AFC Bournemouth
12:00 PM UTC
Game Details

Sturridge, Moreno leave Liverpool; Shaqiri stays

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol fails to see a positive outcome should Jurgen Klopp decide to take a sabbatical at the end of his Liverpool contract in 2022.
Steve Nicol expresses his gratitude to Divock Origi for his Champions League impact this season, but doesn't believe his future is with Liverpool.
Craig Burley rates the latest transfer rumours, including Tottenham's summer plans, Man United's right-back search and Mohamed Salah's future.
After Liverpool's first UCL title since 2005, the FC crew discuss their silverware prospects going forward with a number of players in their prime.
Shaka Hislop explains how Alisson's presence in goal and saves in key moments have been an invaluable asset for Liverpool this season.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp thanked both Daniel Sturridge and Alberto Moreno ahead of their departures from Anfield on free transfers after their contracts expired.

Sturridge joined the club from Chelsea in January 2013 and scored 105 goals in 306 appearances in all competitions, while Moreno arrived from Sevilla in 2014, playing 141 games and finding the back of the net on three occasions.

- When does the transfer window close?

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp thanked the pair, describing...

Klopp: Liverpool's Alexander-Arnold, Shaqiri training but no timeframe

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said Trent Alexander-Arnold and Xherdan Shaqiri are training with the first team again but did not give a timeframe on their return to action. 

The return of the two players comes days after Klopp also said defender Joe Gomez is training following his lower left leg fracture suffered in December.

"Yesterday they were all in training, for all three pretty much the first full session, so we have to see how they react," Klopp said at a news conference on Friday. 


Firmino, Fernandinho injuries force Liverpool, Man City to make tweaks in midst of title race

During Manchester United and Liverpool's dull, goalless draw on Sunday afternoon, it was unquestionably Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side who were affected more damagingly by injuries, with three players limping off before half-time. In comparison, Liverpool lost only Roberto Firmino, who was seen departing Old Trafford on crutches.

In a wider context, though, it's the Firmino injury that carries more weight. The 0-0 draw might have been a disappointing result for Liverpool, but it took them to the top...

Liverpool have no chance vs. Bayern if they look ahead to United clash - Klopp

LIVERPOOL, England -- Jurgen Klopp has said Liverpool "don't have a chance" against Bayern Munich on Tuesday if they allow themselves to look ahead to Sunday's clash with Manchester United.

Liverpool host Bundesliga champions Bayern in the first leg of their Champions League round of 16 tie, with a trip to Old Trafford that could have significant implications on the Premier League title race then awaiting them.

"Game by game, you cannot think about it in a different way," the manager told a news...

Xherdan Shaqiri represents everything that Liverpool have got right

Liverpool's convoluted move for Nabil Fekir, and its eventual collapse last summer, seemed to whip the fans into a frenzy, so much so that when the club turned its attention away from the Lyon forward, their "Plan B" might have been considered a touch underwhelming. Yet while there are many contenders for Liverpool's Player of the Season award so far -- from Virgil van Dijk to Andrew Robertson and even James Milner -- right among them is Xherdan Shaqiri.

Shaqiri's two goals against Manchester...

Premier League clubs' good, bad and ugly transfers of 2018 -- and what to expect in January

The guys respond to your tweets about Craig Burley's coal, Christmas ideas for Steve Nicol, Julien Laurens' resemblance to Kevin Kratz and more.

The transfer window opens on January 1 and offers football clubs everywhere a little retail therapy. Though many teams in the Premier League might be panic-buying, instead.

Everyone is looking for the same thing, too: players who can turn contenders into champions and save doomed teams from sinking without trace. No pressure, then. Finding them in the crowded and chaotic January market is quite another thing, too, because by this stage of the season, you are probably getting someone another...