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Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Poll: Who will be joining Liverpool FC on transfer deadline day?

Thomas Lemar
Liverpool have seen two bids rejected for Lemar, including a club-record offer of £65million.

Monaco do not want to sell the winger after seeing a number of their top players leave the club this summer.

However, Solhekol claims he has been told “every player has his price” with regards to Lemar.

“They’ve made two bids for Thomas Lemar, both have been rejected by Monaco,” Solhekol said on Sky Sports.

“The second was a club-record £65million.

“Monaco under no pressure to sell, after all they are on course to raise over £300million from sales.

“Monaco want him to say but we are told every player has his price.

“Lemar wants a move but he’s not kicking up a fuss."

“He played all 90 minutes as Monaco beat Marseille 6-1 on Sunday. He’s currently with the France squad just outside Paris.”

Lemar has also been linked with Liverpool’s Premier League rivals Arsenal this summer.

Last week Gunners boss Arsene Wenger claimed a deal for Lemar was “dead” as Monaco were refusing to sell.

But that has not put off Liverpool, who remain keen on the 21-year-old.

Reports now claim Liverpool have offered Monaco £74.4million plus striker Divock Origi for Lemar.

Kerem Demirbay
KEREM DEMIRBAY could sign for Liverpool in the next 48 hours, according to Bundesliga expert Lee Price.

Price believes central midfielder Demirbay, 24, is on Jurgen Klopp's radar and a late move could be on the cards.

Demirbay made his Germany debut earlier this year after snubbing an offer to play for Turkey instead.

He grew up playing for the Borussia Dortmund youth sides when boss Klopp was in charge before progressing to represent Dortmund B.

Spells at Hamburg, Kaiserslautern and Fortuna Dusseldorf followed before he moved to Hoffenheim last summer, where he shone.

Price, who has written books the Bundesliga and Liverpool boss Klopp, understands Spurs, Chelsea and Bournemouth are all keen too.

He told Express Sport: "Demirbay is a player I've known of for a while but it's only the last couple of years he's really shown what he can do.

"The young midfielder impressed for Hoffenheim against Liverpool in the Champions League qualifier, and was seen chatting to Klopp at the end of the game.

"Spurs are thought to be leading the chase, as Liverpool have been concluding a deal for Naby Keita, while Chelsea have prioritised Danny Drinkwater of Leicester.

"But his links to Klopp, having spent two years at Dortmund as a youth, means Liverpool is an option.

"There's a long way to go before any deal is done but there's a genuine chance he could sign in the next couple of days to bolster the Reds' midfield choices.

"Bournemouth could offer first team football, invaluable in a World Cup year for a player on the fringes of the German national team, but who was a part of the successful Confederations Cup squad.

"Don't be surprised if he's a late mover."

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
LIVERPOOL are prepared to hijack Chelsea’s deal to sign Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, according to reports.

Oxlade-Chamberlain has made it clear to Arsenal he wants to leave before the transfer window closes on Thursday.

Liverpool and Chelsea both interested in signing the versatile midfielder.

But Express Sport understands Chelsea have stolen a march Liverpool by agreeing a £35m fee with Arsenal for his signature.

The 24-year-old is said to prefer a switch to Anfield but Antonio Conte is keen to bolster his midfield options with Oxlade-Chamberlain able to occupy the wing-back positions.

But the Irish Independent claim Liverpool could return with a bid of their own should they fail to sign Thomas Lemar from Monaco.

The Reds have already had two bids rejected for the France international.

Monaco have repeatedly insisted Lemar is not for sale all summer with Aesene Wenger confirmed last week Arsenal had ended their interest in the left-sided winger.

However, Liverpool have stepped in to test Monaco’s resolve and are expected to return with a third bid.

Should they be knocked back once more, it is said the Reds will switch their attention back to Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Liverpool kicked off the week with a bang after sealing a club record deal of £48million to sign Naby Keita, who will move to Anfield next summer.

Virgil van Dijk
THE future of Virgil van Dijk took a turn with the bookies today in a dramatic few hours in the betting markets.

