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  1. Liverpool Offer Contract To Left Back Sead Kolašinac

    Liverpool are believed to have offered a contract to Schalke’s Bosnian left-back Sead Kolašinac according to a report in German publication Bild.

    Kolašinac’s contract expires in the summer and he is currently one of the most in demand free agents to become available.

    Among the suitors for the Bosnian’s signature are five other clubs, Manchester City, Arsenal, AC Milan, Juventus and Roma meaning Jurgen Klopp will most likely have a fight on his hands to secure the highly sought after defender.

    The 23 year old would bring a wealth of experience to the Liverpool defence having already played five seasons for Schalke’s first team.

    Kolašinac would most likely slot right into Jurgen Klopp’s back line as midfielder James Milner has been offering cover in that position for the season due to the inadequacies of our left back, Alberto Moreno.

    Milner has done a stellar job and has been the ultimate professional after being asked to take up the unfamiliar role.

    Competition from the other teams mentioned would make it difficult to secure Kolašinac’s signature but if we secure Champions League football, we would significantly improve our chances of signing him as we would also be able to offer first team football.

    Kolašinac is primarily a left back but can also play on the centre of defence as well as on the left side of midfield.

    He has made 30 appearances for Schalke this season in all competitions scoring three goals and providing seven assists.


  2. Classy Milner Speaks About His Role Under Klopp

    James Milner has yet again shown his class by speaking out about his role in Jurgen Klopp’s team.

    The 30 year old who has played the majority of games at left back for the reds this season spoke to the Liverpool Echo.

    “It is down to me to make sure Liverpool don’t buy a left back.”

    “Klopp doesn’t owe me anything. I am a Liverpool player, he is the manager, he picks the best team to win and it is my job to make sure that what is best for Liverpool is me.”

    “You read a lot about players not being honourable and loyal, but clubs are not loyal to players either. But we know what business it is.”

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    ”A left back for Jurgen Klopp is going to be playing a lot different to a left back for another manager.”

    “I would find it harder playing left back for another manager in another system because Jurgen likes his full backs to play, he wants his teams to be fluid.”

    “There are going to be times when I will end up in centre midfield and centre midfield will be covering me.”

    Milner has been like a breath of fresh air sonce signing for Liverpool lasy year and has established himself as one of the first names on Jurgen Klopp’s team sheet.

    He has been one of our most consistent players since signing from Manchester City on a free transfer and has been the consumate professional throughout.

    Daniel Sturridge and Mamadou Sakho could learn a thing or two from James Milner.