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Gareth Southgate making Trent Alexander-Arnold suffer and Liverpool have to deal with consequences

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 12:40
Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold is unfairly being scapegoated after another dreary performance from England at the European Championships
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Gareth Southgate making Trent Alexander-Arnold suffer and Liverpool have to deal with consequences

icLiverpool.co.uk - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 12:40
Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold is unfairly being scapegoated after another dreary performance from England at the European Championships
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‘Babysitting' - Roy Keane sends Arne Slot message about Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 12:33
Keane has not been impressed with Liverpool talent Alexander-Arnold during his two matches for England at Euro 2024.
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‘Babysitting' - Roy Keane sends Arne Slot message about Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold

icLiverpool.co.uk - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 12:33
Keane has not been impressed with Liverpool talent Alexander-Arnold during his two matches for England at Euro 2024.
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Liverpool sources now insist signing a centre-back is “not an immediate priority”

ThisIsAnfield.com - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 12:06

Despite links with a number of centre-backs including Lille youngster Leny Yoro, sources at Liverpool insist signing a defender is “not an immediate priority.”

That is according to the Liverpool Echo‘s Ian Doyle, who claims that following talks between Arne Slot and Richard Hughes, there is a belief in the current options.

The club’s new head coach and sporting director will be working collaboratively when it comes to transfers, and Slot’s first interview revealed ongoing conversations.

Doyle reports that “the Reds believe they have sufficient options across a wide age range despite the loss of Joel Matip on a free transfer.”

Those options are Virgil van Dijk, who will turn 33 next month, Ibrahima Konate, 25, Jarell Quansah, 21, and Joe Gomez, 27.

2X5BNX5 LILLE - Leny Yoro of Lille OSC during the French Ligue 1 match between Lille OSC and Olympique Lyonnais at Pierre-Mauroy Stadium on May 6, 2023 in Lille, France. ANP | Hollandse Hoogte | Gerrit van Keulen

2X5BNX5 LILLE - Leny Yoro of Lille OSC during the French Ligue 1 match between Lille OSC and Olympique Lyonnais at Pierre-Mauroy Stadium on May 6, 2023 in Lille, France. ANP | Hollandse Hoogte | Gerrit van Keulen

Interest in Yoro, 18, is described as “separate to Liverpool’s expected transfer business this summer,” with the teenager’s availability viewed as an opportunity too big to pass up.

Liverpool are only seen as on “standby” for any deal for Yoro either way, with Real Madrid currently favourites to sign the Frenchman.

It is claimed that Slot, Hughes and the club’s recruitment staff “believe other areas of the squad require more immediate reinforcement.”

This is despite Van Dijk entering the final year of his contract this summer, Konate having yet to start more than 29 games in any of his three seasons at the club and Gomez’s game time largely being spent at full-back.

 Liverpool's Lewis Koumas (L) celebrates with team-mate Amara Nallo after scoring the opening goal during the Premier League 2 Quarter-Final Play-Off match between Tottenham Hotspur FC Under-21's and Liverpool FC Under-21's at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The game ended 3-3 after extra-time, Tottenham won 5-4 on penalties. (Photo by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 Liverpool's Lewis Koumas (L) celebrates with team-mate Amara Nallo after scoring the opening goal during the Premier League 2 Quarter-Final Play-Off match between Tottenham Hotspur FC Under-21's and Liverpool FC Under-21's at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The game ended 3-3 after extra-time, Tottenham won 5-4 on penalties. (Photo by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Quansah is a shining example of Liverpool’s productive academy, of course, and Slot could turn to his youth ranks again to bolster the defence with Amara Nallo and Carter Pinnington, both 17, candidates.

But the suggestion that signing a new centre-back is not an “immediate priority” is questionable, and in this respect should be taken with a pinch of salt.

The departure of Matip was covered by the emergence of Quansah, but failing to replace the No. 32 would still leave Slot short.

