Liverpool transfer ‘anxiety’ remains but Philippe Coutinho never got an answer


Liverpool have officially signed Kostas Tsimikas after their transfer failed for Jamal Lewis. Thoughts? Taking cover for Andy Robertson was obvious. I hadn’t heard of Tsimikas a few days ago but I like what I read about him.

On Lewis – Norwich had their asking price, we got our assessment, that didn’t happen, we continued. Our track record in the transfer market over the past few years has been phenomenal and I trust Klopp and our recruiting team to have unearthed another gem.

The Champions League takes place this week. How jealous will you be of Man City watching these games?

I have spoken about my thoughts on the European Cup below. I would love to be still in it and absolutely hate the idea of ​​City winning it. But jealous of them? Never!

I hope Atletico Madrid wins it. They’ve been really unlucky in a few recent finals and at least we could say we got knocked out by the winners!

Liverpool’s Nike jersey sales went very well. What do you think of the products that have been launched so far?

I haven’t bought a replica shirt in years and the asking price of £ 70 was never likely to make that change.

But I like the new home kit. Red, white collar, big white Liverbird, Premier League champions badges. What more could you ask for ?!

If you’re stressed out about designing a kit after we’ve just won our first title in 30 years, you’re doing it all wrong!

Ismaila Sarr is on Liverpool’s list as a player the club love. Would he be one of your favorite targets this summer?

He’s had two really impressive games against us and seems to have all the raw ingredients to be a Klopp player, one that the boss would love to work with and develop with.

A save for the top three is definitely the biggest cause for anxiety among our fan base and getting someone like Ismaila Sarr would help alleviate that.

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I think there is a lot more to come from Takumi Minamino too. Bringing a Timo Werner or a Jadon Sancho here to replace was always a long way.

Philippe Coutinho continues to be linked with a return to the Premier League. Would you like him to sign for Arsenal or for someone else in England?

I’m sure Philippe Coutinho regrets leaving Liverpool and I thought for a long time that bringing him back would send the wrong message i.e. anyone who jumps ship to Barcelona or Madrid has a ‘get out’ card. jail for free ”if that doesn’t work.

The only team I see being a threat next season is Man City and I don’t think he improves them. So I wouldn’t mind if he came back to the Premier League.

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I wrote for the first time for the “Fans Jury” of the Echo at the beginning of 2004-2005, another season which did not end too badly! I’d give myself a kick if I missed the chance to at least try to put some words into what our magnificent Reds just did for us.

Back then, our 14-year wait for a league championship already seemed like an eternity. I didn’t expect it to be 16 years before our name was finally etched in the Premier League trophy.

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Unlike its predecessors, this side did not crash and burn. It has not been weighed down by our history. Last year’s near-crash only helped him reach even higher heights.

Without a doubt aided by this magnificent sixth European Cup victory in Madrid, we pulled out the guns and played like champions from day one.

We clubbed Man City, a team that had won 198 points in the previous two seasons, to submit. Pep Guardiola’s side were the ones who played as if they had the weight of the world on their shoulders as the Reds produced one of the most surprisingly dominant campaigns in English top flight history. Winning the league with seven games to go is beyond our wildest dreams!

Seeing Jordan Henderson lift the Premier League trophy, under Kenny’s approving observation, immediately surpassed everything else as my biggest moment of my life as a Red (sorry Rafa and Stevie!).

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To Jurgen Klopp, the best coach in world football, and to this wonderful group of players who have given us absolutely everything; Thank you! To FSG, for bringing Jurgen to Anfield and putting the club on a footing that allowed this to happen; thanks too!

Conversations about how we stay on top are for another day. We’ve waited 30 years for this moment, so let’s savor every second and trust the leaders of our football club to take care of the rest. They haven’t done too badly so far, have they?


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