Liverpool Football Club are one of the most famous clubs in the World and they have now won six European Cup’s to go with their 18 English league titles. However, a Premier League title still eludes them after going so close in the 2018/29 season.
Currently managed by Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool have won over 60 major honours in their illustrious history.
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Average Attendance 2018/19: 52,983
After just missing out on the Premier League title to Manchester City, Liverpool and manager Jurgen Klopp will want to go one better this season, and that could mean strengthening their side with one or two big names, as well as bringing in some players to expand their squad.
You will see all the latest Liverpool transfer new below as it happens.
The Reds have usually been good in the transfer market and the signing of Xherdan Shaqiri last summer was a shrewd move bu Jurgen Klopp. The Liverpool fans seemed dubious at first, but he proved to be a vital squad player and chipped in with some important goals. Virgil Van Dijk was a very expensive recruit but he has already paid back a large portion of the £75m fee with his performances that led Liverpool to a sixth Champions League triumph at the end of the 2019 season.
Find all the latest Liverpool transfer rumours below from around the Liverpool blogs and national and local newspapers. Who will Liverpool look to buy this summer?
The Liverpool fans are one of the biggest and best fan bases in the country and with that comes a lot of banter, both for and against their side. In Madrid for the Champions League final, we seen some of the best fan banter ever in their fan park. There was an estimated 70,000 Liverpool fans in the Spanish capital and they certainly made themselves heard. Check out the video below of the Liverpool fans partying in Madrid.
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The atmosphere in our fan park was BOSS. 👌 pic.twitter.com/MnjVhwxq7x
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) June 8, 2019
There is always going to be a strong rivalry with local rivals Everton and old enemies Manchester United, and this also paves the way for more great banter from the Liverpool fans. At the Merseyside derby a few years ago, Liverpool fans held a part for the Everton fans celebrating their 25 years without a trophy. It wasn’t well received on the Blue half of Merseyside but the Liverpool banter was fantastic.