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Liverpool transfer news – Alexis Mac Allister future, Mason Mount latest, Luka Sucic in sight



Liverpool transfer news – Alexis Mac Allister future, Mason Mount latest, Luka Sucic in sight

Liverpool broadcast news, rumours, gossip and speculation including updates on Neymar, Luka Sucic, Mason Mount, Jude Bellingham, Goncalo Inacio and more.

Stick with us all day as we bring you breakup stories, commentary and reactions to all the big talking points at Anfield – plus of course the latest transfer gossip from around the world.

We bring you coverage of Liverpool’s U21 clash against Chelsea as Liverpool’s chief writer Ian Doyle visits the AXA academy.

Liverpool continue to be linked with a move for Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount, with reports suggesting Barcelona are also interested in the player

Inter Milan are reportedly considering letting Marcelo Brozovic leave the club this summer, with Liverpool having already been heavily linked with a move for the midfielder.

We will of course also provide all the reactions to last night’s game against Newcastle United in the Premier League. That’s all for today

Thanks for following our live blog from Liverpool today. We’ll be back tomorrow morning at 7am to give you the latest news on the Reds.

Istanbul exploits offer Liverpool a unique chance to salvage the season

Bright lights, smoky atmosphere, crowded spectators – everyone loves European football a bit.

Whether it’s the thrilling dynamic of playing against a team from another country, watching a match steeped in celebrated nostalgia, or the excitement of plotting a draw, there’s nothing like a continental competition during the week at Anfield.

Some of those enjoyable aspects were present when Liverpool took on Everton in Monday night’s Merseyside Derby. A colorful Kop after Flag Day calls certainly did its part, as well as a buzzing atmosphere against a tough opponent. The end result was a well-deserved 2-0 home win for the Reds – their first in the Premier League since the start of the year.

It is believed that as the second half of the season progresses, Jurgen Klopp’s side will face significantly stronger opponents than a toothless Everton, whose current sorry state is undoubtedly better covered in a separate article, but after frankly embarrassing defeats en route to Brentford, Brighton and clearly mean wolves, beating Everton is a start and a step in the right direction.

Liverpool flew out of Newcastle game on ‘short notice

Liverpool are said to have flown back from Newcastle rather than traveling by bus as there was a “brief turnaround” between Saturday night’s game and Tuesday’s Champions League game against Real Madrid.

The Reds have been criticized by some on social media for choosing to take a short flight, which would have lasted 33 minutes. The Mirror now reported that Liverpool felt that they had a little choice to finish this trip by plane when the club wanted to bring the players back to Merseyside on Tuesday.

Neil Critichley is released as a QPR boss

According to reports, Neil Crichley, as a head coach of Queens Park Rangers, was released for the championship club after only two months.

The coach of the former Liverpool Academy left the Reds in 2020 to assume his leading role in the Red leadership who arrived in Blackpool. Critichley was very successful with the sailors, but decided to leave this position in order to play a new role in QPR.

Unfortunately, things are not planned for the 44 -year -old man, who could not monitor o

Win secure derby spurs

Tottenham Hotspur won a 2-0 victory against West Ham United to jump Newcastle United and move into the last Leagh master. Antonio Conte’s side are now seven points clear of Liverpool, but the Reds still have two games to go.

Klopp is about to get more firepower as the Liverpool youngster returns to the Chelsea draw

Ben Doak was the star as Liverpool fell in frustration at home to Chelsea in Premier League 2 on Sunday afternoon.

Doak returned after a spell on the sideline with a muscle strain with a spirited display in the goalless draw against the Londoners at the Academy in Kirkby.

The young Reds dominated for long periods against a Chelsea side, who went just three points behind leaders Manchester City.

But Barry Lewtas’ squad – which includes Bobby Clark, Rhys Williams and Billy Koumetio in a strong starting lineup – got no further than Chelsea goalkeeper Gabriel Slonina. After a cautious start, Liverpool gradually took control of a first half in which Doak’s direct running and pace were their most potent attacking weapon. It was such a run that forced a corner from which a sweeping Dom Corness delivery was headed up the bar by Koumetio.

Mac Allister’s dad talks summer ‘possibilities’

Alexis Mac Allister’s father has admitted there will be ‘opportunities’ for his son to leave Brighton this summer.

The Argentina international has caught the eye since signing for the Seagulls in 2019 and continued to build his reputation at the World Cup in Qatar after helping his country to glory.

Much like his midfield partner Moises Caicedo, the 24-year-old continues to be linked with a move from Brighton in favor of a big-money move. Liverpool are among the teams who have been linked with Mac Allister set to make his club picks
end of campaign.

Mac Allister’s father Carlos gave his stance on his son’s future to TyC Sports: ‘He’s at Brighton at the moment’, he said: ‘It seems like a very good thing to me that he returned from the World Cup and not to the desperate farewell

“He knows success quietly and serenely, in a team that loves him very much. The reception he received was the best. He is very good at the club.

