No Fine for Firmino, Van Dijk’s Superstition and Champions of Europe?

Transfer News

With the end of the season just around the corner, Emre Can’s Liverpool career could be coming to an end very soon. It’s nearly the time in his contract when he can speak to other English clubs. The German has already been linked with a move to Italy and Juventus. But Can could stay in England with a move to Manchester City an attractive offer.

After his massively impressive debut season at Liverpool, Mo Salah has been linked to the world’s best clubs. After already being linked with a move to Real Madrid, it turns out German champions, Bayern Munich, have entered the race to sign Liverpool’s top scorer this season.

Club News

Roberto Firmino will not be charged by the FA over his clash with Everton’s Mason Holgate. The two had a scuffle in an FA Cup tie in January after Holgate pushed the Liverpool player into the stand. Many obligations have been made about what was said between the two. Firmino did admit he insulted the young Everton defender but didn’t use discriminatory language, which Holgate accused him of. The FA have said they didn’t have sufficient evidence to support Holgate’s claim and no disciplinary action will be taken.

The clubs most expensive man, Virgil van Dijk, has revealed his match superstition is too wear a long-sleeved shirt underneath his Liverpool top, no matter what the weather.

Club legend, Jan Molby, has stated Liverpool have a chance in the Champions League. Realistically it’s the only trophy Jurgen Klopp’s men have a chance of winning before the season finishes in May. However, Molby has said that in their quarter final tie, it’s key The Reds play at home in the second leg. The former Denmark international feels that Bayern Munich are a very strong team in this year’s competition.

Youth Team News

Steven Gerrard managed the under 19 side to beat Nicky Butt’s Manchester United side, 2-0 in the UEFA Youth League. Ben Woodburn scored a header in the first half and then a stunning goal from Rafael Camacho ensured the Merseyside club progressed to the quarterfinals.