- Herbie Kane: How Gerrard’s old pupil became Liverpool’s loanee success story
The young midfielder is flourishing at Doncaster Rovers.
- The truth behind claims of Besiktas sending Karius back to Liverpool
He had been linked with an early return.
- Wilson aims for another major scalp as Liverpool loanees send midweek message
A look at which loanees are playing where this week.
- The impressive record Liverpool and Arsenal will be fighting to continue on Saturday
Will this be a lucky charm for the Reds once again?
- The superb story of how Allez, Allez, Allez became Liverpool’s new anthem
This is well worth a watch.
- Fabinho speaks on adaptation to Liverpool & “rough” Premier League
Some interesting quotes from Klopp’s ever-improving Brazilian.
- Firmino: Caught between two roles or can Klopp get even more out of him?
Analysis: Is using Bobby as a No. 10 paying dividends?
Origi Wanted By Wolves
Liverpool want a minimum of £20 million for the out-of-favour Belgian, who is yet to make a first-team appearance this season.
It is worth noting that Wolves had a bid accepted for Origi in the summer transfer window, only for him to reportedly turn down the move.
Klopp recently hailed his application in training, and he has been included in the past two matchday squads, so he could still have a future on Merseyside.
Keita Discusses “Special” Klopp
Naby Keita is nearing his return from a hamstring injury, as he aims for top form after a solid but unspectacular start.
“It is really special to have him as a coach.
“He is open, you can talk to him and he’s not there for just one player, he’s there for all of us.
“He is not focusing on one or another player; he is focusing on all of us. He cares and he looks after all of us.
“It’s a real pleasure to play for him.”
Keita will hope to be in contention for Saturday’s trip to Arsenal, although it is likely that a substitutes’ role is the best he can hope for, should he be fit.
Reds Linked With Spanish Attacker
Iker Muniain has been tipped for greatness from a young age, but he is yet to quite hit the heights expected of him.
The 25-year-old Athletic Bilbao favourite remains a top attacking player, however, and Liverpool are believed to be interested in him.
That’s according to Marca, via Sport Witness, with the Reds and Napoli two clubs who have supposedly “already made offers” for Muniain, whose contract expires next summer.
Capable of thriving out wide or more centrally, the Spaniard could be an alternative to Nabil Fekir, and a possible replacement for Origi.
However, there would be an element of risk with any potential move, considering he has flattered to deceive over the years.
Salah Hailed as an “Icon” by UFC Champ
Mohamed Salah has millions of admirers around the world, with the Egyptian establishing himself as a household name over the last 12 months.
One of those offering praise to Salah is UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov, who has lauded his personality over anything.
“I never met him before but I follow him, he is a great player and we need more people like him to reflect our ethics and presents properly to the rest of the world,” Nurmagomedov told the Al Ittihad newspaper.
“He made a name of himself because he is disciplined. I feel that Allah is by his side.
“The new generations need those who are like Mohamed Salah to learn more about how you can be modest, no matter how famous and innovative you are.
“He’s an icon that we should take care of and help reach more success. I admire him and admire the ethics he is spreading every day in Europe.”