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Liverpool Latest News: Why Victor Osimhen didn’t sign, James Milner’s potential transfer



It was a positive day on Merseyside as the Reds enjoyed both sunshine and Liverpool’s 3-0 win over Leicester.

£800,000 for a 14-year-old

Liverpool continue to plan for the future and seek out the next generation of players across the country. Due to post-Brexit regulations, they cannot recruit under 18s from outside the UK.
The next player who could sign is Harvey Owen.

According to The Secret Scout, “Liverpool will negotiate a deal of up to $800,000” for the Wolves defender.

The youngster is held in high regard by many in football and has even received praise from former Man City and Barcelona player Yaya Toure. In October, Owen’s academy manager Wes Hughes said: “We recently played Tottenham and he got a good pat on the back from a former Yaya Toure player.

“He personally went to Harvey and said that he had great potential and that he would be a really good player in the future, so I think he will be very proud.”

It would be unfair to put pressure on the kid, but that’s a great trait of a top player.
3 things today:

Curtis Jones says he is keeping his ‘feet on the ground’ following his two goals and man of the match performance against Leicester

John Brookes has been appointed referee for Liverpool’s match against Aston Villa – hopefully he won’t hold a grudge after Klopp rushed over to celebrate against Tottenham Hotspur!

James Milner is pursued by Leeds who are ‘hunting’ for the 37-year-old, according to the Mail – he still ends up in Brighton in our view

Latest news about Liverpool FC

Liverpool had previously ‘looked’ to Roma sporting director Tiago Pinto to fill the Reds’ vacancy, the i

“Liverpool are confident” that Roberto Firmino will be able to “take part” against Aston Villa, David Lynch told Football Insider.

Napoli sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli “locked himself” in a hotel room with Victor Osimhen to convince the forward to sign with Napoli instead of Liverpool.

Last chat from elsewhere

Rafa Benitez told Sky Sports Newcastle have ‘the edge’ over Liverpool in the race for the top four

Marcelo Bielsa has been appointed new Uruguay manager: let’s hope he doesn’t force Darwin Nunez to work too hard for the national team

Chief Umpire Howard Webb said they “won’t be able to play live referee audio” during matches, despite having switched to some publicly available clips – full details can be found here

Firmino’s song lasted at least 15 minutes in the corner!

The match of the evening is Internazionale vs. AC Milan in the semi-finals of the Champions League.

There will be a certain atmosphere at San Siro as Milan know they have to show up for their fans.
They are down 2-0 on aggregate but have Divock Origi in their ranks, a comeback man if ever there was one!


Champion League confirmed: But what do Liverpool need from Newcastle and Man United for the top 4?

An impressive sprint to the late post has given Liverpool a window of opportunity for Champions League qualification for next season, having secured some form of European football in 2023-24.

The Reds secured a 3-0 win at Leicester to secure at least a Europa League place for next season, but despite a turbulent season, a place in the continent’s elite club competition remains tantalizingly up for grabs.

Jurgen Klopp admitted in his post-Leicester press conference that he “didn’t believe six or seven weeks ago” that a top-four finish was possible, but since then a run of seven straight victories has put Newcastle and Manchester United firmly at the heart of the la his team. attractions.

Liverpool can pick up a total of 71 points if they win all their remaining games to finish the season on a nine-game winning streak. Aston Villa are next this weekend in the Reds’ final home game of the 2022/23 season before traveling to Southampton to wrap up the season, but there’s still plenty that can happen in the top four before Liverpool play another ball.

Here we take a look at the permutations and obstacles that stand in the way of our rivals.
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Bournemouth (A) – (Current ranking: 14th)

Chelsea (M) – (11th)

Fulham (H) – (10th)

Maximum score: 75

Back-to-back defeats to Brighton and West Ham gave Liverpool enough hope to catch Man United before the race was over.
Erik ten Hag’s side are one point ahead of the Reds as they have played one game less. The game is against Bournemouth on Thursday night.

With 66 points, they need just two wins from their last three to put Liverpool out of reach. It should be remembered that once the Premier League season is over, Man United will also face a Manchester derby in the FA Cup final.

The Red Devils are aiming for a domestic cup double after winning the League Cup with a 2-0 victory over the other four contenders at Newcastle in February.

Brighton (H) – (6th)

Leicester (H) – (19th)

Chelsea (A) – (11th)

Maximum score: 75

Newcastle have also been reluctant to leave the door slightly open for the Reds in recent weeks.
The Magpies are just one point from their ties with Arsenal and Leeds to sit in the same boat as Man United on 66 points, three points from the end.

It means they too can secure Champions League football with two wins, despite being mathematically in better shape than Man United with a +32 goal difference. The only likely scenario where goal difference would come into effect would be if Newcastle or Man United get one win and two draws in their remaining matches and Liverpool take maximum points.

The bottom line is that two wins would be enough for the Reds to overtake Newcastle if Eddie Howe’s side record a draw and a defeat in their last few games.

It may seem like a challenge, but praying that one side slips gives us twice the chance of a lone team standing in our way.

Whatever happens in the last two games, it was a great run by the Reds that gave us enough optimism to fly into next season.


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