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World record holder checks in at Anfield on inspirational bike ride

LiverpoolFC TV - Wed, 07/07/2021 - 10:00
The Premier League and Euro 2020 Cycling Tour, a 1,000-mile ride raising awareness of modern slavery and child trafficking in sport, checked in at Anfield last weekend.
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Euro 2020: Thiago's Spain beaten by Italy in semi-final shootout

LiverpoolFC.TV - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 23:02

There was disappointment for Thiago Alcantara on Tuesday night as Spain were beaten on penalties in their Euro 2020 semi-final against Italy.

The Liverpool midfielder was introduced at the outset of the second half of extra-time in an enthralling contest at Wembley.

Federico Chiesa’s opening goal on the hour mark had been levelled by Alvaro Morata 10 minutes before the end of normal time.

After a goalless additional 30 minutes, during which Thiago was sent on from the bench, a shootout was required to separate the teams.

Thiago converted Spain’s third kick from 12 yards but it was the Italians who triumphed 4-2 to reach Sunday’s final, where they will face either England or Denmark.

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Euro 2020: Thiago's Spain beaten by Italy in semi-final shootout

LiverpoolFC TV - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 23:02
There was disappointment for Thiago Alcantara on Tuesday night as Spain were beaten on penalties in their Euro 2020 semi-final against Italy.
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Training photos: Pre-season continues for Liverpool FC Women

LiverpoolFC.TV - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 18:38

Check in on Liverpool FC Women's latest training session with our collection of photographs.

Matt Beard's side continue to work hard at the Solar Campus as their preparations for the 2021-22 FA Women's Championship campaign progress. 

Take a look at Tuesday afternoon's workout in the gallery below.

Photos by Andrew Powell - @andyphotolfc

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Training photos: Pre-season continues for Liverpool FC Women

LiverpoolFC TV - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 18:38
Check in on Liverpool FC Women's latest training session with our collection of photographs.
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Kylian Mbappe, Pedri and the new market now open to Liverpool

ThisIsAnfield.com - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 18:00

Liverpool are a club that works within its means in the transfer market, and a host of players could have just become more realistic signings due to their current deals.

When it comes to the recruitment operation at Anfield, it is rare the Reds will take any unnecessary risks.

The deal for Virgil van Dijk, for example, was a drawn-out process – not aided by a public faux pas that led to an apology to Southampton – that saw Liverpool unwavering in their pursuit.

Other targets, namely Kalidou Koulibaly, Aymeric Laporte and Jerome Boateng, were considered, but the club was steadfast in getting their man.

Sporting director Michael Edwards has built a reputation as one of the shrewdest negotiators in football, and he does not suffer fools gladly.

Behind Edwards is one of the most sophisticated analytics and scouting teams in football, which has allowed the club to find success after success in the market when their rivals have seen big-money punts fail.

 Liverpool's Director of Football Michael Edwards during the UEFA Champions League Play-Off 2nd Leg match between Liverpool and TSG 1899 Hoffenheim at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

It is becoming increasingly difficult to find a bargain as an elite club, but one indicator of a potential snip is a player entering the final year of his contract.

The Bosman ruling, which was put in place in 1995, gave power back to the players, and while that dynamic has now shifted almost grotesquely in the years since, the option to leave on a free transfer is still imperative in a career of such a short timespan.

For buying clubs, then, the year leading up to the expiry of a player’s deal presents a big decision: sell now, or face losing their asset for free in 12 months’ time.

Liverpool found themselves in such a position with Gini Wijnaldum and opted to retain the Dutchman, with a contract offer on the table, before reluctantly seeing him join PSG without receiving a penny.

It is rare that the Reds will see a player leave on a free against their wishes, but they have frequently exploited the precarious position for sellers when it comes to the final year of a target’s contract.

