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Liverpool transfers and news LIVE – Ryan Gravenberch’s most recent, Khephren Thuram’s favorite, and Roberto Firmino’s concur



The most recent information on Roberto Firmino, Ryan Gravenberch, Adrien Rabiot, Jurgen Klopp, Jude Bellingham, and Khephren Thuram is included in the most recent Liverpool transfer news, rumors, gossip, and conjecture.

The ECHO’s exclusive news and transfer blog for Liverpool FC on Friday, April 21 is here.

Jurgen Klopp and his hiring team have started to formulate plans for the upcoming summer transfer window, with a midfield makeover being given top priority. It comes after the club decided to use its funds more evenly and give up on trying to sign England sensation Jude Bellingham.

Several players from Inter Milan, including Mason Mount, Alexis Mac Allister, Moises Caicedo, and Nicolo Barella, are rumored to be on the move. Ryan Gravenberch, a starlet for Bayern Munich who has been advised against making another trade, is one of the Reds’ other choices.

In the meantime, rumors say that departed forward Roberto Firmino is getting closer to choosing his next adventure, with Galatasaray reportedly leading the competition for his services.

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Roberto Firmino will not play against Nottingham Forest tomorrow, and Jurgen Klopp has also excluded him from the upcoming games against West Ham in the middle of the week and Tottenham at home on Sunday.

After that, Firmino will have played just five more games for Liverpool before Reds supporters will have the chance to thank him and bid him farewell.

One of the organizers of the Nottingham Forest banner demanding an end to tragedies seeks to inform supporters about the human ramifications in order to solve the issue.

On Saturday, when Liverpool hosts Steve Cooper’s team at Anfield, a 30 foot banner will be raised in the away section, calling for an end to the shouting of tragedies after a spike in abuse directed at Reds supporters following the Hillsborough tragedy in 1989.

Along with the phrases “Solidarity with Survivors,” it will read “Respect the 97” and feature the club badge of Forest in one corner and the Hillsborough memorial emblem in the other. Chanting “No to Tragedy” A group of City Ground supporters who run the @NoHateChants Twitter account came up with the concept.

In remembrance of the events that unfolded in 1989, the visitors will lay a wreath at Anfield prior to the game, which begins on Saturday at 3pm. On Monday, Leeds United joined Jordan Henderson, the captain of Liverpool, in paying their respects.

Manchester City supporters disrupted a moment of silence before the FA Cup semifinal last season around the anniversary of the tragedy that claimed the lives of 97 supporters, so Chelsea and Manchester City were forced to issue statements denouncing the chants directed at Liverpool fans in recent matches.

Pete Hillier, a member of the Nottingham Forest fans who hung the sign in the away section on Saturday, said they felt driven to urge change among opposing fans after a Hillsborough Survivors Support Alliance meeting when concerns were raised.

“A meeting of the Hillsborough Survivors Support Alliance produced the concept. After the official business of the meeting was completed, there was a lot of discussion about people’s struggles, and it eventually came up how many fans in the Liverpool end were currently experiencing tragedy chanting, how it appeared to be getting worse, and how social media appeared to fuel it.

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