Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has vowed to work harder after winning the Football

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has vowed to work harder after winning the Football Writer Association’s Player of the Year. The England international was an influential figure for the Reds in the centre of the park as they won their maiden Premier League in record fashion with seven matches to spare.

Henderson prepared to work harder after winning FWA Player of the Year award

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has vowed to work harder after winning the Football Writer Association’s Player of the Year. The England international was an influential figure for the Reds in the centre of the park as they won their maiden Premier League in record fashion with seven matches to spare.

Adrian responds to speculation about La Liga move

Adrian denies the speculations that he will be moving to La Liga andsaid that he is happy being at Liverpool. With the summer transfer window nearing there have been doubts the Spaniard will be moving on to the Spanish league. Adrian was signed to Liverpool as the backup goalkeeper for Alisson. Previous second goalkeeper SimonMignolet was transferred to Club Brugge in August.

Alex Bruce believes Adam Lallana can play for a top-10 Premier League club

Football Insider pundit Alex Bruce believes Adam Lallana can easily find himself a new Premier League club this summer. The England international is expected to leave Liverpool when his contract expires at the end of the season and he has already been linked with a number of top sides including Leicester City.

Klopp fancies Sadio Mane to match Mohamed Salah’s scoring feat

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes Sadio Mane has the opportunity to match Mohamed Salah’s recent scoring record with the Reds. The Egypt international recently became the second Reds player after Michael Owen to score 20 goals for three seasons on the spin and Klopp has fancied Mane to replicate the feat next term.

Fonseca pleased with commanding win over Istanbul Basaksehir

AS Roma head coach Paulo Fonseca has expressed his pleasure after the Giallorossi registered a comfortable win over Istanbul Basaksehir on the road. The Giallorossi had found themselves trailing the Turkish outfit by two points for the second spot in their Europa League group but they managed to leapfrog with a 3-0 triumph.


Speaking after the game, Fonseca was undoubtedly delighted with the response from his players as they were in complete control of a crucial group stage clash against Basaksehir, he told reporters: "This victory is the result of a great attitude of my players. All the players did well. It was team effort. The team was compact and aggressive.”

Neville says Manchester City have may already conceded the title

Manchester United legend Gary Neville has said that Manchester City may have conceded the Premier League title to Liverpool after falling eight points behind the Merseyside giants. The Citizens edged the Reds to the English crown by just one point last term but that ensured that they secured a second league title on the bounce.

Martin Skrtel makes the move to Atalanta in the Serie A

Slovakian footballer Martin Skrtel has ended the speculation regarding his future by making the move to Italian side Atalanta. The experienced centre-back was out of contract following the release from Fenerbahce and he was linked with numerous clubs including Rangers, who are managed by former Liverpool teammate Steven Gerrard.

Martin Skrtel suggests Rangers want to secure his signature

Slovakian footballer Martin Skrtel has revealed that Rangers are one of the clubs in the running to land his signature this summer. The 34-year-old is a free-agent after his release from Fenerbahce but he is not in any hurry to choose his next club.

Speaking to reporters, Skrtel said that he has some criteria for the next challenge in mind and his representative is responsible for the negotiations with the interested parties, he told: “There are offers but I’m not in a hurry to choose my new team. I have some criteria and I have to be patient. My agent made interviews with Basaksehir, Fenerbahce, Parma, Olympiacos, and Glasgow Rangers. But I can’t say anything more for now.”

Gary Lineker speaks about Liverpool’s season after Manchester derby

Sky Sports pundit Gary Lineker has applauded the efforts of Liverpool over the course of the campaign while saying that Manchester City have made an ‘enormous’ achievement to stay ahead of the Merseyside giants. The Citizens recently jumped to the top of the table with a one-point lead over Jurgen Klopp’s side after they got the better of Manchester United in the derby.

Shortly after the game, Lineker was appreciative of the achievements of both teams during the league campaign and insisted that the Citizens have been sensational to stay ahead of the Reds, he tweeted: “Manchester City are a sensational side. The fact that Liverpool are only one point adrift of them is a huge achievement. Liverpool are an outstanding side. The fact that Manchester City are one point ahead of them is an enormous achievement. What a season.”

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