There is a long and rather interesting story in the Eastern Daily Press that slams Liverpool for our conduct during the Jamal Lewis chase. Journalist Paddy Davitt has branded the Premier League champions ‘disrespectful’ and has claimed the relationship between ourselves and Norwich has been damaged following the Jamal Lewis mini-saga.
Dejan Lovren is very much enjoying life in Russia since his switch from Liverpool at the end of the English season. He’s already won both his matches for Zenit and has earned rave reviews for his performances as well.
Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick reckons his midfield gem Thiago is Premier League bound. The Spaniard has refused any contract extensions offered to him by the Bundesliga champions and has alerted them of his intention to leave this summer.
Liverpool are today being credited with an interest in Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger. The German defender is rated by some as Frank Lampard’s best centre-back, but his form towards the end of the season was scratchy and he lost his place at one point and his future is up in the air.
Liverpool have already spoken to Thiago and agreed personal terms, Bild editor Christian Falk told the Inside The Hottest transfer Deals Podcast, who says the information comes straight from Bayern’s dressing room.
Former Portsmouth and West Ham midfielder Gary O’Neil has been named as Liverpool U23s assistant coach for the new season. The Englishman will help Barry Lewtas, the U23 coach, who has been promoted from the U18s, with Alex Inglethorpe the overall Academy Manager.
Liverpool are now being heavily credited with an interest in Talles Magno, and according to Brazilian football expert @Zizouology, who is prominent on Twitter and has a big following, we’re in pole position for the starlet’s signature.
Liverpool were considering signing Real Madrid left-back Sergio Reguilon this summer, but were put off by the £18m asking price and actually considering new buy Kostas Tsimikas a superior player anyway.
Most of what we’ve seen and read about Kostas Tsimikas so far revolves around the Greek’s battling qualities. He’s very, very hard-working – leaves everything out on the pitch and has a fantastic engine up and down the left flank.
Kostas Tsimikas has praised Andy Robertson, Liverpool’s sublime Champions League and Premier League winning left-back. The Greek arrived at Melwood yesterday from Olympiakos to compete with the Scot, but Tsimikas isn’t intimated by the greatness of the man ahead of him in the pecking order.
Jurgen Klopp is delighted Liverpool have signed Kostas Tsimikas and believes the left-back will be a great success at Anfield. The 24-year-old was exemplary for Olympiakos in 2019/20 and will now arrive to compete with Andy Robertson for minutes at left-back.
Pedro Chirivella left Liverpool to join Nantes this summer – but without the Spaniard’s presence at Liverpool – we might not have begun to follow Kostas Tsimikas… Today, Liverpool confirmed a deal for the Greek left-back, who will arrive as competition for Andy Robertson up and down the flank.
Liverpool have signed Kostas Tsimikas, the former Olympiakos left-back who will now compete with Andy Robertson for minutes at left-back. The position was a priority this summer and it’s great to see Michael Edwards and the Reds moving quickly to secure such an exciting prospect.
Liverpool look set to sign Kostas Tsimikas in the coming days after agreeing a fee with Olympiacos for the full-back. Jurgen Klopp had a few other targets though, with the Echo claiming Bournemouth’s Lloyd Kelly was considered before the Greece international.
Liverpool have been tipped to sign Vasco da Gama starlet Talles Magno for just £18million, amid rumours the Brazilian has caught Jurgen Klopp’s eye. The German is said to be very impressed by Arsenal’s move for Gabriel Martinelli before his value sky-rocketed, and wants to emulate a similar deal at Anfield.
Olympiacos full-back Kostas Tsimikas is set to become Liverpool’s first singing of the summer transfer window. Details of the deal have been leaking out from media both in Greece and England, but not everything lines up.