Christian Pulisic tipped to agree 'future deal' with Liverpool – just like Naby Keita did

Liverpool have been tipped to repeat their Naby Keita acquisition with Christian Pulisic.

The Reds are long-term admirers of the Borussia Dortmund star but have not followed up their interest.

Dortmund are reluctant to sell but could be forced into letting him go next summer, when Pulisic would have just a year remaining on his contract.

The Reds agreed to sign Naby Keita a year ago, with the midfielder officially moving to Anfield earlier this summer.

And German insider Raphael Honigstein believes Liverpool may well try and lure Dortmund into a deal for Pulisic, which would go through in a year’s time.

Lallana sends out warning

Lallana in action

Adam Lallana has admitted it is time for Liverpool to go to the next level under Jurgen Klopp and start getting their hands on silverware.

The Anfield giants have spent aggressively this summer, splashing out £175million — including the highest fee ever paid for a goalkeeper to land Roma’s Alisson — to give Klopp a squad capable of challenging for the Premier League title.

This window’s splurge comes after their January acquisition of defender Virgil van Dijk for £75m, also a world-record for his position — which means Liverpool have spent £250m in 2018 to get their squad to the required level.

And England midfielder Lallana, who spent much of last term injured but is now fit and eager to help Liverpool’s push for glory, said this season must be the one where Klopp’s men win silverware.


Klopp surprised by Alisson

Brazilian keeper Alisson pulls off a save in training

urgen Klopp has revealed he’s surprised by how “exceptional” new Liverpool signing Alisson has been in training.

The Brazilian shot-stopper recently joined his Reds team-mates in France, where he trained with the group for the very first time ahead of their friendly with Napoli in Dublin on Saturday.

Klopp confirmed that Alisson would make his debut for Liverpool this weekend, after he impressed in training, despite the German putting no pressure on him to do so.

“I’m very pleased [to be able to work with him], Klopp told “But first of all it’s very important he can start now because the season starts in one and half weeks. Each player in the world needs training and time to adapt to his mates.”



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