 Liverpool's Thiago Alcantara during the final FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Crystal Palace FC at Anfield. Liverpool won 2-0 and finished 3rd in the table. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Thiago is a prime example, having been signed for a bargain £25 million in 2020 as Bayern Munich faced seeing their Spanish playmaker move on for nothing the following year.

So who could the next to follow Thiago to Anfield in such position?

Scouring the market unveils a number of hugely attractive prospects, many of which would suit Jurgen Klopp‘s system perfectly and push the Reds on into a successful future.

Interestingly, the majority of those come in one of the positions Liverpool most need to strengthen, with a replacement for Wijnaldum yet to be identified and the Reds, therefore, short a central midfielder.

Four options are currently in the Bundesliga, with Bayern Munich duo Leon Goretzka and Corentin Tolisso both possessing the profile to shine under Klopp.

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Denis Zakaria and Mahmoud Dahoud have long been on the radar, though it is believed that Liverpool may have moved on from the duo, owing to Zakaria’s injury record and Dahoud’s failure to launch at Dortmund.

Elsewhere, AC Milan’s Franck Kessie and Roma’s Lorenzo Pellegrini have the potential to burst into life under Klopp, while there are two potentially elite teenagers also open to moves.

At Rennes, 18-year-old Eduardo Camavinga is one of the most exciting midfielders in Europe, and while the Ligue 1 club are said to have laughed off claims of a possible £25.7 million move to Man United, the reality is that they may need to accept a bid in that region.

Next up, only two players assisted more goals than Harvey Elliott (11) in last season’s Championship, with one of those being Reading’s 19-year-old attacking midfielder Michael Olise.

2E117BT Reading's Michael Olise during the Sky Bet Championship match at the Madejski Stadium, Reading.

Olise has already been touted as a target for Liverpool, and while he has an £8 million release clause in his deal with the second-tier club, his dwindling contract may allow him to be signed for even less.

Youssoufa Moukoko, the 16-year-old Dortmund striker – who is both the Bundesliga’s youngest player and youngest goalscorer – is another who will be available on a free in 2022, as is their centre-back, Dan-Axel Zagadou.

Two former Liverpool targets also stand out in Zenit St Petersburg striker Sardar Azmoun and Norwich winger Todd Cantwell, along with two ex-Reds who, while unlikely signings, would almost certainly be welcomed back to Anfield, Luis Suarez and Danny Ings.

An intriguing situation has emerged at Barcelona, too, with the Spanish club on the brink of financial ruin and, remarkably, unable to register new signings Sergio Aguero, Memphis Depay, Eric Garcia or Emerson Royal after exceeding LaLiga’s salary cap.

 Pedri of Spain battles for possession with Marcelo Brozovic of Croatia during the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Round of 16 match between Croatia and Spain at Parken Stadium on June 28, 2021 in Copenhagen, Denmark. (Photo by Martin Rose - UEFA)

According to Goal, nor could they register Lionel Messi were he to re-sign with the club, without reducing their wage bill significantly.

Shifting the likes of Samuel Umtiti, Philippe Coutinho and Miralem Pjanic is suggested as a solution, but it cannot be ignored that Ousmane Dembele, Pedri, Ansu Fati and Ilaix Moriba are all into the final year of their contracts.

Barcelona cannot currently offer them new deals due to their predicament, and it is not out of the realm of possibility that they will be forced to sell at least one in order to avoid collapse.

Pedri is the new jewel of Spain’s midfield, and while it is unlikely, the remarkably gifted 18-year-old would be a sensational addition to Klopp’s squad, as would fellow midfielder Moriba and winger Fati, also both 18.

The elephant in the room, of course, is Kylian Mbappe.

 Paris Saint-Germain's Kylian Mbappe? during the UEFA Champions League Final between FC Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain at the Estadio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica. FC Bayern Munich won 1-0. (Credit: ©UEFA)

Mbappe is now in the final 12 months of his contract with PSG and is believed to have told the Parisien club that he will not be signing an extension, which has opened up the possibility of a summer exit or a free transfer in 2022.

