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Football transfer news:  Liverpool & Man City join Neymar race; Man Utd have ‘secret weapon’ for Bellingham



90 minutes collects the latest news on the transfer, the voices and gossip that circulate all over the world …

Manchester City and Liverpool joined Manchester United with the pursuit of Paris Saint-Germain Vooruit Neymar. (Forens)

Man City also prepares a new huge contract for spits Erling Haaland to avoid Real Madrid’s interest. (Calcium Insider)

Chelsea is convinced that Mason Mount will implement the interest of Bayern Munich and Liverpool to sign a new contract with Stamford Bridge. (Calcium Insider)

With his Crystal Palace contract that ends in the summer, Wilfried Zaha is interested in Arsenal, Chelsea, Barcelona and Juventus. (Telegraph)

Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain have sent scouts to watch Roma forward Tammy Abraham in action against Milan on Saturday. (Gazzetta dello Sport)

Another in-demand striker, Juventus’ Dusan Vlahovic, has been offered to both Arsenal and Bayern Munich. (Tuttomercatoweb)


Real Madrid are ready to hear offers for left-back Ferland Mendy, who could leave the club this summer. (Fabrizio Romano)

Manchester United have a ‘secret weapon’ in their search for Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham in the form of the German squad’s new chief negotiator Matt Hargreaves. Hargreaves comes from adidas, where Bellingham was one of his “big customers”. (daily email)

Even if they avoid relegation, Leicester will sell midfielder James Maddison this summer. Manchester United, Newcastle and Tottenham are all enthusiastic. (Telegraph)

But Tottenham’s priority is actually to sign Rennes midfielder Lovro Majer. (Fichajes)

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta wants more style from his wingers and is ready to approve a €30m transfer for Allan Saint-Maximin from Newcastle. (Fichajes)

Ansu Fati is not in Xavi’s plans at Barcelona and the winger Jorge Mendes’ agent has pledged to make €70m offers from Premier League clubs. (Sport)


Jurgen Klopp accuses referee of lying and trouble with Liverpool in furious rage

Jurgen Klopp claims referee Paul Tierney has a problem with himself and Liverpool in an angry tirade after Sunday’s win over Tottenham.

Liverpool News: Jurgen Klopp wasn’t happy with Paul Tierney against Tottenham (Pic: GETTY)

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has lashed out at referee Paul Tierney after Sunday’s win over Tottenham. The German claims the official lied saying he had no problem with him and his club.

Tierney refereed a dramatic encounter at Anfield. Liverpool held off a stunning Spurs comeback to win 4-3 through a late Diogo Jota winner. Klopp was booked for his celebration after the winning goal but has now delivered a scathing verdict on Tierney. He claims he has a ‘history’ with the 42-year-old, who has previously insisted he has no problems with Liverpool or Klopp.

But Klopp suggested otherwise in angry post-match conversations. He told Sky Sports: “How can they foul Mohamed Salah [ahead of Spurs’ third goal]. We have our history with Tierney, I really don’t know what he has against us, he said that there was no problem but that can’t be true. “How he looks at me, I don’t understand. In England, no one has to clarify these situations, it’s really complicated and difficult to understand. My celebration was not necessary, which is fair, but what he told me when he told me that the card yellow is not good”.

Liverpool raced to a 3-0 lead within the first 15 minutes. Curtis Jones came on from a fine Trent Alexander-Arnold cross to score his first goal of the season.

Soon it was two as Luis Diaz scored on his first start since October, before Mohamed Salah scored three from the penalty spot. Spurs pulled one back before half-time thanks to Harry Kane as Liverpool became complacent.

Ryan Mason’s side pushed hard and Heung-min Son scored again to cut the deficit to one with 13 minutes of regulation time remaining. Richarlison then came off the bench to score his first league goal for Spurs in the 93rd minute as the visitors felt they had stolen a point.

But a big mistake by Lucas Moura pushed Jota home. The Portugal star kept his composure and scored his fifth goal in four games, grabbing all three points for Klopp’s side. Klopp explained how Spurs made things difficult for his side and admits they ‘got away with it’ with a win. He said: “For a long time the first half was the best game we have played so far. The first half was good, we conceded a goal, but it was the first time We didn’t defend well.

“Other than that, the first half was good. The problem is that Spurs don’t change at all, they counter-attack even when they are down 3-1. They just defend, counter-attack and get set pieces and that makes things difficult.

“We got away with it thanks to Diogo Jota, he makes it spectacular and everyone goes home enthusiastic, but I’m the manager of the team so I have to mention everything else too. In three days we have to do better.” 

“They had a defensive formation, but the way we started the game was fantastic, everything was there. It was almost perfect, but it seemed to lead us down the wrong path.”

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