Liverpool fans must have hatred for Barcelona about how they normally get away with signing most of their best players from Anfield; not minding to even break the banks.
Liverpool sold Suarez for £75 million then the Catalan giants came knocking for Coutinho has they splashed £142 million on him.
Barcelona have come again but do I think the fans will be worried? Well, I don’t think so because they are in for the Spanish left-back who is yet to kick the ball with the Reds this season.
After keeping tabs on Arsenal’s Nacho Monreal and Atletico Madrid’s Filipe Luiz, Barca finally added Liverpool’s Alberto Moreno since Lucas Digne departed to Everton during the summer transfer.
Barca are ahead of rivals Real Madrid in the league table, after grabbing 3 straight wins in 3 but are still in search of a left back.
The Spanish player has shown how much of an attacking minded player he is but made several mistakes that cost Jurgen Klopp to drop points.
Moreno has however scored 3 goals and made 11 assist since 2015 but he could be a good replacement for Jordi alba as both players are really fast with the ball.
Liverpool fans may be overwhelmed by this movement but would now accept letting him go.
Should Liverpool allow him it will be the third player bought from Anfield in 4 years.
Do you think Moreno should stay or leave?
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What Giroud said about Morata
Chelsea fancied most of their chances after getting 100% victory in the Premier League. Before the start of the season, plaudits wouldn’t put their money on Chelsea taking the lead in the first five matches of the English Premier League but as it stands it is evident that the Blues are pacified with their journey so far.
Most of the success so far has been centred on Hazards performance who helped his team with a 4:1 win against Cardiff City when he stole the show with his first hat-trick of the season. Meanwhile, Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud have been rotated in the No.9 role by club manager Maurizio Sarri who noted that he would use them depending on the nature of the game.
When it comes to goal scoring form, Morata has an edge but in terms of contributing and completing cohesion among the team, Giroud is crux.
The World Cup winner has however seen it as a competition between the £60 million player.
“It has always been a fair competition between us, and we will both try to step up to help the team reach our target,”
Giroud believes that the competition will be of utmost importance to the team which perhaps has brought them to this level.
He sees it as what is taking him to a different height of his game.
Chelsea will face PAOK on Thursday and it is now likely that Morata will start ahead of the former Arsenal player.
PSG suffered their first defeat but how Salah reacted in Firmino’s goal
Liverpool extended their 100% record with 3:2 victory against Paris Saint-Germain at the last minutes of the game with Firmino showing why he was trusted to come in by his boss.
The victory showed their resilience and character irrespective of their performance making them unbeaten in 6 matches.
The game was up to expectation even though Neymar was out-marked by Liverpool players.
The new superstar on the block, Mbappe got a goal towards the end of the second half but Liverpool’s remarkable No.9 Roberto Firmino made his mark after coming in for Daniel Sturridge.
The first goal came in through Sturridge’s sublime header, before James Milner extended the lead with a penalty.
PSG responded quickly through right-back Muneir but in the second half, there were few more goals to celebrate.
The second half was a little bit on a knife edge until Salah missed his untimely pass to Julian Draxler who connected Neymar to Mbappe who was never going to miss from that position.
Salah was remorseful while he was replaced by Xherdan Shaqiri and in the cause of additional time, Firmino increased the cacophony on the pitch with a fascinating goal but the Egyptian forward was seen when he through is can on the flow: it is left be known if he reacted because he was removed or he was invariably celebrating in disguise.
All Liverpool players were awesome including Mane to be precise who though wasn’t on the score sheet but his bags of energy and creativity was fantastic.
Arsenal news : How Arsenal will lineup with Eric Bailly
Manchester United defender Eric Bailly is linked with a move to the Emirates stadium in January as he presently seeks for a club where game-time would be guaranteed.
The Ivorian star is reportedly furious with Mourinho for making him sit on the bench in three consecutive matches and he’s considering moving out of Old Trafford as soon as the winter transfer window begins.
Tottenham and Arsenal are reportedly keen on his signature as both clubs want to bolster their respective defensive units in the second half of the season.
Should Unai Emery beat Pochettino to the player’s signature, how will he integrate the player into his starting lineup?
Having signed two defenders during the summer window, Emery is spoilt for choice at the back of the pitch. It might be very difficult for Bailly to break into the manager’s lineup anytime soon.
However, Bailly will surely add more quality to Arsenal backline if deployed as a centre-back.
Summer signing Sokratis, who joined the team from Borussia Dortmund, and Shkodran Mustafi currently occupy the centre-back positions, however, Mustafi’s injury crises might just be all that the Ivorian needs to win a place in Emery’s starting lineup.
Laurent Koscielny, who is currently out injured, is another player whom Bailly could need to overcome in his mission to become a regular first-team player at the Emirates Stadium.
However, with the Frenchman’s age and recurring injuries, Bailly could be tipped as a potential replacement for the 32-year-old defender on the long run.
This Arsenal player must start scoring from all angles to justify his price tag
Arsenal record signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang signed by Arsene Wenger during the previous winter market to score goals for the club as he chased after the top-four finish.
Despite joining the team in the second half of last season, the Gabonese striker found the back of the net in 12 occasions, before the end of the season, to become Arsenal’s most prolific winter signing.
Many expect the club’s most expensive player to start the campaign from where he stopped, but he’s yet to hit his goalscoring form.
After five matches, the Gabonese star has scored just a goal and his overall performance has left so much to desire.
Aubameyang reacted angrily after being subbed out in the 68th minute against Newcastle.
His Substitution is a signal that he could be dropped from the starting lineup by Unai Emery any time soon, should he fail to regain his confidence and start scoring.
Though Lacazette hasn’t faired any better, the Frenchman still track back to help the team while defending and his all-around style of play is more impressing than his Gabonese teammate.
Having cost the Gunners a whopping £55m, Auba must start scoring goals at all cylinder to help the team in their desire to win a silverware by the end of this season.
Arsenal battle Volskar on Thursday, hoping to kick off their Europa League campaign on winning.
This game against the ‘minnow’ provides Aubameyang the chance to redeem himself by scoring, at least, a goal.
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