Liverpool have long been credited with an interest in the generational striker, and though it has been speculated that they could afford any transfer fee demanded by PSG, whether they could justify his bank-breaking wages is another matter entirely.

He must be mentioned, though, as the most attractive player on the list, and no doubt there are at least muted conversations within Kirkby over a possible approach for the 22-year-old.

There is no suggestion that any of these deals are in the offing, but it is a new market that Liverpool will certainly be aware of.

Who knows, perhaps Edwards will pull one of the bag and seal another bargain this summer.

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Twin Serie A links and new club in for Tsimikas – Liverpool FC Roundup

ThisIsAnfield.com - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 16:54

Liverpool transfer rumours keep on coming, but we’re also closing in on the start of the new domestic campaign with the players returning to pre-season.

Inter Milan enter chase for Tsimikas

Kostas Tsimikas appears to be a man more in demand throughout Serie A than he is at his own current club.

The Greek left-back had a tough first year at Anfield, barely featuring between defensive injuries, Covid delays and Andy Robertson‘s importance.

Napoli have been widely linked with a move already, but now Inter Milan are reported to see him as a good option for their wing-back requirements by the Italian media.

His lower age, salary and market value compared to the likes of Marcos Alonso and Alex Telles make him an interesting proposition for new boss Simone Inzaghi.

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 SSC Napoli's Lorenzo Insigne during the Audi Cup 2017 match between Club S.S.C. Napoli and FC Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

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Six years of this mad bastard at Liverpool, what a footballer.

Yes, he’s dipped over the past 18 months, but undoubtedly one of my favourite Reds players of all time. pic.twitter.com/6PeHawdxHc

— Henry Jackson (@HenryJackson87) July 6, 2021

Semi-final time! Italy vs Spain at 8pm.

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Liverpool confirm new contract for 17-year-old who won Jurgen Klopp over

ThisIsAnfield.com - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 14:35

Liverpool have announced a first professional deal for 17-year-old goalkeeper Harvey Davies, who was plucked from the academy ranks to join the senior squad last season.

Prior to his surprise call up to the first team in March, Davies had only played one competitive game for the Liverpool under-18s last season.

Behind Jakub Ojrzynski, Fabian Mrozek and Marcelo Pitaluga in the pecking order, the Scouser was largely employed as a training goalkeeper by U18s coach Marc Bridge-Wilkinson.

But with Pitaluga injured and the likes of Ojrzynski, Mrozek and Liam Hughes ineligible, Davies was drafted into the group ahead of the Champions League clash with RB Leipzig in Budapest.

The youngster was named on the substitutes’ bench for that 2-0 win, and remained a regular fixture in senior training for the rest of the season, also making the squad in the two quarter-finals against Real Madrid.

Clearly, Davies won Jurgen Klopp over, and he has now been rewarded with his first professional contract, achieving a “boyhood dream” having joined the club at under-9s level.

“Proud moment for me and my family signing my first professional contract,” Davies wrote on Instagram. “Boyhood dream come true. Hard work continues!”

After his step up, Davies received considerably more opportunities as a starter for the U18s, adding seven more appearances to his tally in the final two months of the campaign, including as first choice in the FA Youth Cup.

 Liverpool's Harvey Davies during the UEFA Champions League Quarter-Final 2nd Leg game between Liverpool FC and Real Madird CF at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

He could be involved in pre-season training with the first team this month, with Klopp an admirer along with coaches John Achterberg and Jack Robinson.

“[Klopp] came up to me before the game and said a few words to me,” Davies told LiverpoolFC.com of his dream night in Budapest.

“He was really happy to have a young Scouser on the bench, he was really supportive and made sure I fitted in really well.”

Davies is now relishing the battle with Mrozek and Oscar Kelly to be No. 1 at U18s level next season, and given he looks to be benefiting from fast-tracking into the senior setup, he may now have the edge.