 Liverpool's Joël Matip during the FA Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers FC and Liverpool FC at Molineux Stadium. Liverpool won 3-1. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 Liverpool's Joël Matip during the FA Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers FC and Liverpool FC at Molineux Stadium. Liverpool won 3-1. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Realistically, it would seem as though, along with identifying a long-term successor to Mohamed Salah, addressing the lack of a top No. 6 and potentially replacing Caoimhin Kelleher, centre-back is a clear priority.

Marc Guehi, 23, and Riccardo Calafiori, 22, have both been linked, while Levi Colwill, 21, could also return to the radar.

Only time will tell, though, with much up in the air following Jurgen Klopp‘s handover to Slot and major change in the boardroom.

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Liverpool hold all the cards as Barcelona hope for Philippe Coutinho repeat transfer

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 11:22
Luis Diaz is being aggressively linked with a move to Barcelona - so how shall Liverpool handle the winger's future?
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Liverpool hold all the cards as Barcelona hope for Philippe Coutinho repeat transfer

icLiverpool.co.uk - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 11:22
Luis Diaz is being aggressively linked with a move to Barcelona - so how shall Liverpool handle the winger's future?
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Diogo Jota reveals message Jurgen Klopp sent after special ‘goal’ for Portugal

ThisIsAnfield.com - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 11:13

While Jurgen Klopp is no longer his manager, Diogo Jota has revealed a message he received from the German after a “special” goal ruled out for Portugal.

Jota thought he had headed Portugal to a late victory over the Czech Republic in their Euro 2024 opener on Tuesday, only to be ruled out for offside.

The 27-year-old grabbed the ball in celebration and tucked it under his shirt, sucking his thumb as he revealed the news that his partner, Rute Cardoso, is expecting their third child.

Though it was soon chalked off, Portugal went on to win the tie 2-1, with Jota congratulated by his former manager after the game.

Importantíssimo começar a ganhar ??
Obrigado a todos pelo apoio ??? pic.twitter.com/D2w9DC8PA0

— Diogo Jota (@DiogoJota18) June 19, 2024

Speaking in a press conference ahead of his nation’s clash with Turkiye this weekend, the Liverpool striker revealed that Klopp had contacted him following the win over Czechia.

“By chance he sent a message after the first game,” Jota told reporters, as relayed by O Jogo.

“He is a coach who doesn’t miss anything, he knows the moments when he should talk to the players.

“It was a word of support for my goal being disallowed and having a special meaning for me. But then we won the three points, that was the most important thing.”

Jota later announced via Instagram that the couple’s third child, a girl to join two boys, is due in November.

It speaks to Klopp’s quality as a manager that he thought to message Jota upon hearing the news of his wife’s pregnancy, with that no surprise given his track record.

He will clearly remain in contact with his former players, as he did those who left Liverpool, which shows that it was more than just a job for the 57-year-old.

Klopp has now begun life as a supporter himself, and returned to Germany for their opening clash of the Euros against Scotland last Friday.

Jota, meanwhile, could hope to start Portugal’s second game of Group F having impressed as a substitute, with opponents Turkiye level on points having beaten Georgia 3-1.

Diogo Jota, Portugal

Diogo Jota, Portugal

Manager Roberto Martinez fielded Rafael Leao and Bernardo Silva either side of Cristiano Ronaldo against Czechia, with there a lingering sense that the side would fare better without building around a 39-year-old.

Also in his press conference, Jota said: “I’ve worked since my last injury to be in the best physical shape possible.

“I feel good and capable of starting a game. I’m not going to say I can play 90 or 120, but I feel good physically.”

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Kylian Mbappe transfer could green light Liverpool move as 'perfect' signing drops hint

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 10:57
Liverpool could severely improve their attacking line this summer as Arne Slot looks to topple Man City and Arsenal in the Premier League
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Kylian Mbappe transfer could green light Liverpool move as 'perfect' signing drops hint

icLiverpool.co.uk - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 10:57
Liverpool could severely improve their attacking line this summer as Arne Slot looks to topple Man City and Arsenal in the Premier League
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Fans can’t believe Gareth Southgate’s admission on Trent Alexander-Arnold

ThisIsAnfield.com - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 10:55

England boss Gareth Southgate has pinned his side’s struggles on the absence of Kalvin Phillips, with fans baffled at his comments on Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Following England’s 1-1 draw with Denmark on Thursday evening, Southgate admitted that his use of Alexander-Arnold in midfield was an “experiment.”

