Liverpool FC News 2019
>> Liverpool FC can confirm the signing of Harvey Elliott from Fulham.>> Mohamed Salah was declared fit. However, face a wait on the fitness of Andy Robertson.
>> Liverpool are intensifying their interest in signing Nick Pope with it unlikely they will make a move for Alisson Becker........
>> Liverpool can welcome Mohamed Salah back into the squad to face Manchester City on Sunday, but the game comes too soon for Jordan Henderson and Alberto Moreno.......
>> Jürgen Klopp reported positive and negative team news ahead of Liverpool's Premier League fixture against a West Ham United side struggling with a growing injury list........
>>Liverpool will receive a timely double boost on Thursday with captain Jordan Henderson and defender Joel Matip both set to return to full training.
>>Liverpool flew back to Merseyside late on Wednesday night following their 1-0 defeat to Southampton in the first leg of the EFL Cup semi-final.
Neither Henderson nor Matip travelled to the South Coast as they remained at Melwood to build up their fitness levels.
Brendan Rodgers departure as Liverpool manager provoked a whole host of different reactions but few were more memorable than those of Thierry Henry and Jamie Carragher. The duo were part of Sky Sports' Super Sunday team at the Emirates Stadium in London for Arsenal's 3-0 thumping of Manchester United when the news broke Liverpool had parted company with the Ulsterman in the wake of the 1-1 Merseyside derby draw at Goodison earlier that afternoon. Presenter Ed Chamberlain interrupted the analysts' post-match dissection of the Gunners' win with the news emerging from Anfield , leading the shocked Frenchman to instinctively squeeze Carra's left thigh.
£90 Million Naming Rights Deal
Liverpool FC 2016 News: Football Club Liverpool FC league are looking to tie up a lucrative £90million naming rights deal for Anfield's new Main Stand. The Reds' chief commercial officer Billy Hogan has been in Asia this week holding talks with three interested parties. No agreement is imminent but Anfield officials have been delighted by the level of interest and a naming rights partner for the £120million development is expected to be confirmed before the summer. Liverpool are seeking a 10-year contract which would be worth £7million to £9million per season. Earlier it is expected to name former Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp as their new manager on Thursday. The 48-year-old is set to arrive on Merseyside for further negotiations with the Anfield club before signing a three-year contract. The German would replace Brendan Rodgers, who was sacked on Sunday following the 1-1 Premier League draw at derby rivals Everton.