This week has also seen Liverpool confirm a first professional deal for left-back Luke Chambers, while Ojrzynski is reported to have signed a new four-contract with the club.

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Harvey Davies signs first professional contract with LFC

LiverpoolFC.TV - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 13:59

Harvey Davies has signed his first professional contract with Liverpool FC.

The 17-year-old goalkeeper has been with the Reds since U9 level.

Born in Liverpool, Davies stepped up to Marc Bridge-Wilkinson’s U18 squad last season having made his debut in the FA Youth Cup as a 16-year-old in the previous campaign.

He was an integral part of the U18 squad which made it all the way to the final of the FA Youth Cup earlier this year, making some vital stops in away ties against Manchester United and Leicester City in particular.

Davies has enjoyed time training with the first team at the AXA Training Centre and in March was rewarded for his performances with a place on the bench in the Champions League away fixture against RB Leipzig.

He was also named as a substitute for both legs of the subsequent quarter-final versus Real Madrid.

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Harvey Davies signs first professional contract with LFC

LiverpoolFC TV - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 13:59
Harvey Davies has signed his first professional contract with Liverpool FC.
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LFC appoints new ED&I leader

LiverpoolFC.TV - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 13:32

Liverpool Football Club has appointed Rishi Jain as its new senior equality, diversity and inclusion manager.

Jain will lead the club’s important ED&I work as part of its overall Red Together strategy, which encompasses all equality, diversity and inclusion activities, driving its ambition to be the most inclusive football club on and off the pitch.

With more than 15 years’ experience, he has been named on the Global Diversity List as a Top 20 Diversity Professional.

His previous work led to wide-ranging recognition at the European Diversity Awards 2019, North West Football Awards 2019 and Inclusive Companies Awards 2019 – in addition to being awarded the Premier League Equality Standard Advanced Level in the same year. He has also held roles at Kick It Out, Manchester United and the Football Association’s Inclusion Advisory Board.

Jain is thrilled to be re-appointed at the club.

“Being raised in Liverpool and having such a strong connection to the city, I’m delighted to be re-joining LFC,” he said. “The club is built on a rich history of supporting people from under-represented backgrounds and supporting those who need it.

“To have the opportunity to use the experience and knowledge I’ve gathered during my career to further lead the way in this important area here is something I’m really passionate about. I can’t wait to get started.”

Lynne Stockton Howard, senior vice president, HR at Liverpool FC, added: “We are thrilled to have Rishi back at the club to lead our vital Red Together strategy. He has dedicated his career to championing diversity and inclusion, and knows how the power of football can have such a positive impact across society and its local communities.”  

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LFC appoints new ED&I leader

LiverpoolFC TV - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 13:32
Liverpool Football Club has appointed Rishi Jain as its new senior equality, diversity and inclusion manager.
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Liverpool hand new 4-year deal to goalkeeper in first-team picture

ThisIsAnfield.com - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 12:20

Liverpool have rewarded the progress of 18-year-old goalkeeper Jakub Ojrzynski with a new four-year contract, as he bids to further challenge those in the first team.

Ojrzynski joined the Reds from Legia Warsaw in his native Poland in 2019, and has established himself as first choice for the under-23s, making 17 appearances last season.

The teenager has also been a regular in first-team training and was named on the substitutes’ bench for the 2-0 win over Sheffield United in the Premier League in February.

Only UEFA squad regulations denied him further experience in the Champions League, but Ojrzynski is clearly primed for an increased role at Liverpool as the years go by.

According to Polish outlet Meczyki, Ojrzynski has now signed a new four-year contract with the Reds – a story that is corroborated by David Lynch for the Liverpool Echo.

This comes less than a year after the youngster signed his first professional contract with the club, and serves as a marker of his progress and the potential for more chances at senior level in the future.

Ojrzynski’s new deal ties him to the club until 2025, and follows extended contracts for fellow goalkeepers Adrian, Caoimhin Kelleher and Liam Hughes.