“Look, he’s had some moments where he’s delivered what we thought he would,” he told BBC Sport, when asked if his use of the Liverpool right-back is working.

"We don't have a natural replacement for Kalvin Phillips." ?

Gareth Southgate says putting Trent Alexander-Arnold in midfield is an "experiment" as England search for answers in the middle of the park ???????#Euro2024 #DENENG pic.twitter.com/oS7yfPxCJu

— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) June 20, 2024

“We know it is an experiment, and we know that we don’t have a natural replacement for a Kalvin Phillips, but we’re trying some different things and at the moment, we’re not flowing as we’d like, that’s for sure.”

That would suggest that Alexander-Arnold, who was substituted – again – with only 53 minutes on the clock, could be dropped for the final group game against Slovenia.

It comes after he created more chances than any other England player (three) despite his reduced minutes, with the growing consensus being that Southgate should simply employ him in his natural position.

The manager’s claim that England are struggling to function without Phillips, who has played 1,262 minutes at club level in the past two seasons, left fans staggered.

Many were left questioning Southgate’s credentials…

Not a single drunken idiot across the entire nation turned to his mate at any point during that ninety minutes of hell and muttered the words “what we need is prime Kalvin Phillips back”

— Gianfranco Shola (@GianfrancoShoIa) June 20, 2024

Southgate’s comment about Kalvin Phillips is so very weird. Pick him then or, alternatively, perhaps don’t let it be known publicly that you think he’s done at 28 years old when the shambles we’ve just witnessed was nothing to do with him.

— Macca (@The_Paris_Angel) June 20, 2024

Today he couldn't get a tune out of probably the best crop of English talent for donkeys years and his priority is bemoaning the loss of Kalvin Phillips. God help us.

— Paul O Keefe (@pokeefe1) June 20, 2024

Can't think of a Southgate interview in which he's dropped a bigger bollock than mentioning Kalvin Phillips tonight. That type of thing reverberates around a dressing room. And when by far your greatest strength in a job has been your relationship with players… #England.

— Neil Farrington (@Neilfarrington) June 20, 2024

Genuinely don’t think Southgate is throwing Trent under the bus with that nonsensical Kalvin Phillips quote. He’s just so spinelessly shite and inept that he doesn’t know what to do with elite talent.

— Dan (@Dan23_92) June 20, 2024

Trent gets a lot of flak, but surely the gravest insult he's ever received is his own manager coming out and basically saying he's not as good as Kalvin Phillips

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) June 20, 2024

This is Southgate in a nutshell. The best passer in world football and he’s trying to turn him into Kalvin fucking Phillips whilst sitting deep and having everyone in front of him apart from Saka facing their own goal.

A chronic misuse of talent. Not just Trent either. https://t.co/3erYbcXkxX

— Biggies Malls 2.0 (@Biggies_MaIIs) June 20, 2024

And it wasn’t only Liverpool fans calling for Trent at right-back…

Trent was the scapegoat before a ball was even kicked this tournament. There were worse midfielders. He’d be Englands most creative player from right back yet they refuse to recognise that lol mad

— Ryan McLaughlin ?? (@RyanMcL2) June 20, 2024

England are the only country to have a supreme player with a unique skillset and use him as a scapegoat.

Play your best players in his best position – Trent at right-back.

— Lewis Bower (@LewisBower2021) June 20, 2024

It is criminal that Trent Alexander-Arnold, *THE* best right-back in the world, is being played in a suboptimal midfield role that forces him to have 360? vision and pass with his back to goal.

One of the *BIGGEST* cases of misprofiling that you'll see.

