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Liverpool predicted XI vs Midtjylland as Klopp welcomes three fresh legs

Timothy Aiyeku



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English Primer League champions Liverpool will line up against Midtjylland on Tuesday for the Champions League encounter as manager Jurgen Klopp welcomes fresh legs for the challenge.

Goalkeeper Alisson Becker, Thiago, and Joel Matip are the fresh legs that could be available for selection against Midtjylland but that will be subject to the final fitness test and the selection decision by the German boss.

We saw manager Jurgen Klopp employ the 4-2-3-1 formation in the English Premier League at the weekend and there are chances that he could go ahead with the same formation in the Champions League clash.

After helping to score a goal in the Premier League at the weekend against Sheffield United, we could see Diogo Jota having his Champions league starting debut in a formation that will have him complete the attacking line-up alongside Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, and Roberto Firmino and that is expected to give the team a huge chance of a win in the game.

We could also see Joel Matip return to the defence to partner Joe Gomez and Thiago could also replace Gini Wijnaldum in the midfield which is a major boost at Anfield.

However, manager Jurgen Klopp has got a lot of options for the game and it will not be a surprise to see any change in our predicted line up going by his view on the readiness of the players and a last-minute situation like injuries.

After winning the Champions League last two seasons, the Reds are gearing up to take a shot at it again by starting on a good note and a win against Midtjylland will be another step forward for the team.

See full predicted Liverpool Starting XI:
Alisson Becker, Alexander-Arnold, Joel Matip, Joe Gomez, Andy Robertson, Henderson, Thiago, Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, Diogo Jota, Mohamed Salah.

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Dortmund finally hand hope to Manchester United on Sancho

Timothy Aiyeku



Jadon Sancho

Manchester United did not sign England international winger Jadon Sancho last summer transfer window but that does not mean a deal will not go down later in the future.

The Red Devils have made the former Man City academy player their first choice but they were unable to agree on a fee with the German Bundesliga club, Borussia Dortmund and that put an end to the saga.

However, Borussia Dortmund have released a statement hinting that Manchester United could still get Jadon Sancho to sign at the Old Trafford, but made it clear it will only happen in the future.

The club clearly stated that they expected Jadon Sancho to remain at the club for AT LEAST ONE MORE SEASON. This means he could be leaving the club in the coming summer transfer window.

Commentators have expressed the possibility of an agreement between the two clubs for a deal to happen in the next summer window but that was not stated anywhere by either of the clubs.

The Red Devils will now move ahead with their transfer activities by looking out for an alternative so as to rebuild the squad in January.

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There is no chance this player will remain at United as conflict with club mounts

Timothy Aiyeku



Sergio Romero

English Premier League club Man United goalkeeper Sergio Romero is unhappy at Old Trafford and he is reported to be in conflict with the club for not sanctioning his sale in the last summer transfer window.

Sergio Romero has gone down the pecking order at Old Trafford from the second choice to the third owing to the return of Dean Henderson.

The South American reportedly had offers from several clubs but Manchester United refused to let him leave. Everton were keen give him the opportunity of regular playing time, according to leading journalist Gianluca Di Marzio but the Red Devils denied him the move.

Sergio Romero is unhappy at Manchester United and has been in conflict with the club,. His wife was first to speak out by blasting the Red Devils for not respecting the decision of her husband despite his contribution to the team in the past.

However, it will be a big surprise to see Sergio Romero at Manchester United after the January winter transfer window because he is desperate to leave the club and has suitors both in the Premier League and abroad.

Everton are believed to be interested in Sergio Romero while MLS clubs are also hoping to agree on a deal for him but that will depend on Man United.

David De Gea has been favored for the first-team role despite his unsatisfactory performance last season but the door is opened to Dean Henderson to nail down a regular first-choice shirt.

Manchester United are now stabilized with a number of wins across all competitions.

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Would Sami Khedira Make A Move To Manchester United?

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Sami Khedira

Manchester United have reportedly been linked with a shock move for Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira.

According to The Sun, the 2014 German World Cup winner has emerged as a target for Manchester United as he’s about to be released from his contract at Juventus.

Sami Khedira has been declared surplus to requirements at Juventus by new manager Andrea Pirlo.

Club legend Pirlo has been appointed the Juventus manager this summer on the back of the dismissal of Maurizio Sarri.

Pirlo has six midfielders in his team following the summer arrivals of Arthur and Weston McKennie and the aforementioned Khedira will be the man to make way in January despite the fact that he still has one year to run on his Juventus contract.

Brazilian international Arthur signed for Juventus from Barcelona in a swap deal with Miralem Pjanic, while young American international McKennie has joined on loan from Schalke 04 in the German Bundesliga.

Sami Khedira joined Juventus from Real Madrid in 2015 and he has won the league title in each of his five seasons in Turin.

He has not been a regular for Juventus in recent seasons. The German made just one assist in the league last season as he was restricted to 12 games.

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