 Liverpool's goalkeeper Jakub Ojrzynski during the Under-18 FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Stoke City FC at the Liverpool Academy. Liverpool won 5-0. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

His compatriot Kamil Grabara has left the Reds, however, as part of a £3 million deal with FC Copenhagen, while Vitezslav Jaros remains on loan with St Patrick’s Athletic in the Irish Premier Division until the end of November.

Jurgen Klopp is likely to involve Ojrzynski in his plans for pre-season along with Brazilian stopper Marcelo Pitaluga, who has been working on his injury recovery throughout the summer.

Whether he will be given any game time is unclear, but the Pole is in a stronger position than he may have expected due to Alisson‘s continued involvement at Copa America.

Alisson will not take part in the majority of Liverpool’s pre-season friendlies, which should leave Kelleher, Adrian, Pitaluga and Ojrzynski as the Reds’ primary goalkeeping options.

Ojrzynski’s new deal comes after academy left-back Luke Chambers agreed his first pro contract this week, while youngsters Luke Hewitson, Terence Miles and Iwan Roberts have penned scholarship terms.

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Rafa Benitez flags to stay on the Kop despite taking Everton manager’s job

ThisIsAnfield.com - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 11:58

Despite Rafa Benitez crossing the divide to take over at Everton, the Champions League-winning Liverpool manager will still be honoured with his flag on the Kop.

Benitez has become only the second man in history to manage both Liverpool and Everton, and the first in 129 years, having taken the job at Goodison Park last month.

The Spaniard does so over a decade after leaving the Reds, having spent six years as manager at Anfield which saw him win the Champions League in legendary fashion in 2005.

It is a controversial move for Benitez, who has drawn criticism from supporters of both clubs, but as he begins work as Blues boss the situation seems to have settled somewhat.

For many at Liverpool, Benitez’s switch to Everton is understandable due to his affinity with the Merseyside area itself, and his achievements at Anfield will not be tarnished by his new job.

That extends to his place at the stadium itself, with Benitez’s face emblazoned on a number of flags and banners displayed on the Kop on matchday.

According to supporter Ray Hughes, that is not set to change, as he confirmed that the large ‘Champions Wall’ style banner – which features Benitez along with Bill Shankly, Bob Paisley, Joe Fagan, Gerard Houllier, Jurgen Klopp and others – will remain.

“I had a beer on Saturday with Frank who owns the large Anfield flag. He confirmed that images of Rafa Benitez WILL NOT be removed,” Hughes wrote on Twitter.

“Rafa’s achievements with LFC are so immense, it would be an injustice to him if he didn’t feature on the flag which charters LFC’s trophy history.”

 Liverpool supporters' banner featuring the former managers (L-R) Bill Shankly, Bob Paisley, Joe Fagan, Kenny Dalglish, Rafael Benitez and current manager Jürgen Klopp during the opening FA Premier League match of the season between Liverpool FC and Norwich City FC at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

There are a number of other banners that include Benitez’s name or likeness, and as it stands it can be assumed that they too will still be seen on matchday at Anfield.

It is a difficult situation for both clubs and the supporters themselves, with it almost unprecedented that a manager takes charge of Everton after a long spell with Liverpool.

But Benitez’s circumstances are clear, with the 61-year-old eager to remain in the area where his family reside after time away in China with Dalian Professional, and with no suitable job open for him at Anfield.

Liverpool host Everton in the Merseyside derby on April 23, after visiting Goodison Park on November 30, and while it will not be his first time as opposition manager, it will undoubtedly be a surreal experience for Benitez.

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Bayern Munich make Coman statement amid Liverpool rumours

HEAD NEWS - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 11:15

Liverpool have been dealt a transfer blow in their pursuit of Kingsley Coman after Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn's claims.

Kahn says he is 'optimistic' about keeping Coman at the Bundesliga club after talks began to convince the winger to pen new terms.