“We all know there will be opportunities to leave in July,” he added. “But ahead of the World Cup, Alexis extended his contract to give the club a chance to make a big move too, so Brighton can do a lot. That’s the idea.

Liverpool U21 0-0 Chelsea U21

The full-time and Liverpool Under-21s were frustrated with a goalless draw against Chelsea in their Premier League 2 clash at the Academy. The young Reds were the better team and Doak was by far the better player.


Three minutes of additional time will be played. Time almost up

Going into the last minute, Liverpool were out of ideas against a Chelsea side that looked nothing like the many attacking teams anyway. Goalless again.

Koumetio effort

Koumetio tries the shot from inside his own half. He scored against PSG with one, but went just over the bar.

Immediate impact

Blair immediately puts himself in the game and wins a free kick which leads to a yellow card. Second LFC switch

Another Liverpool substitution: Blair replaced Frauendorf in the 71st minute. Still scoreless against Chelsea.

Second LFC switch

Another Liverpool substitution: Blair replaced Frauendorf in the 71st minute. Still scoreless against Chelsea.

Woltmann introduced

First move to Liverpool as Woltman, another player returning from loan, replaces Musialowski. The young Reds still lead 0-0 after 65 minutes.

Beck booked

Beck delves into the book. The referee doesn’t care about the players. Well, at least no nonsense from the Liverpool players.

Liverpool 0-0 Chelsea

Liverpool have had their chances and Slonina has been called into question a handful of times as the Reds have developed. Not to say Chelsea didn’t stand a chance, Castillo forced Davies to tip over and before that they went close in the box but couldn’t intervene.

Impressive Ben Doak.

Chelsea under pressure

Beck is the latest player to be rejected by Slonina.

Liverpool significantly better in the last 20

Halftime is approaching, still without a goal.

The Chelsea team this afternoon

Former Arsenal prospect Omari Hutchinson is the starter. No penalty for Liverpool but Chelsea right-back proves to be an eye-catcher

Penalty claims will not be made for Liverpool as Brooking has choice words.

Liverpool turn up the heat

Doak continues to be a threat to the Reds as Rhys Williams walks away.

Liverpool take advantage of Chelsea’s defense

Gabriel Slonina then took steps to refuse Doak and Musialowski.

It’s time for Chelsea to get closer

Now Harvey Davies steps into action. butt now Still 0-0.


Koumetio closes in as he cuts the bar from Cornes’ corner.

Liverpool are growing in the game.

Early frustration leads to doak booking

Ben Doak earned a map on his return to the starting XI. Although it’s not the one he would have wanted. A thriller.

Early departure from Liverpool

The young Reds can breathe a sigh of relief after a Chelsea inquiry, but without penetration.

Neymar left for PSG on a stretcher

Liverpool transfer news LIVE - Neymar offered, Mason Mount latest, Roberto Firmino contract

Liverpool have been linked with PSG star Neymar in recent days. However, he is tense against Lille just two minutes into the second half.

The Brazilian has been offered to Premier League clubs according to 90 Minutes, with the Reds one of five English clubs reported to hold talks. Newcastle United, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United were reportedly the other clubs in talks with his representatives. His contract with the French giants doesn’t expire until 2025.

It had been a good afternoon for Neymar on Sunday, he fired instinctively in PSG’s second match against Lille after a nice cut by Vitinha.

However, five minutes into the second half was lengthened. The incident occurred in the center circle where he rolled his ankle after a fight with the visiting defender and received lengthy treatment. He tried to leave the pitch himself but had to admit he couldn’t go any further and was carried off the pitch.

Liverpool target luka Sucicn

Liverpool are reportedly targeting a transfer of RB Salzburg midfielder Luka Sucic, according to Football Transfers.

The Reds have marked the 20-year-old on their provisional list of players to target. According to Football Transfers, the Croatian has a low release clause in the range of €15-20m (£13-17m).

He played 57 times in the Austrian Bundesliga and scored nine times in three seasons with Salzburg. Already last summer, he was courting prospects with Newcastle United to attract Premier League interest.

According to the Football Transfers report, Jude Bellingham is the Reds’ top target, with Khephren Thuram, Kouadio Konae and Sucic among the players Liverpool like. Declan Rice is also included but is “not a priority” at this point.

Liverpool continues

Liverpool have now overtaken Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur in bookmakers’ odds after yesterday’s win.

The triumph closed the gap between the Reds and the top four after cutting a nine-point lead to six with one game less over the teams around them. Jurgen Klopp’s side travel to Crystal Palace for another late kick-off next Saturday.

After that it’s a series of home clashes against Wolves, Manchester United before heading to Bournemouth.

Liverpool’s chances of reaching the top 4

Manchester United – 1/7

Liverpool – 6/5

Newcastle – 13/8

Tottenham Hotspur – 9/4

Brighton- 9/1

Chelsea – 20/1

How was AB1 yesterday?

Yesterday an important parade at an equally important time.

Somehow the game player was not rewarded!

Let’s keep this against Callum Wilson again, shall we?