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27-12-2020 | 00:04 Football

Liverpool latest news and transfer updates: Reds handed two fresh fitness boosts, Klopp tells Salah his one funny reason to leave Liverpool

  Jurgen Klopp tells Mohamed Salah his one funny reason to leave Liverpool after dispute Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has joked that there is only one reason why the Reds star Mohamed Salah would leave after the player did not rule out a move to either Barcelona or Real Madrid. Salah has been a key part of the team since joining the Reds in 2017. During this season, he has made 21 appearances in which he has scored 16 goals and provided 4 assists. Read More  Liverpool handed two fresh fitness boosts ahead of West Brom clash James Milner suffers injury against Everton Getty Images Liverpool are set to welcome vice-captain James Milner and attacking midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri back to the matchday squad for Sunday’s clash with West Bromwich Albion in Anfield. The Reds duo sustained injuries in November, with Milner limping off in the 1-1 draw at Brighton with a hamstring complaint and Shaqiri not seen since the draw at Manchester City earlier in the month. Read More Defender “one step away” from joining Liverpool Former Valencia defender Ezequiel Garay is reportedly “one step away” from joining Liverpool. Jurgen Klopp’s side are looking for defensive cover in the January transfer market after long-term injuries to Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez. Read More Jamie Carragher makes admission on Mohamed Salah’s Liverpool future Liverpool "certain" to offer their superstar new contract at Anfield Getty Images Jamie Carragher believes Mohamed Salah is pushing for a lucrative new deal at Liverpool. Last Saturday, Spanish publication AS shared their exclusive interview with Salah where he refused to rule out a move to Real Madrid and Barcelona. The Egyptian revealed he was upset at not being handed the captain’s armband for Liverpool’s Champions League clash against Midtjylland. Read More Join us on Telegram!

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