The Brazilian midfielder, who was 25 on Tuesday, has struggled for game time since his £43.7million summer arrival from Monaco. Jordan Henderson and Naby Keita are injured.
Jurgen Klopp says 'reserved' Fabinho is finally ready to step into Liverpool's midfield ahead of Red Star visit
by: Andy Kelly — The Telegraph 6h
Liverpool's heavy investment in the summer transfer market has already paid considerable dividends thanks to the form of £65m Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson Becker.
by: N/A — Football Whispers 10h
Liverpool paid a then world record fee to secure the services of Alisson in the summer. He's already making a big difference. Here, we take a look at the impact he's made.
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by: Danielle Joynson — Football Transfer Rumours 12h
Throughout the summer transfer window Liverpool's activity was front and centre of the news pages. Jurgen Klopp recruited Fabinho, Xherdan Shaqiri and goalkeeper Alisson, while Naby Keita finalised his move from RB Leipzig. However, there was one...
by: Danielle Joynson — Football Fancast 13h
These Liverpool fans react to reports that Bayern Munich are interested in signing the Reds' rumoured summer target Nabil Fekir.
by: Laura OLeary — Snack Football: Live 4 Liverpool 22 Oct
Live 4 Liverpool has created the best possible XI Liverpool can play v Red Star.
by: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Adam+Shergold+for+MailOnline — Daily Mail 22 Oct
After Liverpool kept a sixth clean sheet in their first nine league matches at Huddersfield on Saturday, no Reds team in the club's history has started a season so frugally.
by: @chelseafc — EPL: Chelsea FC 22 Oct
The final part of the Pre-Match Briefing gets you ready for today's game...
by: Russell Hughes — Fansided: Rush The Kop 22 Oct
Liverpool are dominating this odd Premier League statistic after they beat Huddersfield 1-0 on Saturday afternoon. Out-of-sorts forward Mohamed Salah score...
by: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Ian+Ladyman+for+the+Daily+Mail — Daily Mail 21 Oct
IAN LADYMAN: As thrilling as it was it couldn’t really go on. Watching Liverpool last season was too often like a visit to a theme park. You didn’t quite know what would happen, only that you would enjoy yourself.