The market opened today at odds of 4/7 for Van Dijk to leave Southampton to join Liverpool.

Then, by 5.30pm this afternoon, traders at Sky Bet were spo convinced the Dutchman was on his way to Anfield they priced a move up at odds of 1/8.

That means punters would need to put £8 on the market to win just £1 back - and in layman's terms it's a dead cert.

But the price was then dramatically cut in as Sky Bet U-turned on their decision.

The odds rapidly lengthened from 1/8 to 2/5 in the space of less than two hours - suggesting bookies now think there's a fair chance Van Dijk is staying put.

The Southampton defender is desperate to leave Saints and is not short of offers.

But Mauricio Pellegrino’s side are publicly saying he won’t be sold before Thursday’s 11pm deadline despite him being exiled from the Argentine’s training regime.

Liverpool remain long-term admirers of Van Dijk and are thought to be prepared to smash their club-record transfer fee to sign him.

And according to the Independent, Van Dijk believes he still has a chance of joining Jurgen Klopp at Anfield.

However, Southampton are refusing to do business with the Reds after the Merseyside outfit were accused of making an illegal approach to sign him earlier in the transfer window.

Van Dijk hasn't featured in any of Southampton's opening matches of the new season and has been training with the under-23 side.

But he hit back at claims he was refusing to train for the club after handing in a transfer request to force through a move away from St Mary's.

Since 2014, five players have left Southampton to join Liverpool.

Sadio Mane is the most recent former Saint to make the move up north to Anfield and he has since been a revelation in Klopp's side.

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Virgil Van Dijk
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
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Thursday, May 17, 2012

Poll: Who’s the next Liverpool FC manager?

Liverpool's owners are keen for the club's new manager to be in place for at least four to five years.

Tom Werner and John W. Henry have begun the search for the Reds' fourth boss in two years after sacking Kenny Dalglish and have a number of names in mind.

The new boss is likely to get a transfer budget of over £30million.

On Wednesday, sources close to Henry were keen to stress the American owners do have a clear vision for the future of the club and are likely to appoint three senior directors in the coming weeks.

Meetings have been held with a number of potential directors of football, including Johan Cruyff and former Barcelona sporting director Txiki Begiristain, while they have also spoken to at least one candidate to fill the chief executive's role.

Henry and Werner are also thought to be close to appointing a new director of communications to replace Ian Cotton.

While the departure of Dalglish has left something of a power vacuum at Anfield, FSG felt they had to act given Liverpool's failure to challenge for a Champions League qualifying place, a clear target at the start of the season.

Steve Clarke, Dalglish's assistant, has stepped down out of loyalty to the 61-year-old Scot.

Source: BBC Sport

Who’s the next Liverpool FC manager?

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Monday, August 1, 2011

POLL: Which of these players you wish to see in a Liverpool shirt before August 31?

With 1 month left to the transfer window, Liverpool FC and Kenny Dalglish will be looking for two to three new signings to strengthen the playing squad.

You can cast your vote or multiple votes or name the players you wish to see donning the Liverpool shirt.

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Friday, July 22, 2011

POLL: Should Alberto Aquilani remained at Liverpool FC?

There are many speculations on Aquilani leaving Liverpool FC again this summer, permanently or on loan. Leave your thought in the comment box and cast your vote on the poll below.

Should Alberto Aquilani remained at Liverpool FC?

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Monday, May 16, 2011

POLL: Where will Liverpool FC finish in the league?

Can Liverpool FC finished above Tottenham Hotspurs? Cast your thought and vote on the poll below.

Where will LIVERPOOL FC finish in the league?

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Thursday, February 10, 2011

POLL: Can LIVERPOOL FC finish in the top four this season?

Leave your thoughts or comments and vote on the mini poll on “Can LIVERPOOL FC finish in the top four this season?”.

Can LIVERPOOL FC finish in the top four this season?

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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

POLL: Who should Liverpool FC appoints to succeed Roy Hodgson?

