Hello and welcome to today’s LFC news and transfer latest where we will be keeping you up to date on the latest transfer gossip and bullshit across Wednesday 27th of June.
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14:02 – Keita Can’t Wait To Get Started
Keita can’t wait to get started!
Speaking in his first interview as a Liverpool FC player, Keita said “I chose Liverpool because it is a team I watched often and I also spoke to Sadio (Mane) about them”.
Keita is a midfield upgrade for Liverpool and will slot straight into the team come the new season. “It is a team that can beat anybody in Europe and has a lot of potential. I can’t wait to play in this team”.
12:04 – NABY KETIA UNVEILED
Liverpool have unveiled Naby Keita on their social media accounts. Surprise surprise, he’s taking the No.8 shirt…
How exciting is that?! What a player he’s going to be for us…
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) June 27, 2018
10:42 – England rest for Henderson?
David Ornstein at the BBC at today suggested that Eric Dier will replace Jordan Henderson in England’s starting lineup vs Belgium tomorrow.
England hold final training session before flying to Kaliningrad later for last group game v #BEL tomorrow, KO 1900 BST. All 23 involved, including Dele. Expected changes include Dier starting but feeling is Kane will too. #ENG play #JPN #SEN or #COL in #WorldCup last 16 Mon/Tue pic.twitter.com/T94GFavdQN
— David Ornstein (@bbcsport_david) June 27, 2018
What do you make of this? Jordan has been playing well, should he be rested for a break or is it a bad idea that will halt his momentum?
10:15 – Reds Son link
The Mirror have this morning linked Liverpool with a potential move for Tottenham’s Heung Min Son. Their source is German sports reporters Sport1, who are claiming Manchester United are also interested.
10:00 – Alisson’s sleepless nights
Today’s news starts with the story of Roma’s goalkeeper Alisson saying he had ‘sleepless nights’ following Liverpool’s 5-2 win over the Italian side in the Champions League semi-final first leg at Anfield.
He compared his experience during the game to how Julio Cesar may have felt during Brazil’s 7-1 demolition by Germany in the 2014 World Cup. When it’s being compared to that, you know our front 3 have done a good job…