Here are the headlines of your evening in Liverpool for Saturday, June 27.
Jurgen Klopp makes ‘very good’ admission to Jadon Sancho
But the Reds boss immediately downplayed the club’s chances of signing the 20-year-old English international, with its valuation reported north of £ 100 million.
“A red jersey would look great on Jadon Sancho,” he told German media. picture .
“But I don’t think such a transfer will take place this summer.
“He’s a very interesting player. If he moved to Liverpool, I would be the most surprised of all.”
Tom Werner Exclusive – President Talks About Texting Klopp
In an exclusive interview with ECHO, Liverpool president Tom Werner gave his reaction to the club, ending their 30-year wait for the Premier League title.
The 70-year-old American businessman hailed the role of supporters in helping deliver the long-awaited trophy, and expressed his joy after it was won after Man City’s 2-1 defeat to Chelsea on Thursday.
“I think we were all delighted because the walk was long,” said Werner.
“The club has been fighting for 30 years to reach this summit and my first thought was to share this joy with our supporters, because without them, the club is nothing.
“Jurgen said our supporters made an incredible contribution to the victory of the league. Not just this year but every year. So our supporters will hopefully be able to take a moment at some point, be it today today or this week to celebrate what is a remarkable achievement. “
Here are all the details , as our Liverpool FC correspondent Paul Gorst said.
Luis Suarez reacts to title victory
Former Kop hero Luis Suarez spoke Official Liverpool website , giving his reaction to the club winning the Premier League title that it was so close to helping deliver in 2014.
The Uruguayan striker, who is struggling to win his fifth La Liga title in six years in Barcelona, also tackled his sharp and moody reunion with his former club last season as the Klopp’s Reds mounted their famous comeback four goals in the Champions League semi-finals. -final.
“I know some Liverpool supporters were mad at me because I celebrated a goal against Liverpool here at Camp Nou and for that I am so sad,” he said.
“I accept that and I say I hope they understand my situation: we were playing at home and in the Champions League semi-final.
“I had one of the best moments of my life there and I think the fans have not forgotten how my attitude was with the Liverpool jersey.
“Now I hope they are so happy with the Premier League trophy this year.”