Let’s have a mini poll on the managerial issue surrounding Roy Hodgson future at Anfield.

Who should Liverpool FC appoints to succeed Roy Hodgson?

Let’s hear from all of you and leave your thoughts on the comment box below.

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Thursday, December 23, 2010

POLL: Should Liverpool FC appoint back Benitez?

Let’s hear from all of you and leave your thoughts on the comment box below.

Should Liverpool FC appoint back Benitez?


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Monday, October 18, 2010

POLL: Time to sack the manager?

After the performances at Goodison Park yesterday afternoon, many Reds supporters and fans left bedazzled at the team selection and tactics employed by Roy Hodgson.

In the poll below, please give your anonymous vote.

Time to sack the manager?

Monday, July 5, 2010

Liverpool FC appoint Roy Hodgson

Roy HodgsonRoy Hodgson set to be Liverpool’s 18th manager and he’s being warned that he’ll have a massive jobs on hand. Hodgson joins Liverpool from Fulham, where he guided the Cottagers to the Europa League final in May and was voted Manager of the Year by the League Managers' Association.

He exclusively told "This is the biggest job in club football and I'm honoured to be taking on the role of manager of Britain's most successful football club. I look forward to meeting the players and the supporters and getting down to work at Melwood."

The earlier poll here indicates that he’s not the fan’s favourite to this managerial position. Anyway, we hope he will turn Liverpool’s last dismal season around.



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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Who will be Liverpool FC manager?

Rafael Benitez left Liverpool FC for Inter Milan. Now Liverpool need to find a new manager, who can bring the glory days back to Anfield. Who do you think is the most suitable man to manage Liverpool Football Club next season?

Update: Roy Hodgson was named Liverpool FC 18th manager. Continue to cast your vote and leave your thoughts on the appointment of Roy Hodgson here. 

Who will be the next Liverpool FC manager?

Saturday, June 13, 2009

Your view: Alonso for Real?

Xabi Alonso

Real Madrid just confirmed the captures of Cristiano Ronaldo for a £80million world's record transfer fee. Real’s second signing after Kaka, has putting the alarm bell over the future of Xabi Alonso at Anfield yet again.

After splashing a staggering £136million on Kaka and Ronaldo, Real Madrid do have the resources to launch another big money signing. Liverpool heavily in debt, could the board resist the £30million offer for Alonso?

So in the latest poll on Red's Fury™, I ask for your thoughts on the prospect of selling Xabi. Vote below!

Should Liverpool let Alonso go?

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

We don't need Gareth Barry

After a three months survey on whether Liverpool Football Club really need the service of Aston Villa's captain, Gareth Barry? The answer are simple, 'NO'. The poll received 114 votes, 51 people voted for 'NO' (45%), while 31 people voted for 'YES' (27%) and 32 voters are unsure.

Why would Rafa need to sell a world class midfielder and settle for an average, seasoned Premier League player in Gareth Barry?

It's really doesn't make sense at all. Xabi Alonso has recovered much of his form, if he stays fit, Alonso is much better player than Barry.

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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Poll closed

Robbie Keane is a Reds. A total of 180 people has voted on it and 29% (53 votes) for Robbie Keane to become a Liverpool player.

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Friday, August 24, 2007

Poll closed

This poll is closed. New season just started. We hope to see one or two more new players coming to Anfield before the transfer deadline on 31st August 2007.

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Sunday, July 1, 2007

New polls

There are two new polls here. What's new about dPolls's poll is that you can have multiple choices of votes instead of the conventional single vote. So, cast your votes based on your most desired criteria now! You might not want to vote for Darren Bent (in Who's coming in?) anymore cos he already join Spurs and Diego Forlan too as he was set to sign for Atletico Madrid after the Copa America.

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Sunday, June 24, 2007

Poll closed

Due to overwhelming votes for Thierry Henry 35/59 (59%), I've decided to close this poll as news on Henry moving to Spanish giant Barcelona has been confirmed by the player himself. A new poll will be setup shortly here. Stay tune for more updates!

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