— NP (@__TheNearPost__) June 20, 2024

Think you’ll find that if you just play Trent in his best position (right back), he’ll be much more effective going forward. That’s where he’s influenced games from his entire career ????? pic.twitter.com/ICdQUroF2t

— Chloe bloxam (@ChloeBloxam) June 20, 2024

Trent is a world class attacking right-back, and that's more than enough. Can we stop pretending he's a midfielder. I don't even blame him for looking uncomfortable either.

— Steven (@StevenMcinerney) June 20, 2024

Feel sorry for Trent. He’s an unbelievable Right Back and he’s being hung out to dry by a Manager who’s out of his depth.

— GW (@gw850) June 20, 2024

England are stuck between being ‘underdogs’ and being ‘the best team’

Sub Walker – shift Trent to right back – get some natural width & play attacking football

Keeping Walker as a constant insurance policy & subbing one of your best creative players is so safe

— Nubaid Haroon (@RamboFYI) June 20, 2024

Obviously we all hope that Slot is more tactically able than Gareth Southgate & there are LOADS of mitigating factors, but I wonder if this tournament might make some people question their certainty that Trent should be moved into the middle. Best right-back in the world IMO.

— Adam Smith (@Adam_Smith_82) June 20, 2024

It is a bizarre situation that is all too common for England, with Southgate’s lack of pragmatism often holding them back when the solutions appear obvious.

While Alexander-Arnold’s creativity is clearly an outlet in midfield, there are seven seasons and eight trophies as evidence that his best position will almost certainly remain as a right-back.

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Liverpool confirm first Anfield game for Arne Slot as pre-season plans take shape

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 10:00
Liverpool will complete their warm-up programme with a home game against La Liga side Sevilla in August
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Liverpool confirm first Anfield game for Arne Slot as pre-season plans take shape

icLiverpool.co.uk - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 10:00
Liverpool will complete their warm-up programme with a home game against La Liga side Sevilla in August
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Alexis Mac Allister escapes injury after nasty collision – brave assist for Argentina

ThisIsAnfield.com - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 09:44

Argentina kicked off Copa America with a 2-0 victory over Canada, with Alexis Mac Allister fortunate to escape injury as he provided an assist.

Copa America began on Thursday night with the hosts not in action, with Argentina vs. Canada instead the opening game for a tournament held in the United States.

It saw Liverpool’s first of four players in action, with Mac Allister starting in midfield with Leandro Paredes and Rodrigo de Paul as Julian Alvarez and Angel Di Maria supported Lionel Messi in attack.

Argentina started the game sluggishly, forced to defend with a number of vital blocks as Canada’s left-hand side of Alphonso Davies and ex-Reds winger Liam Millar threatened.

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Mac Allister came closest to breaking the deadlock in the first half, ghosting into the box to meet De Paul’s cross only to see his header collected.

He then played a crucial role in the opener four minutes after the restart, racing onto Messi’s through ball and touching it across for Alvarez to sweep home.

In claiming the assist, though, the 25-year-old was brought down by a nasty challenge from Canada goalkeeper Maxime Crepeau, leaving him in pain on the turf as his team-mates celebrated.

Somehow, Canada goalkeeper Maxime Crepeau wasn't booked for this foul on Alexis Mac Allister ahead of Julian Alvarez's goal for Argentina. pic.twitter.com/sNn8CJI8RQ

— James Nalton (@JDNalton) June 21, 2024

Luckily, Mac Allister escaped injury and was able to play the full 90 minutes, with Crepeau perhaps fortunate the move ended in a goal conceded rather than a red card shown.

It remained a bitty game despite Argentina taking the lead, with Messi twice failing to convert with one-on-ones on the counter.

The clincher eventually came in the 88th minute, with Messi threading Lautaro Martinez through for a well-taken finish and a 2-0 win.

Argentina’s next game is against Chile on Tuesday night, before rounding off Group A against Peru late next Saturday.

 David Klein / Sportimage

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TyC Sports‘ Gaston Recondo rated Mac Allister’s performance a six out of 10, explaining that it “took him a long time to get into the game,” adding that “first he was showy and then effective.”

