Football live Update!Liverpool v Bournemouth, Man City v Crystal Palace
Liverpool have failed to win their first three Premier League games this season. The midfield was hit hard by injury. Signatures could be essential to their success this year, so expect to see certain faces at Anfield today.
Liverpool already had him 2-0 up, thanks to a Luis Diaz header and a superb finish, and Alexander his Arnold scored his third with his 25-yard strike into the top corner. Added.
With the summer transfer market approaching its deadline on Thursday, the Premier League still has a lot of work to do.
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Manchester United’s 2–1 win over Liverpool on Monday gave Eric Tenn his Hague hopes for the rest of his term, but the club remains focused on bringing reinforcements. The addition of Casemiro may have moved them away from long-term midfield target Frenkie de Jong, but Ajax star Anthony and possibly Barcelona’s Memphis Depay are still in sight.
Chelsea are another key player still in need of a deal. Their number one target is Leicester City’s Wesley Fofana, who is keen to move to London and play for Thomas Tuchel’s side. The Blues are also chasing Everton winger Anthony Gordon and Todd Boley poised to make a cash splash on the final day of the window. Elsewhere, Liverpool are changing their tune and may be tempted to sign the midfielder before the window closes. Arsenal are looking for a striker to complete Mikel’s Arteta strong transfer window. Tottenham could extend their offer for Antonio Conte.
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Spalletti testifies to Ronaldo
Napoli manager Luciano Spalletti has hit back at claims that Napoli were given the chance to sign Cristiano Ronaldo. At a press conference, he said, “I spoke with [President Aurelio] De Laurentiis and he told me he hadn’t received an offer, so let’s be as realistic as possible here and just think about what could happen.
“There are only a few days left in the transfer market and it is unlikely that it will go through. Nothing concrete at the moment.