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According to The Athletic, Mohamed Salah’s contract was linked to money, respect and acceptance, while Liverpool are rumored to be planning to sign Barcelona midfielder Gavi for £ 41.8m.
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Liverpool U23 semi-finalists announced
Liverpool’s Under-23 semi-final clash with Blackpool is set to take place in the Lancashire FA Cup.
The Reds beat Preston North Andy in the previous round to reach the semifinals.
The concert will take place on Monday, April 11 at Kirkby Academy.

Liverpool U23 head coach Barry Lutas.

Gary Lineker makes ‘extraordinary’ statement about Louis Diaz after Brighton show
Luis Diaz has once again been praised for his Liverpool performances over the weekend.
When the Reds beat Brighton 2-0, Colombia scored and bravely outscored Brighton goalkeeper Robert Sanchez.
Diaz, who has now scored twice in five Premier League appearances, confirms why Jurgen Klopp’s side were right to jump in front of Tottenham Hotspur to complete their transfer in January.
Gary Lineker applauded the 25-year-old for his quick acquittal of a former Porto winger in the Premier League during the Game of the Day.

BBC analyst Gary Lineker

Barcelona are planning to sign Mohamed Salah
Barcelona are reportedly planning to sign Liverpool star Mohamed Salah.
According to the Spanish news agency AS, Barca coach Xavi intends to sign Salah at the end of the season.
According to reports, Barcelona would prefer to sign Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Kingdom this summer.
However, if Barca fail to take the King, they will take Salah.
This summer, Barcelona have announced that they will offer £ 50-58 million for Salah.

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah

Garth Crooks acknowledged Diaz and Matip and made an “inexplicable” decision
Garth Crooks has named two Liverpool players for the best team of the week.
The Reds won 2-0 at Brighton last weekend thanks to goals from Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah.

With a win at Amex Stadium, Liverpool are three points adrift of league leaders Manchester City.
Crooks also went 11 goals a week with Diaz.
However, he acknowledged that Columbus was fortunate not to injure the man after Brighton goalkeeper Robert Sanchez made a fuss during the opening goal.

Dermot Gallagher explains why Sanchez did not receive a red card for Luis Diaz’s test
Former Premier League referee Dermot Gallagher explains why Robert Sanchez did not receive a red card for testing Luis Diaz.
Liverpool beat Brighton 2-0 last weekend on a Diaz goal and a Mohamed Salah penalty.
After a long-range pass from Joel Matip for Diaz’s goal, the Colombian international hit Brighton defender Sanchez to give Liverpool the lead.
But after Diaz made contact with the ball, Sanchez lifted his leg and collided with the Liverpool striker.
Many analysts later ruled that the Spain international should receive a red card, but referee Mike Dean did not give him a yellow card.
VAR referee Stuart Atwell also did not instruct Dind Sanchez to go to the sidelines for field checks to see if his test was justified.
Speaking to Sky Sports News with former Reds defender Stephen Warnock, Gallagher explained why he thought Dean decided not to go on the monitor to monitor Sanchez’s challenge.

Liverpool’s Luis Diaz headed the ball into the net, scoring the first goal and colliding with Brighton goalkeeper Robert Sanchez.

Liverpool are close to signing a Celtic man
Liverpool are reportedly close to signing young Celtic striker Ben Doak.
According to The Athletic, the Reds are close to signing a 16-year-old talented winger.
Doak has yet to sign a contract, so Celtic would have to pay a small fee to bring him to Liverpool.
Doakie’s decision to move to Merseyside was largely influenced by the opportunity to work with Jürgen Klopp, the report said.
Other European clubs have expressed interest in Doakie, but the youngster appears to have opted for Liverpool.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp trains at the AXA training ground

Liverpool are interested in signing Alexandre Isaac
Liverpool are interested in signing Real Sociedad striker Alexander Isaac.
According to the Sunday Mirror, Liverpool are one of many Premier League clubs planning to sign Isaac this summer.
According to the report, Arsenal and Manchester United have also joined the Reds and have expressed an interest in Isaac’s services.
The report also mentioned a fee of around £ 75 million.
Liverpool have also expressed an interest in signing Isaac, who is said to be interested in signing only a club that plays in the Champions League.