Hernan Claus of Ole gave him a seven out of 10, noting his “key participation” in the opener and praising him as “critical in passing.”

The Liverpool midfielder was heavily involved throughout, with Messi (12) the only player to contest more duels for Argentina than his 11 – of which he won six – while only goalkeeper Emi Martinez (eight) made more recoveries (seven).

Per FotMob, Mac Allister also created the third-most chances for Argentina, with two, and the joint-third most touches in the opposition’s box, with four.

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Former Liverpool FC star Stephen Warnock sets record straight after 'explicit close call' on air

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 09:06
The pundit appeared to narrowly avoid an explicit comment while commentating on Slovenia and Serbia's 1 - 1 draw
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Former Liverpool FC star Stephen Warnock sets record straight after 'explicit close call' on air

icLiverpool.co.uk - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 09:06
The pundit appeared to narrowly avoid an explicit comment while commentating on Slovenia and Serbia's 1 - 1 draw
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9 players to watch at Copa America 2024 – 2 ex-Liverpool & 7 transfer links

ThisIsAnfield.com - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 07:00

With the 2024 Copa America upon us, we have named nine non-Liverpool players that you should be watching at the tournament.

Four Liverpool players are taking part in this summer’s Copa America, held in the USA, and you can read all about them in our guide to the tournament here.

However, this list offers you an alternative list of names to keep an eye on as you aim to satisfy your footballing needs during the break from club football.

Dario Osorio – Chile

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Dario Osorio is one of the most exciting young wingers in South America, and he will line up for Chile following an impressive season with Danish champions Midtjylland.

The attacker is just 20 years old and has already been linked to Liverpool by the Chilean newspaper, La Tercera.

As a left-footed right winger, he fits the mould of a long-term Mo Salah replacement. Last season, he scored nine goals and provided two assists in 25 appearances.

Luis Suarez – Uruguay

 Uruguay's Darwin Núñez (R) and Luis Suárez during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group H match between Uruguay and South Korea at the Education City Stadium. The game ended in a goal-less draw. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 Uruguay's Darwin Núñez (R) and Luis Suárez during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group H match between Uruguay and South Korea at the Education City Stadium. The game ended in a goal-less draw. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Having been given the No. 9 shirt back by Darwin Nunez, Luis Suarez goes to the tournament as a popular figure in the Uruguay squad, but this doesn’t mean he will start.

Manager Marcelo Bielsa has selected the striker, despite him not featuring in any of the three warm-up friendlies for the tournament.

Even if the 37-year-old’s minutes are reduced this time around, he will do his very best to leave his mark on the competition in whatever time he has on the pitch.

Santiago Gimenez – Mexico

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Twenty-six goals in 41 appearances is bound to attract interest. The fact Santiago Gimenez did so under Arne Slot this season creates an obvious breeding ground for rumours.

At just 23 years old, the Feyenoord striker is left footed, already six feet tall and playing for Mexico.

Having started their most recent friendly, a 3-2 defeat against Brazil, Gimenez is expected to start their tournament opener on June 23 against Jamaica.

Piero Hincapie – Ecuador

 Ecuador's Piero Hincapié (R) and Qatar's Almoez Ali during the opening game of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group A Qatar against Ecuador at the Al Bayt Stadium. Ecuador won 2-0. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 Ecuador's Piero Hincapié (R) and Qatar's Almoez Ali during the opening game of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group A Qatar against Ecuador at the Al Bayt Stadium. Ecuador won 2-0. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Piero Hincapie has long been of interest to Liverpool, but with Xabi Alonso staying at his club, Bayer Leverkusen, rumours have begun to fade.

Liverpool could do far worse than sign the cultured, left-sided defender, who was a key figure in this season’s unbeaten Bundesliga campaign.

He reportedly would cost at least £43 million, though, and will likely play at left-back for Ecuador.

Willian Pacho – Ecuador

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The reason Hincapie will probably play at left-back is due to the presence of Willian Pacho, who should play as the left centre-back.

He has excelled for Frankfurt in recent years and has gained several plaudits this season, despite his team finishing sixth.

