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“Hopefully they can win the Premier League” – Former Liverpool star urges club to break Premier League duck

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Former Liverpool striker Fernando Torres is supporting the Reds for the Premier League title. The Anfield club are unbeaten after 12 games and are a couple of points ahead of Chelsea after Sunday’s games.

Manchester City could leapfrog the Reds with a win over Manchester United, and Torres was speaking about his time playing for both Chelsea and Liverpool.

The Spaniard was exceptional for the Reds but joined Chelsea in 2011. Torres won numerous titles with the Blues but missed out on the Premier League title.

Speaking to Sky Sports, the former Atletico Madrid star added that he had a lot of fun playing for Liverpool.

“I have feelings for both of them. Liverpool was the best time in my career – I love the city, the supporters and the club.

“I am still in touch with them and they made me feel at home when I was there.”

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The Spaniard spoke about how he had a great time at Chelsea winning titles and hoped the Reds pick up the title this season as we have never picked up the Premier League crown.

“I know how important it is for Liverpool to win the Premier League.

“Hopefully they can win the Premier League and Chelsea can win it the year after.”

Read more: Jurgen Klopp claims winning the Premier League could be considered as a success for Liverpool

This has been an incredible start to the season for the Reds, and hopefully, we can create history under Jurgen Klopp.

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“He will be back early” – Jurgen Klopp believes this Liverpool defender will return soon and rules out signing new players in January

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Jurgen Klopp has reiterated that Liverpool will not spend in the January window. Instead, he will use the players at his disposal to deal with the latest injuries and suspensions.

The 4-3 win over Crystal Palace came at a cost with James Milner getting sent off and Fabinho picking up an injury.

Trent Alexander-Arnold also missed the game due to a knock but the German has claimed that Fabinho could be fit for the clash against Leicester (h/t Mirror).

We play the Foxes on 30th January and Klopp did not rule out Alexander-Arnold from making a return. The German was asked if the injuries would see Liverpool dip into the market and he replied (h/t Mirror):

“We have to use the resources we have already and that is what we try.”

Klopp admitted this was a difficult problem and claimed that decisions have to be taken before adding that Trent could be fit soon.

“In that moment we had plenty of options and now we don’t have them. That’s how it is in our next games. Trent got an injury and it’s serious but not that serious.

“He will be back early but I don’t know if early enough for the next game. Maybe the game after. Everyone gives me the feeling, Trent as well, that that is absolutely possible.”

The manager additionally gave a vote of confident to Rafa Camacho by asking who else could play better than the youngster as the right-back.

Liverpool have some options for their right-back slot with Ki-Jana Hoever doing well in the FA Cup defeat at the hands of Wolves.

Read more: Jurgen Klopp hails this Liverpool youngster’s challenge as the “most important” of his life after Crystal Palace win

Making that one change in the team should not be a problem for the Reds. Hopefully, we will continue our winning ways once we return to action against Leicester.

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“Unbelievable deft skill” – Some Liverpool fans in awe of star’s brilliant skill from Napoli win

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Liverpool beat Napoli to qualify for the knockout round of the Champions League, and there were some great performances at Anfield on Tuesday.

Mohamed Salah, Alisson, Joel Matip and Virgil van Dijk were excellent while we also saw Roberto Firmino have one of his better games this season.

The Reds played with the Brazilian leading the attack and Firmino had one moment that caught the eye of several fans in the game.

We have seen Bobby come up with no look goals, passes and nutmegs but he has taken it to another level with a reverse back-heel.

The Liverpool star needs to be at his best for the upcoming game against Manchester United, but we can be sure of him trying some tricks against the Red Devils on Sunday.

Some Liverpool fans certainly loved this bit against Napoli, and here are their reactions from Twitter.

Read more: “You gotta be kidding”, “And he finished the game?” – Liverpool fans react as star defender could be out for 6 weeks

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Liverpool Remain Challengers but Reinforcements may be Needed

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Liverpool made a stunning start to the 2018/19 season with six straight Premier League wins, while the icing on the cake was a thrilling 3-2 Champions League victory against Paris Saint-Germain – a fantastic way to get the Reds’ European campaign up and running.

Elimination from the EFL Cup by Chelsea at Anfield, followed by a Premier League draw against the Blues just a few days later, made for a disappointing end to September. After the frustrating Champions League defeat at Napoli to start October, fans and pundits alike are wondering whether further signings are needed to strengthen the squad.

Despite hitting a few bumps in the road of late, Liverpool remain the outright betting favourites at  to challenge Manchester City for the Premier League title at 9/4. The two met for the first time this season on Sunday, playing out a goalless draw which keeps the unbeaten pair together on 20 points with eight games played.

If the Reds don’t get back to winning ways, and quickly, questions will inevitably continue to be raised. Likewise, the gossip columns are already suggesting that despite an excellent summer of transfer activity, this squad still isn’t the finished article and additional reinforcements are needed, if the team is to genuinely challenge for silverware this season.

One potential transfer target doing the rounds again is Brazilian left-back Alex Telles, who was already linked in June and was even mentioned in the section of the official Liverpool website, after various outlets had published rumours suggesting he was destined for a move to Anfield.

Although no deal was eventually concluded before the summer transfer window slammed shut, 25-year-old Telles apparently remains a target thanks to his outstanding performances at FC Porto, consistently clocking up the highest for his team this season, both on the domestic front in the Portuguese league and in the Champions League.

Indeed, Telles produced a man-of-the-match display that will undoubtedly have interested , who were reportedly in attendance as FC Porto beat Galatasaray 1-0 in the Champions League, weighing up the possibility of making a €40 million swoop when the January transfer window opens.

Liverpool are hardly lacking when it comes to left-back options, though a move for Telles is regarded as one which will provide stiff competition for Andrew Robertson, who has been excellent since his arrival from Hull City in 2017.

James Milner showed great versatility to deputise last season in the same position, although he has since returned to playing in his more natural midfield roles. Meanwhile, Alberto Moreno has continued to see his opportunities diminish under Jurgen Klopp and hasn’t played a single minute this season.

As such, 26-year-old Moreno has already been tipped for a return to Spain, reports recently with interest in a January move that could revive his career, as they seek additional left-back cover for Jordi Alba. Such a move would undoubtedly pave the way for Liverpool to solidify their interest in FC Porto star Telles.

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