The World Cup winner has scored 41 goals and provided 50 assists in 200 games for Bayern and won an astonishing ten league titles during his spells at Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and the Bavarian giants.

Full story: Liverpool Echo

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Bayern Munich make Coman statement amid Liverpool rumours

LiverpoolFC TV - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 11:15
Liverpool have been dealt a transfer blow in their pursuit of Kingsley Coman after Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn's claims.
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Why Liverpool players are still in amber countries a week away from pre-season

ThisIsAnfield.com - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 11:00

Many of the Liverpool squad are still in countries on the UK’s amber list for travel despite returning to pre-season on July 12 and the threat of a 10-day quarantine.

Within the government’s current COVID-19 guidelines, those travelling back from countries on the amber list are required to quarantine for 10 days on their arrival.

This is regardless of vaccine status, with tests to be taken before their return, as well as on day two and day eight of their isolation, which has altered summer plans for many across the UK.

However, there are a number of the Liverpool first team who have opted to travel to amber list countries for their post-season holiday – and many of those are still there.

Ibrahima Konate, for example, is in his native Paris, France, while Divock Origi visited Salt Bae’s Nusr-Et restaurant in Mykonos, Greece this week and Mohamed Salah appears to still be in El Alamein, Egypt.

Insert inspirational quote here. pic.twitter.com/2U8oOK8vCl

Mohamed Salah (@MoSalah) July 3, 2021

Kostas Tsimikas has also been in Greece, while Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Marcelo Pitaluga have all been training in Quinta do Lago, Portugal.

The amber list also includes countries such as Senegal, Germany, Japan, Nigeria, the Netherlands, Poland, Switzerland, most of Spain and the United States.

It could be assumed, then, that those still on holiday in amber list countries would be required to isolate for 10 days on their return.

With Liverpool beginning pre-season training on July 12, that would in theory see those back after the first day of the month still in quarantine and unable to take part.

However, it would seem that Premier League footballers are still able to train and play games while observing other COVID-19 guidelines, which will allow the likes of Van Dijk, Salah and Konate to be back for day one.

The Mail reported last week that the top flight had reached an agreement with the government’s Department of Culture, Media and Sport, along with the FA, that would exempt them from quarantine rules with regards pre-season friendlies.

 Peter Hartenfelser via www.imago-images.de/Imago/PA Images)

Liverpool would, therefore, be permitted to travel to Austria and France for training camps and warmup games later this month, without the need for a 10-day isolation upon their return.

Their plans would, however, still need to be in line with local restrictions when travelling to other countries.

Clubs from amber list countries are also able to travel to the UK for friendlies against Premier League opposition, which should allow Liverpool to organise their proposed friendly with Osasuna at Anfield.

It is likely that this agreement allowed those Reds abroad to extend their time away, with Konate having left Dubai for France last month for his final stop before moving to Merseyside.

There is certainly an argument that Premier League players have been given preferential treatment, but it has long been the case that the same rules don’t apply to footballers.

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Kingsley Coman pursuit latest

HEAD NEWS - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 10:03

Bayern Munich chief Oliver Kahn is "optimistic" about keeping Kingsley Coman despite interest from Liverpool.

The French winger has a contract in Bavaria until 2023 but the German champions are keen to tie him down to an extension.

Liverpool though are weighing up a move for the World Cup winner in the coming months.

Full story: Daily Mirror

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Kingsley Coman pursuit latest

LiverpoolFC.TV - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 10:03

Bayern Munich chief Oliver Kahn is "optimistic" about keeping Kingsley Coman despite interest from Liverpool.

The French winger has a contract in Bavaria until 2023 but the German champions are keen to tie him down to an extension.

Liverpool though are weighing up a move for the World Cup winner in the coming months.

Full story: Daily Mirror

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Kingsley Coman pursuit latest

LiverpoolFC TV - Tue, 07/06/2021 - 10:03
Bayern Munich chief Oliver Kahn is "optimistic" about keeping Kingsley Coman despite interest from Liverpool.
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