INTEREST in Nunez, Wrexham DREAMING of Reds player: Liverpool FC news recap

The fallout from Darwin Nunez's antics following Liverpool's 4-2 win over Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday continues.

The Uruguayan, after heading straight for the tunnel after the final whistle, then followed that up by purging his Instagram of all posts made during his time at the club. He also blocked a number of Liverpool-related accounts on Twitter.

Now, Nunez is being linked with a move away from the club, with Barcelona reportedly having had contact with Nunez’s representatives over a summer move.

However, another Spanish side is also poised ahead of the transfer window.

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PL legend delivers HARSH Darwin Nunez verdict

Jermain Defoe, ninth on the list of all-time Premier League goalscorers, said the Reds risk "falling behind" if they persist with Darwin Nunez up top.

“I think Jota is probably the best finisher,” Defoe told Premier League Productions. “He actually finishes, like calculated finishes. Salah and Nunez, they 'shoot', if that makes sense. They don’t finish."

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RIO can't believe SALAH 'DISRESPECT'

Rio Ferdinand has leapt to the defence of Mohamed Salah, who has faced relentless criticism over the past number of weeks. 

“I think he’s been disrespected recently," he said,

“I don’t think there’s been a debate that Mo Salah has been world class for a number of years."

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Keeping Van Dijk is 'more important'

That said, former Liverpool midfielder Danny Murphy believes the club should prioritise keeping Virgil van Dijk over Mohamed Salah as exit links continue to swirl over the superstar pair. 

“I actually think the more important signing to keep is Van Dijk," he said.

“I know that sounds a bit silly because of Salah’s goals but Liverpool don't struggle to make chances.”

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Wrexham director names surprise Reds player as DREAM signing

Wrexham's executive director Humphrey Ker, when answering questions on 'dream' signings this week, mentioned two names connected to Liverpool.

The first was Nottingham Forest's Neco Williams; the second was a current mainstay in the team.

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Roy Keane makes startling Klopp admission

Manchester United legend Roy Keane admits he would have LOVED to play under Jurgen Klopp - despite once calling him 'cringe'.

"Look at the bigger picture and what he's done for this football club and it is fantastic," Keane told Sky Sports in his role as pundit.

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Gakpo admits he's 'curious' about working under Arne Slot

Cody Gakpo admits he's 'curious' as to what kind of impact incoming head coach Arne Slot might make at Liverpool. 

"I know, of course, that he is a very good coach who has shown it at AZ Alkmaar and at Feyenoord, too,” Gakpo said of Slot.

“Of course, we played against [his Feyenoord] a few times; they were often difficult games."

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Slot reluctant to heed former Everton chief's advice

Amid the anticipation of his imminent appoint, Arne Slot has received advice from an unexpected quarter - Marcel Brands, the general manager of PSV Eindhoven.

Brands, who previously held a position at Liverpool's local rivals Everton, has cautioned Slot against solely focusing on Dutch players.

"If a player is good, it shouldn’t matter what level he comes from," was Slot's response.

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Geertruida, just one of TWO Feyenoord players wanted by Slot

Liverpool are reportedly set to pursue a double deal with Feyenoord in a bid to reunite incoming manager Arne Slot with two players who formed a key part of his team in Rotterdam.

Football Insider reports that in addition to versatile defender Lutsharel Geertruida, who has been linked to the Reds in various reports, defensive midfielder Mats Wieffer is also on the Reds' radar.

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Ruben Amorim makes DEFINITIVE future announcement

After touting himself extensively for both the Liverpool and West Ham United jobs, Ruben Amorim has made a decision on his future.

“I’ll stay with Sporting,” Amorim said. “I have a contract and this is a special moment for me and for the club. We will try to win a third title together.”

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