Real Sociedad’s Alexander Isaac reacts during a La Liga match between Santander’s CA

Osasuna and Real Sociedad at the El Sadar Stadium.
Arsene Wenger sends Mohamed Salah deal to FSG
Arsene Wenger has revealed why he has agreed a new deal with Mohamed Salah for Liverpool.
Salah has played for the Reds again this season, scoring 28 goals in all competitions, including 20 in the Premier League.
However, in recent days, the Egyptian man and his representatives have rejected the new conditions at Liverpool.
Salah’s current contract expires in 2023, and there have been various suggestions as to how much he wants to increase his salary after an impressive five years at Anfield, but both the player and the club remain adamant.
Speaking about the situation, Wenger outlined the things to consider before signing a new contract.
Former Arsenal boss Salah has compared the Liverpool striker to Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has spoken about the status of Mohamed Salah’s contract at Liverpool.

Liverpool will face additional competition for Yori Tilemans
Liverpool have been hit hard by Leicester City star Yori Tilemans.
According to the Spanish news agency Fichajes, Real Madrid have joined the race to sign the Fox midfielder due to Liverpool’s interest.

The Reds are often said to be interested in Thielmans because of the controversy surrounding his contract at King Power Stadium.
Tielemans’ current contract expires in 2023, and the latest speculation is that he does not want to sign an extension.
Manchester City are also interested in Tielemans, who are valued at £ 37-42 million, which is enough for Leicester to do business.

Yuri Tilemans of Leicester City

Mo Salah sent a direct message about the Liverpool title ahead of an important match for Manchester City
Mohamed Salah has released a message following his last goal for Liverpool and at a time when the club’s future is uncertain.
The Reds striker has been in the news since last summer due to his excellent form on the pitch or his off-field conditions.
Salah scored his 20th Premier League goal of the season in a win over Brighton and Howe Albion last weekend, his 28th in all competitions.
Jürgen Klopp traveled to the South Coast less than 24 hours after discussing a new deal with the star striker.
Shortly after the Liverpool manager’s remarks, Salah’s agent Rami Abbas Issa responded by posting several funny emojis on Twitter.
Following this, it was reported that the Egyptian leader and his representatives rejected the proposal of the Reds.

But it was a matter for Salah, who won on penalties in Brighton on Saturday. Not before, but a “rating” will be needed if it comes out with an injury that Klopp admits.
But the 29-year-old spoke on Instagram on Sunday night.

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has scored in the Premier League between Brighton and Hove Albion and Liverpool.

Liverpool “ready” to activate the payment of 41.8 million pounds
Liverpool are reportedly “waiting” for an offer for young Barcelona player Gavi.
According to the Spanish news agency Mundo Deportivo (via Paisley Gates), Liverpool are “waiting” for a decision on his future after Gavi expressed his interest in signing.
Gavi’s contract with Barca expires in 2023, and the Spanish club are planning a new deal with the youngster.
In the report, Liverpool expressed their interest in Gavi, but the player’s main goal is to stay in Barcelona.
However, Liverpool are aware that they will be able to sign Gavi for £ 41.8million, including his release fee, before he rises to £ 83.6million on 30 June.

Barcelona club Gavi Paez

Liverpool must “decide” on the future of Mohamed Salah
If the player’s contract is not resolved soon, Liverpool have said they may consider selling Mohamed Salah.
According to Athletic, the misunderstanding between the two sides stems from “money, respect and recognition” that they believe should be taken away.
According to the report, Liverpool and FSB want to sign Salah to a new contract, but it does not matter at any cost.
If a deal is not reached by the end of the season, Liverpool will have to consider the offer of the £ 100million player or face a risk of losing him for free in 2023.

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah scored his second goal from the penalty spot

Mikel Arteta has claimed a “different level” ahead of Arsenal’s main game against Liverpool.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has issued a warning to Liverpool ahead of Wednesday night’s Premier League game in the Emirates.
The Gunners, who beat Leicester City 2-0 on Sunday night, are in the top four, beating Manchester United.
They have won five of their last five league games and are in good form for an important game against Jürgen Klopp.
Arteta says if his side are upset about the title race, they will have to “believe they can beat Liverpool”.

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