Nunez UNHAPPY, Van Dijk to STAY, RECORD-BREAKING Klopp and Salah: Liverpool FC news recap

Liverpool’s resounding 4-2 victory over Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday was marred by an incident which many now believe could signal the end of the line for one key player.

In new footage that has emerged today, Darwin Nunez is shown heading straight for the tunnel as soon as the match was over, passing up the opportunity to show appreciation to the home fans like the rest of his teammates.

Paired with his subsequent actions, which saw him purge his Instagram account of all posts relating to his time at Liverpool, this has ignited speculation about his future at the club.

“It just looks like he’s going to be on his way, or he’s deeply unhappy with the club,” said pundit Chris Sutton.



It wasn’t all bad news, though. In beating Spurs, Jurgen Klopp set a new record that will take some beating.

And thanks to his header to open the scoring, Mohamed Salah set a record, too, becoming the first player in Premier League history to do so.


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Why Klopp could miss the final home game

The moment every Liverpool fan has been dreading for months is set to arrive on Sunday 19 May, with Jurgen Klopp taking charge of his final ever game with the Reds.

However, there is a chance that he won’t be able to take to the touchline for his last match on Merseyside.

Here, we explain why.


BRAND NEW Klopp documentary set to air in ‘coming weeks’

Liverpool will release a brand new Jurgen Klopp documentary in the ‘coming weeks’ that will feature interviews with the likes of Pep Guardiola and Alex Ferguson.

The club were keen to provide their own ‘different angle’ regarding a documentary about Klopp’s departure, with a separate multi-episode series already being filmed for the German’s final season in charge.


‘Tricky’ season awaited if Klopp stayed

After question marks started to emerge over the timing of the announcement of his decision to leave the club, Jurgen Klopp has opened up about his decision to step down.

Speaking to Sky Sports, the German went into more detail about his energy levels and reasons for leaving.

“Eighty percent is not enough. That’s the truth. It’s too much.”


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Van Dijk issues a clear message about his future

Virgil van Dijk has offered a defiant response on his Liverpool future following recent reports linking him with an Anfield exit this summer.

Speaking after Liverpool’s 4-2 win over Tottenham on Sunday, Van Dijk stated: “There will be a big transition (when Klopp leaves) and I am part of that.”


Arne Slot reveals plans to speak to Klopp

Feyenoord boss Arne Slot revealed he will contact Jurgen Klopp this summer when he is officially announced as Liverpool’s next manager.

“I think it’s normal that if you go to a new club, and if that would be Liverpool, it’s normal that you contact the former coach,” said Slot.


Reds ‘step up’ chase for Goncalo Inacio

Liverpool are testing the waters ahead of a summer bid for Goncalo Inacio, according to a report in Football Transfers.

However, the Reds will have to contend with competition from Manchester United for his signature.


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Fabrizio Romano pours cold water on Pedri link

Amid speculation of substantial funds being available for acquisitions to address any transitional challenges this summer, renowned football journalist Fabrizio Romano has dispelled notions of a surprise move for Barcelona’s Pedri.

“The situation is completely quiet.”


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