Reds track Olympiacos talent and 4 could miss Atletico clash – Liverpool FC Roundup – Liverpool FC
Liverpool, international break… that must be synonymous with bad news and crazy rumors! Not really, of course, but there are usually a few at these times.
A transfer that we are considering … and one that we will not have to do
You may have seen Divock Origi linked with Barcelona – but here is precisely why you don’t need to pay much attention to the stories.
It’s very, very unlikely that this will be a January transfer – but here’s one that could be.
Liverpool reportedly recently spotted young Olympiacos attacking midfielder Aguibou Camara in a game against Fenerbahce, and were so impressed that they “started asking questions” about his availability.
The 20-year-old plays both as a No.10 and on the flank and is already a Guinean senior international – so there could be a character reference coming from Naby Keita if the interest is legitimate.
Senior stars speak
Latest news from Liverpool FC
Premier League’s last chat
- Dusan Vlahovic refused to sign a new contract with Fiorentina, so expect more boring and unnecessary ties with Arsenal and Spurs in January before he inevitably heads to a Juve or Inter
- Max Aaron is one of the right-backs Man United are considering joining in January and at this point we suspect Ole is trolling the fan base by signing someone for every position except the defensive midfielder they most need
- Harry winks wants to leave Spurs in January and will consider moving abroad, likely because there is less chance that these teams have looked at his level of performance over the past 18 months and could still offer him a salary
Tweet of the day and game of the evening
Either you had it or you wanted it. There is no other option.
Shell Jacket Liverpool 1991 by Adidas
The ’90s jackets were on another level! ? pic.twitter.com/oagjc3ZhRG
– Classic football shirts (@classicshirts) October 6, 2021
The late game tonight is Italy v Spain! It looks like a European Championship final or something, but that’s just the Nations League we’re afraid of. Seedlings too.