November 2 match changes & January 2 transfer rumors – Liverpool FC Roundup – Liverpool FC
Liverpool qualified for the League Cup fourth round in second gear last night and with a second-place team. The reaction to this and the latest news from the rumor mill arrives today.
Anfield online for short and long term changes
First of all, the imminent change: Championship and Premier League clubs will be able to offer licensed standing places in their stadium from the beginning of 2022.
Security has not existed at the English elite level for 25 years and the trial will continue until the end of the season, with many criteria that clubs must meet if they are to be part of the movement. This is of course a sensitive subject for Liverpool in particular, but supporters largely agree with the approach given the vast improvements in security and protocols to be followed.
Second, and starting earlier but not ending until 23/24, is Anfield’s next expansion.
7,000 seats will be added to give the Reds a total capacity of just over 61,000 – the third largest in the Premier League. Work begins next month!
New Year’s moves
An entry, an exit in January? Rumors are already starting.
FC Basel tried to get Loris Karius this summer but were unable to strike a permanent deal or loan to Liverpool’s convenience – but they will be back in the winter window to try and land the German plug once promising.
SportBild is among the outlets suggesting this, although they will also have to improve their offer to Karius, who rejected their offers this summer.
The same news outlet claims Liverpool and Bayern Munich are the two clubs keeping a close watch on Salzburg striker Karim Adeyemi and, although there is no release clause for the striker, the Austrians will struggle. to keep it if an offer arrives in January.
Calendar changes for November
The Reds have confirmed that two games were moved to television in November, both scheduled to air on Sky Sports – so these are the first four games of the month to air. The Saints remain a kickoff at 3 p.m. Saturday, so no TV there, and Everton’s game has yet to be confirmed for TV, with that series of games included in December picks.
- AtlÃ©tico (M) – CL – November 3, 8 p.m. – BT Sport
- West Ham (A) – PL – November 7, 4:30 p.m. – Air sports
- Arsenal (M) – PL – November 20, 5:30 p.m. – Air sports
- Porto (H) – CL – November 24, 8 p.m. – BT Sport
- Southampton (H) – PL – November 27, 3 p.m. – Not on UK TV
- Everton (A) – PL – November 30, 7:45 p.m. – To be determined
Latest news from Liverpool FC
Premier League’s last chat
- James rodriguez decided to move to Qatar and never hear from the world of proper football again is better to stay at Everton
- Tariq Lamptey is finally ready for an injury comeback after a long layoff with Brighton – and that’s how notary Phil Jones, after nearly two years of what must have been hell, was injured and watch Marcos Rojo play more than him
- Bernd Leno adds to the ever-growing pile of players on Arsenal’s transfer list, which will likely remain ignored by the rest of Europe for another year
Tweet of the day and game of the evening
Did you hear a kick in the grass, my boy? pic.twitter.com/tTW4NHPEFh
– Trev Downey (@downeytrev) September 22, 2021
Tonight’s League Cup matches should be as easy to watch as ours. Sevilla vs Valencia otherwise, 6.30 p.m.