“The salary is scary” – The club is a little afraid to sign a Liverpool player – Sport Witness

Thiago Alcantara’s contract at Liverpool expires at the end of June and there is a good chance his time with the Reds will come to an end.

The 31-year-old has not played for Jürgen Klopp’s side this season and also had several injury problems last season.

Although the Spaniard’s talent has rarely been called into question, he has repeatedly encountered fitness problems and that is a strong argument against an extension.

Other clubs may be more optimistic and TuttoJuve reports that Inter Milan are interested and Juventus are ‘keeping an eye on things’.

For Inter Milan, the player’s salary is considered “scary”, while for Juventus the figures are “out of reach”.

Despite this stance, it is clear that Thiago will not be able to demand the same type of package as required at Liverpool if he wants to remain in European football.

A move elsewhere in the Premier League seems unlikely, again due to fitness issues, and wage levels would likely be an even bigger issue for most Spanish clubs than for Inter.

So, unless Thiago has a preference for Saudi Arabia or something, Italy’s top clubs might be able to compete with the offer despite their current pessimism.

Klopp surprised by Liverpool decision as reality surrounding Van Dijk emerges

Moments you might not have seen in Sunday’s Premier League clash between Liverpool and Brentford

urgen Klopp gestures on the touchline during the English Premier League football match between Liverpool and Brentford at Anfield Road in Liverpool, northwest England on November 12, 2023. 

Liverpool finished their final Premier League matches with a hard-fought but comfortable victory over Brentford on Sunday.

Mohamed Salah scored twice and Diogo Jota also scored as the Reds took full advantage of their 3-0 win over the Londoners.

The result means Jurgen Klopp’s side enter their third international break of the season in second place, just one point behind leaders Manchester City.

But a lot went unnoticed or under the radar during the 90 minutes at Anfield. Tierney for the worst

Paul Tierney unwittingly became an inspiration for Liverpool when he sent the crowd – and Joel Matip – into a frenzy just before the opening goal. But the referee had already annoyed Jürgen Klopp.

When the Reds attempted to take a quick free kick to continue their attack, Tierney instead took the play away and allowed Brentford to put the ball back before the free kick was retaken.

The cue is an angry Klopp sprinting down the touchline, hands over his mouth, astonished at what had just happened.

Matip was stunned by Tierney’s decision to not only punish him but also send him off after a challenge with Christian Norgaard, and his heated reaction went viral. But it wasn’t the only time the Liverpool centre-back was annoyed by referees.

A minor meltdown in the second half when Matip, in the Brentford penalty area, was adjudged to have pushed his opponent while trying to win a corner.

There aren’t many nicer things in football than the Cameroonian feeling slighted. Never change, Joel.
Van Dijk triumphed

Few would dispute the claim that Virgil van Dijk is in imperious form again. And the opposing attackers know it well.

Just look at Bryan Mbeumo’s reaction when, during a stoppage in play in the first half, he was called to the touchline by Brentford manager Thomas Frank, who instructed his striker to spend less time on the flank and more in the central areas . .

Mbeumo’s reaction showed that, given the height difference with Van Dijk, it would have been a particularly useless job for him. And so it was.

Before the break there was another funny moment when Alisson Becker ran out of his goal and then played an extended ball with the outside of his right foot towards the left wing.

From its initial trajectory, the ball appeared to go out of bounds, much to the delight of the jubilant Brentford winger.

However, the curve of the pass meant it hit the touchline, allowing Diogo Jota to win a throw-in past Kristoffer Ajer, sparking even more joy from the home crowd. Brazilian.

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