video on his Twitter account, he said, “As everyone knows that I am Liverpool from start to finish, and this city means everything to me.

“I was so inspired by the work that doctors, nurses and key workers are doing during this very difficult time.

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“With Under Armor, it’s great to be able to give something back, so we’re proving over 2,000 products to the incredible employees of the Royal Liverpool Hospital. “


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