Here is your Liverpool summary for Wednesday, May 11.
Haaland’s signing is not the end
Man City failed to sign Harry Kane last summer but this year it looks like they have their man.
Pep Guardiola’s side are close to agreeing a deal with Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland. The Norwegian has been in high demand for several seasons with clubs across Europe lining up for his signature, with the Premier League side eventually winning.
With the Citizens adding Haaland to their ranks, football fans and the media believe City will be unstoppable given the level at which they have played this season without a recognized striker in their ranks. However, they still managed 89 goals in the league alone.
Haaland’s signing may signal a throwback to the days when City could rely on a striker to find the back of the net 20 times in the league, but there is no guarantee he will move to England and his signing is unlikely to put end to Liverpool’s chances of national silverware next season. or beyond.
Read Andrew Beasley’s full story here.
Mane wanted in Spain
Liverpool are said to be ‘close’ to agreeing a deal for Aberdeen right-back Calvin Ramsay, in a deal that could reach £6million with add-ons included.
The report adds that the Scottish Premiership side are “resigned” to losing their young star, who is also being chased by Leeds United and several other teams in England and Italy. Leeds United attempted to sign the Scot in the January transfer window but their efforts fell through.
Ramsay would offer a possible rotation option for Trent Alexander-Arnold and could spell the end of Neco Williams’ time at the club, despite printing positively while on loan at Fulham.
Read the full Tom Cavilla story here.