Repeatedly linked in the German press, speculation over the defender has “substance,” according to Merseyside journalist Neil Jones.

Pacho is particularly dominant on the ground and is strong in possession, which suggests he could settle in quickly to the system employed by Slot.

Ederson – Brazil

 Liverpool's Curtis Jones (L) is challenged by Atalanta's Éderson José dos Santos Lourenço da Silva during the UEFA Europa League Quarter-Final 1st Leg match between Liverpool FC and BC Atalanta at Anfield. Atalanta won 3-0. (Photo by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 Liverpool's Curtis Jones (L) is challenged by Atalanta's Éderson José dos Santos Lourenço da Silva during the UEFA Europa League Quarter-Final 1st Leg match between Liverpool FC and BC Atalanta at Anfield. Atalanta won 3-0. (Photo by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Ederson has been rumoured to be a Liverpool transfer target on multiple occasions already this summer. However, This Is Anfield understands he doesn’t feature highly on any shortlist.

Despite this, it is still worth keeping an eye on Ederson as he aims to help Brazil win and claim revenge on rivals Argentina, who beat them in the 2021 final at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.

Ederson isn’t expected to start for manager Dorival Junior, but could come off the bench and make an impact in a group containing Costa Rica, Paraguay and Colombia.

Liam Millar – Canada

 Former Liverpool youngster Canada's Liam Millar during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group F match between Belgium and Canada at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 Former Liverpool youngster Canada's Liam Millar during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group F match between Belgium and Canada at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Former Liverpool youngster Liam Millar will be at the tournament with Canada, who are in a group with Argentina.

The forward played just once for the first team, against Shrewsbury in 2020, before moving permanently to Basel in 2021. Last season, he enjoyed a year on loan at Preston in which he played 36 times.

He even made an appearance at the most recent World Cup, coming on for the last nine minutes in a 1-0 defeat to Belgium.

Jonathan David – Canada

 Jonathan David of LOSC Lille during the UEFA Europa League match between Lille OSC and Ajax at Stade Pierre Mauroy on Feb

 Jonathan David of LOSC Lille during the UEFA Europa League match between Lille OSC and Ajax at Stade Pierre Mauroy on Feb

Another Canadian, Jonathan David is one of Canada’s key men and plays in a group for them that also includes Argentina, Peru and Chile.

With quick feet and a great turn of pace, he scored 26 goals for Lille last season as they finished fourth in Ligue 1.

Liverpool were first reported to have an eye on the striker when he was at Gent and, while the links have gone quiet of late, he is a player that would get fans excited.

Antonee Robinson – USA

 Fulham's Antonee Robinson during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Fulham FC at Anfield. Liverpool won 4-3. (Photo by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 Fulham's Antonee Robinson during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Fulham FC at Anfield. Liverpool won 4-3. (Photo by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Antonee Robinson will be a familiar name to Premier League watchers, having played in 37 of Fulham‘s 38 matches last season.

The 26-year-old impressed at left-back last term, laying on seven goals as he became a stalwart of Marco Silva’s side.

With Liverpool potentially in the market for a full-back who could rotate with Andy Robertson, Robinson could be seen as a good option with plenty of good years ahead of him.

We will see him for the USA against Nunez’s Uruguay in the last game of group C.

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Leny Yoro transfer update emerges as club 'gains ground' on deal for Liverpool target

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 07:00
Latest Liverpool transfer news and gossip with updates on Lille star Leny Yoro and Stuttgart centre-back Waldemar Anton
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Leny Yoro transfer update emerges as club 'gains ground' on deal for Liverpool target

icLiverpool.co.uk - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 07:00
Latest Liverpool transfer news and gossip with updates on Lille star Leny Yoro and Stuttgart centre-back Waldemar Anton
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Watkins, Eze and Leeds United duo - four Liverpool transfers Arne Slot tipped to complete

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - Fri, 06/21/2024 - 06:00
Liverpool are heading into the summer transfer window with a new head coach and a clearer picture of what major business needs to be done to make progress once the new season starts
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