Jamie Carragher feels Mohamed Salah has been the signing of the 2017 summer transfer window following an impressive start to his Liverpool career. The Egypt international joined the Reds from AS Roma for a club-record fee in June, and he has since contributed 10 goals in just 16 appearances for the Merseyside club.
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The winter transfer window is over but this hasn’t stopped transfer rumors from going around and recent reports involving Liverpool and a possible signing are linking the Premier League club with Alvaro Morata of Juventus.
Alvaro Morata has struggled trying to secure a starting role in the team of Massimiliano Allegri who has preferred to utilize the services of Paulo Dybala and Mario Mandzukic and forcing Alvaro Morata to the sidelines.
Liverpool have been extremely active in the transfer market for the second consecutive summer, but even with less than a week to go before the window shuts, more business could be conducted before September 1st.
Brendan Rodgers has made significant improvements in the calibre of players he has brought into the club this summer, with James Milner, Nathaniel Clyne and Christian Benteke already making an impression on the Anfield faithful. Continue reading
It would be fair to say that there were more than a few frustrated faces following the lack of activity on transfer deadline day, with Liverpool failing to bring anybody in despite allowing Andy Carroll to leave. Following on from this, Brendan Rodgers has revealed that he does regret the dealings of last week and has stated that he would not have allowed Andy Carroll to leave if he had known that he couldn’t sign a replacement. Continue reading
Our resident Fan Blogger Nick Sudbury lets rip on how he feels Liverpool handled the transfer window… He’s not happy!…
As a Liverpool fan this transfer window had me excited. Although just speculation, the names linked with a summer move to Anfield had me really excited. Early on in the transfer window I was expecting to see Gaston Ramirez sign, according to the media it was practically a done deal, instead he ended up joining Southampton f.c in a deal worth £12 million and on a reported £30,000 a week. The fee and wages would not exactly have bankrupted Liverpool, Ramirez could have been ours. Continue reading