This Is Anfield
Addressing FSG’s approach to the transfer market during their time at Liverpool, Brendan Rodgers has suggested theirs isn’t a “winning model.”
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has reiterated his insistence he is in charge of transfers after predecessor Brendan Rodgers claimed players were forced upon him.
Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has claimed club owners Fenway Sports Group told him to sign the problematic Mario Balotelli after he had rejected the player.
Jurgen Klopp has dismissed suggestions he cannot work with the club’s transfer committee.
Confronting the long-running narrative of Brendan Rodgers vs. the Liverpool transfer committee, Jack Lusby separates perception from reality.
Lazar Markovic has been touted as a ‘committee signing’ – a gamble of £20 million and loaned out too early, writes Danny Gallagher.
Allowing Tiago Ilori to join Aston Villa on loan this summer underlines Liverpool’s inadequacy in the transfer market, writes Jack Lusby.
Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre insists the club can still buy top players within the remit of their “smart and sustainable” transfer policy.
Aaron Cutler jumps to the defence of Rickie Lambert and ponders why Liverpool signed the striker.
After the long-term failings of Liverpool’s transfer committee in buying players for the club, reports claim a summer overhaul may be imminent.
Brendan Rodgers has spoken of Liverpool’s priorities in this summer’s transfer window amid mounting criticism over the club’s transfer policy and lack of goals this season.
Liverpool’s transfer strategy has been the subject of much debate this week. Mark Pearson explains why we blew a huge opportunity last summer.
Would a director of football help Liverpool not only progress on the pitch but also stop the issues faced off the pitch? PJ Vaughan thinks so.
Aaron Cutler explains why Liverpool must prioritise their strikeforece in the upcoming transfer window.