• 18-year-old defender scheduled to undergo medical on Friday • Deal will be Liverpool’s fourth of the summer after Milner, Ings and BogdanLiverpool hope to finalise a deal for the Charlton teenager Joe Gomez later this week with the 18-year-old scheduled to undergo a medical on Friday.It is understood that Liverpool have triggered a £3.5m release clause in the England Under-19 international defender’s contract, and he will now meet club officials on Merseyside. Related: Ings and Milner look a better fit for Liverpool than the 2014 vintage Continue reading…
Charlton’s 18-year-old defender Joe Gomez is expected to seal a move to Liverpool by Friday. Gomez was also the subject of interest from Arsenal and Manchester City.
ASTON VILLA chief executive Tom Fox has expressed confidence they can hold onto Christian Benteke should the player’s £32.5million release clause not be met.
Work continues apace on new Main Stand development that will take capacity up to 54,000
Essential work on the redevelopment of Anfield has continued at pace since the end of the season and our latest batch of exclusive official images and time-lapse footage show the assembly of the first piece of the Main Stand’s new truss.
ECHO – Liverpool FC chairman sends prayers to woman hit in face with broken bat during Boston Red Sox baseball game
Freak incident happened at Fenway Park on Friday night, with the fan rushed to hospital with serious facial injuries
Liverpool FC was among the 22 European Cup-winning clubs to be honoured with a commemorative plaque by UEFA at a presentation in Berlin on Friday evening.
Philippe Coutinho’s long-range blast at Southampton in February earned runner-up spot in the Barclays Premier League’s 2014-15 Goal Cup on Friday.
‘One Night in Istanbul’ writer Nicky Allt will be in attendance at Liverpool FC’s official Dublin store on Friday to sign copies of the hit DVD movie for fans.
GUARDIAN – Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri reflects on Heysel stadium disaster, and says ‘football has to get better’ – video
Speaking on Friday on the 30th anniversary of the Heysel stadium disaster in which 39 fans were killed during a clash between Liverpool and Juventus when a wall collapsed, Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri says it was a ‘black page’ in football history. He calls for all involved in the sport to ‘get better’ at fostering a peaceful environment during matches Continue reading…