Should Liverpool replace Suso next season?

Should Liverpool replace Suso next season?

Overlooking their policy of bringing up young talent, Liverpool are reportedly looking to sell their Spanish young maestro in order to go for more experience in their side. While Suso has performed well in La Liga last season, with a relegation threatened Almeria side, it was expected that he would get a nod from the Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers, who is known to extract the maximum out of his young talent on Merseyside. However if reports surfacing in certain media …
Emre Can Stats Comparison with Lucas Leiva

Emre Can Stats Comparison with Lucas Leiva

Liverpool have reportedly bolstered their midfield options by agreeing a deal in principle with Bayern Leverkusen for Emre Can. The midfielder is expected to travel to Liverpool next week to complete the remaining constraints of his deal. This deal wouldn’t create much buzz in the opposing camp at the moment as the midfielder is still raw and he might be struggling for first team action as Steven Gerrard, Sterling and Coutinho are still expected to lead the line next season. …
Manchester United stars fighting for their careers

Manchester United stars fighting for their careers

Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher admits many of the current squad are fighting for their careers at the club. Having lost 3-1 to Bayern Munich last night to effectively end their season, Fletcher admits that many of his team mates are now fighting for their United careers and he is adamant that they will not let this season just fizzle out. Fletcher said: "The boys have got to play well to stay in the manager's thoughts for next season. "There …
Moyes admits it's all down to him

Moyes admits it's all down to him

Under-fire Manchester United manager David Moyes has admitted that the teams dramatic demise is all down to him. Following his teams humiliating 3-0 defeat at home to local rivals Manchester City, David Moyes has admitted that he is the cause of their lack of form. "I am the one who picks the team," Moyes said. "I take responsibility and always will do. It is disappointing. "I thought it would be a tough year but I hoped it would be more …
Wenger says red card killed the game

Wenger says red card killed the game

Speaking after his sides 2-0 home defeat to Bayern Munich, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said that the red card shown to goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesney "killed the game". "The referee made a decision that killed the game," Wenger said. "Our keeper went for the ball, he touched Robben, who made more of it." Although Bayern Munich defender David Alaba missed the penalty, the red card shown left Arsenal with only 10 men and Bayern eventually wore them down and scored …
Moyes eyes bad boy Kroos

Moyes eyes bad boy Kroos

Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos could be on his way out of the German giants and on his way to Manchester United. After watching the player react un-happily after being substituted in his teams 2-1 win over Stuttgart, manager Pep Guardiola has confirmed that Kroos has rejected a new deal from the European Champions. Guardiola said: "He is an important player but things can move fast in football. Here today, gone tomorrow." To add to the transfer rumour, Manchester United …
Chelsea allow Bertrand to head out on loan

Chelsea allow Bertrand to head out on loan

Chelsea Football Club have today confirmed that left full back Ryan Bertrand has joined Aston Villa on loan for the rest of the season. Boss Jose Mourinho explained "The best thing for him was to go on loan for the rest of the season because he needs to play. At the moment my optiions for left-back are Ashley Cole and Cesar Azpilicueta. "So for Ryan we felt - and he agrees totally - that he needs to play. He's English and …
Carmille's Chelsea Column: Where Did Mata Go? Plus Highs & Lows of the Week

Carmille's Chelsea Column: Where Did Mata Go? Plus Highs & Lows of the Week

This week’s column will discuss the role of Juan Mata in the current Chelsea squad and analyse his importance to the team, and look at the highs and lows endured by the Blues in the past week. Juan Mata has been without a doubt Chelsea’s most influential player since his arrival at Stamford Bridge in 2011. Mata’s first campaign (2011/2012) saw him earn the Chelsea Player of the Year award, contributing with six Premier League goals and 13 assists, the …
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