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Liverpool are planning a £70million bid for Real Madrid midfielder



Liverpool are preparing a £70m offer for Real Madrid midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni… after Jurgen Klopp’s side failed to pursue the 23-year-old ahead of his move to the Bernabeu last summer

Aurelien Tchouameni moved to Madrid last summer after being chased by Liverpool. Liverpool have struggled this season and are currently eighth in the table

Jurgen Klopp’s side were thrilled with the French international last summer ahead of his move to the Spanish capital and are now looking for the 23-year-old again.

Tchouameni has impressed in Spain this season and has already picked up a Club World Cup winners medal, while England fans will remember the goal he scored in last year’s World Cup quarter-final against the Three Lions.

Despite him joining Madrid for just £70m last summer, he could now leave again as El Nacional reports Liverpool are planning a similar offer to take him to Anfield.

They also report that Tchouameni has adapted to life at Madrid ‘slower than expected’ but is held 

Liverpool have been heavily linked with another exciting young midfielder in Jude Bellingham, but it remains to be seen whether they can secure his signature amid interest from Real and Manchester City.

Whoever they bring in, improving midfield will be crucial for Liverpool as they look to rebuild next year after a disastrous 2021/22.

After beating Manchester United 7-0 a month ago, they lost three games in a row before picking up a point with a toothless performance against Chelsea.

They are currently 13 points off eighth place in the Champions League but could move up to seventh with a solid victory over leaders Arsenal on Sunday. Klopp stressed the focus is on individual games rather than when his team lands well, as he said ahead of the Arsenal clash: “It’s not about what I might consider, it’s about what we get. I don’t know where we will end up.

“I know we have to get through this. Then there will be a new beginning, because it’s a new season. This is a big challenge in this (modern) world. It wasn’t easy 20 years ago and now it’s almost impossible.

Imagine if we lose the next 10 games and I’m still like, “Next season, we’re going to turn it around!” – hard to believe.
It could theoretically happen here at Liverpool. Before that, go ahead and take on Arsenal with all we have.

On his side’s current situation, he added: “Whether we get a result or not, we’ll see, but I think this club has a chance to handle this situation in style. And honestly, I don’t care what we do. have done in the past. “It’s not about the first six for us. We have to win one game and then another and then another. We have to find our best performance on the pitch again. It’s hidden somewhere, we have to get it out.”


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Jurgen Klopp has apologized to Liverpool fans, saying he is “100% responsible for this rubbish”. but backs Liverpool to respond in ‘classic’ fashion

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After nearing completing the quadruple last season, Liverpool suffered a dramatic setback and are currently eighth in the Premier League – 29 points behind leaders Arsenal, who visit Anfield live on Sky Sports on Sunday.

Klopp’s team also relinquished the Carabao Cup title they won last year and will also hand over the FA Cup after fourth-round knockout exiting the Champions League in the round of 16 following a 5-2 defeat to Real Madrid at Anfield.‍

Jurgen Klopp shares his final thoughts on his side’s season at Liverpool as they prepare for Premier League leaders Arsenal at Anfield on Sunday.

Speaking to Sky Sports ahead of the Arsenal meeting, Klopp said: “We feel sorry for our people because they are not having the season they hoped for. But in the long run they will forget that.”

Klopp has also rejected any suggestions that he won’t apologize as he won six major trophies as Liverpool manager. I’m 100% responsible for this mess and it’s really not good.”

Liverpool vs Arsenal

Klopp, however, expressed his gratitude to the Liverpool fans for the support they have continued to offer the team and expressed his belief that the club will emerge from their struggle in an “elegant way”.

“I know that anyone can express their emotions in the blink of an eye and there are going to be a lot of negative comments about us — I understand that,” Klopp said. “But the people at the stadium are amazing.

“You see things happening at other clubs, not just sending offs, but teams against owners, fans against owners, fans against team – I’ve seen it all.

“But if anyone can handle a situation like this in an elegant way, I really think it’s us as a club.”

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Liverpool’s four-trophy hunt last season saw them play an impressive 63 games and Klopp admitted that season’s “intensity” may have played a part in his side’s decline this time around. Klopp also pointed to Chelsea – who played 61 games last season – as a team lacking in confidence, and even singled out Manchester City – who played 56 – as a team that hasn’t quite reached the level it is. she scored 12 months ago.

Premier League performance after 28 games

Team2021/222022/23Liverpool2. place, 66 points8. place, 43 pointsChelsea3. place, 59 points11. place, 38 pointsManchester City1. place, 69 points2. place, 64 points

“What you’ve seen this year is that a lot of the teams that played at an extremely high level last year aren’t exactly there,” Klopp explained. “Even City – of course they play sensational football – but they don’t have the same score as last year.

“Intensity catches you at some point and maybe it got us this year. But that’s no excuse for the next 10 games. “It may explain why we’re not at our peak level. We haven’t found a way to deliver consistent performance.”

An example of this inconsistency is Liverpool’s two results at Anfield this season, with Bournemouth 9-0 in August and Manchester United 7-0 in March.

However, Liverpool have won just three away games this season and when asked to explain the ups and downs of his side’s performance, Klopp said: “A lack of confidence is obvious.

“World-class players are performing at a strange level. It started with injuries and players coming back early, and we’ve never really been satisfied this season. Ahead of Arsenal v Liverpool, live on Sky Sports, a look back at some of the best Premier League goals between the sides, with goals from Thierry Henry, Steve McManaman and Mesut Ozil. 

“We have to deal with it and I have no problem. When I look back 10 or 15 years from now, this season probably won’t have any highlights, but I hope I can learn a lot from it and can use it next year.

But we have to fight against this and this is difficult. If it was easy they wouldn’t pay me that much money for it.

“We’ve had a very strange season. We have the two highest wins in our history, but a week later we can’t take it anymore.”

As Arsenal travel to Liverpool this Sunday, let’s flash back to when the Gunners last won at Anfield in the Premier League in 2012.

Klopp hopes Liverpool will rise to the occasion and record another memorable result on Sunday, but while he praised the progress his side made in a 0-0 draw with Chelsea on Tuesday, the manager has suppressed rumors of an exciting season finale.

“I’m really not in the mood to tell big stories,” Klopp said. “We have to win football matches and for that we have to play better.

“I loved the drive and passion in the last game and it was definitely a step in the right direction. The potential is still there but we have to show the quality again.” We have to make clear decisions. Those who train well, play.

“Our next match is against Arsenal and it’s tough, but at least we’ve achieved good results at home.”

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