The Spaniard has been making waves in the Premier League of late, starring for a high-flying Wolves side over the festive period. Is he someone that the Reds should be targeting?
The transfer window is open once again, meaning one thing — for the next few weeks, everyone and their mother will be linked with a move to Anfield. But who do our writers think should be targeted?
Hello to all and welcome to the Kopite Awards 2019. From best player to save of the year, keep scrolling to see if you agree with my picks for Liverpool’s best of’s in 2019.
While the first team head off for some winter sun and the Club World Cup in Qatar, the responsibility of continuing progress in domestic competition falls to the youngsters. It presents those who are closer to the first team with a huge opportunity to push their way into Klopp’s plans.
Following news of Fabinho’s month-long injury layoff, midfield concern has been the topic of conversation amongst Liverpool fans. Having scraped past Brighton and blown away the Blues all seems good however, as Cameron Rimmer gives his thoughts on the midfield ‘situation’.
It’s undeniably something we could have done without. Having been a domineering, composed lynchpin in the Reds midfield thus far this season and, in truth, since around this time last year, the Brazilian’s expected eight-week absence was far from ideal news going into the season’s busiest spell. It’s quite possible that as one door closes, a number of others may open.
The Dutchman’s showing against Manchester City epitomised all that he bring to this fantastic Liverpool team. James Miller argues that, while he may not be the most gifted footballer in the world, there are few who can do his job as consistently as he does.
Fabinho is one yellow card away from a one-match ban. With a crunch clash against Manchester City on the horizon, James Miller argues that Liverpool cannot risk the Brazilian against Aston Villa.
The Reds welcome Unai Emery’s Arsenal to Anfield in the fourth round of the competition this week and, with both sides likely to field youthful starting elevens, numerous elements of the clash could prove beneficial to Jürgen Klopp’s less experience squad members.
When Alisson crumpled to the floor after a goal kick against Norwich City, Liverpool fans feared the worst. Adrián came in and held the fort well, but Connor Varnish says it’s time to get our Brazilian stopper back in the came.