Despite being one of the biggest spenders in the Premier League for previous and this season – the kop appears to be struggling on all fronts of football. They have have won three, drawn two and lost two matches in the Premier League and are currently lying seventh on the BPL log.
We take a swipe on the latest making the rounds for the Anfield giants as per the Mirror and other media outlets.
Origi moving on loan
The 20-year-old Belgian joined the Kop last summer in a £10 million deal but was immediately loaned back to his former club Lille for the 2014-15 season. However, he has teamed up with Liverpool this term but the Daily star is reporting that the player will be shipped out on loan to gain more exposure and first team football.
Various reports in Italy claim Norwich , Bordeaux and Stuttgart are all eyeing a move for the prospective lethal forward. Origi has featured only once for the Kopp this season and he came on from bench when they were trashed by United. With the resurgence of Sturridge from injury, there is absolutely no place for Origi.
Klopp wants Premier League job
With the Bosses of Liverpool devided over Brendan Rodgers, Jurgen Klopp is reportedly ready for a new managerial experience specifically in the Premier League, this is according to Adrian Kajumba (via MirrorFootball).
Brendan Rodgers has come under heavy criticism and scrutiny following in his activeness in the transfer market which has failed to result to any form success. Liverpool had to settle for penalties in other to edge past League Two mid-tablers Carlisle United in the Capital One cup.
The former Borrussia Dortmund boss has been out of job since he left the Bundesliga giants in May and SkySport is reporting that he is ready to move to England. Klopp is a manager with a higher pedrigree than Rodger.
Balotelli’s agent refuses to comment on Milan Stay
Mino Raiola has been mute over a possible return for Balotelli to Liverpool – Balotelli has been impressive for Milan this term with the former Manchester City forward netting one goal in three for appearances for AC Milan.
When his agent was asked if Balotelli will remain in Milan beyond this season, Raiola said:
“The transfer market isn’t open now, so that’s not a concern.”
All through his stay with the Kop, Balotelli scored just once and was he was heavily criticised for his unimpressive show-offs.
Murphy blames transfer policy for Rodgers struggle
Liverpool legend Danny Murphy has slammed their transfer policy and attributed Brendan Rodgers failings to the transfer policy – last season, Liverpool acquired nine player and they continued in similar stead this season with the purchase of six other players.
He told talkSPORT: “I’ve harped on about the recruitment at Liverpool, and it’s killed Brendan at times, really. I think he’s taken the backlash for the owners and the transfer committee.
“Yes, he has a say, I’m sure he has an influence with certain players, but I’m sure there are other times where he’s told, ‘no you can’t have him’.”
It is understood that Carlo Ancelotti and Jurgen Klopp are being lined up as possible replacements for Rodgers.