2018/19

Players in

PLAYERFROMFEEDATE
Yan DhandaLiverpoolFree01 Jul, 2018
Jordi Jair Govea MerlinReal Madrid BFree06 Jul, 2018
Joel AsoroSunderlandUndisc.14 Jul, 2018
Barrie McKayNottm ForestUndisc.31 Jul, 2018
Bersant CelinaMan City£3,000,00031 Jul, 2018
Declan JohnRangersUnknown09 Aug, 2018
Total: £3,000,000

Players out

PLAYERTOFEEDATE
Ki Sung-YuengNewcastleFree01 Jul, 2018
Lewis ThomasForest GreenFree01 Jul, 2018
Roque MesaSevillaUndisc.02 Jul, 2018
Jack BainbridgeSunderlandFree11 Jul, 2018
Kyle BartleyWest BromUndisc.16 Jul, 2018
Alfie MawsonFulham£20,000,00002 Aug, 2018
Sam ClucasStokeUnknown09 Aug, 2018
Jordi AmatR. VallecanoUnknown09 Aug, 2018
Federico FernandezNewcastle£6,000,00009 Aug, 2018
Angel RangelQPRFree15 Aug, 2018
Yan DhandaSwansea U21Unknown01 Dec, 2018
Total: £26,000,000

Players loaned in

PLAYERFROMSTARTEND
Cameron Carter-VickersTottenham25 Aug, 2018

Players loaned out

PLAYERTOSTARTEND
Jordan AyewC Palace08 Aug, 2018
Borja BastonAlaves16 Jul, 2018
Andre AyewFenerbahce27 Jul, 2018

Players released

PLAYERDATE
Leon Britton01 Jul, 2018
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Match in Focus

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Liverpool v Man Utd

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Liverpool have kept clean sheets in three of their last four league encounters
Expert verdict
Liverpool have not defeated Manchester United in the league since 2014 but Jurgen Klopp’s men can illustrate their superiority with a comfortable Anfield victory over their rivals. The hosts have affirmed their status as Man City’s closest title challengers in recent weeks, with Saturday’s 4-0 demolition of Bournemouth making it five successive Premier League victories. The Red Devils recorded their biggest win of the campaign in beating struggling Fulham 4-1 on Saturday but have been unconvincing for the majority of the campaign and have failed to win any of their four meetings with big-six rivals, crumbling under pressure in 3-0 and 3-1 defeats to Tottenham and Man City respectively.