We have to collect their bones

We have to collect their bones

Liverpool's new midfielder Fabinho says his club can wrestle the Premier League title away from Manchester City while he tries to lure France star Kylian Mbappe to Anfield. And given the recent transfer excellence from Liverpool, it no longer seems farfetched to think of a prodigy like Mbappe joining the club. As he's very young I said, "Okay, have two weeks holiday and then we'll speak and see".

Despite Henderson's absence, Klopp will have no shortage of central midfield options after recruiting Monaco's Fabinho and RB Leipzig's Naby Keita.

Fabinho joined Liverpool from Monaco for a fee of around £43.7m on a four-year-deal in May and the deal was officially made on July 21.

The Reds finally secured the signing of Alisson who heads to the Premier League as the most expensive goalkeeper in history.

"I have just started with my team-mates and I understand we have excellent players". We have an excellent manager (Jurgen Klopp).

Henderson played an integral role in the Three Lions' journey to the penultimate knockout stage in the World Cup, forming a vital pivot in Gareth Southgate's midfield.

GETTY Liverpool transfer news Fabinho joined from Monaco this summer

"They play the World Cup, then the Nations Cup, next summer is the final of the Nations Cup, which is really insane. I understand City are the champions and produced excellent football last season, but we will do our best to get the title from them and make everyone here happy", Fabinho is quoted as saying by The Telegraph.

"What France did was fantastic".

"Unfortunately I have not had a chance to congratulate him for what he did during this World Cup".

He told The Guardian: "Kylian has already said he will remain at PSG for the next season but I will try slowly to convince him to come to Liverpool".

The 19-year-old winger drew fouls from Oleksandr Zinchenko to win the deciding penalty which Mario Gotze converted and was taken off later on in preparation for Dortmund's next match against Liverpool, who tried to sign Pulisic two years ago and have maintained a watching brief. "If they need a leg behind, I'll assist behind".

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