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Sport ‘This is crazy’, ‘Make it count’ - Many Liverpool fans buoyed by key Real Madrid update

22:20  12 april  2021
22:20  12 april  2021 Source:   footballtransfertavern.com

Liverpool chiefs concerned about two Jurgen Klopp signings ahead of summer transfer window

  Liverpool chiefs concerned about two Jurgen Klopp signings ahead of summer transfer window Liverpool are worried about the form and fitness of Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain per reports.The Reds are looking to refresh their squad at the end of the season following a campaign curtailed by physical and mental struggles that have engulfed the squad.

A number of Liverpool fans have been buoyed by the news of Real Madrid’s mounting injury crisis, believing the Reds can progress past the Spanish giants in the Champions League.

a football player on a field: Ante Budimir holds off Raphael Varane © Provided by Transfer Tavern Ante Budimir holds off Raphael Varane

Jurgen Klopp’s men face a huge game on Wednesday evening as they welcome Zinedine Zidane’s side to Anfield for the second leg of their quarter-final tie. Real Madrid won 3-1 in the last week’s first leg, with Liverpool producing a disappointing performance but at least getting that all-important away goal.

The Reds will have to improve greatly on Wednesday, but news of the La Liga giants’ injuries may give them extra hope going into the game.

Michael Edwards' Ibrahima Konate transfer plan is good news for Liverpool's title rivals

  Michael Edwards' Ibrahima Konate transfer plan is good news for Liverpool's title rivals Liverpool are working on signing Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig in the summer transfer window. And that means the on-loan Ozan Kabak could fall victim if Liverpool are able to secure a deal for the highly-rated Konate.That would be a controversial move, with Kabak only gaining in popularity among the Liverpool fanbase of late and the 21-year-old displaying more of his own potential with each game.

Lucas Vazquez has been ruled out for the rest of the season after suffering cruciate ligament damage in Saturday’s win over Barcelona, while Sergio Ramos, Raphael Varane, Dani Carvajal and Eden Hazard will also be unavailable, as outlined by Semra Hunter from La Liga TV [via Sky Sports].

It means that Liverpool’s attack will come up against a much-weakened Madrid defence, suggesting that a dramatic turnaround against Spanish heavyweights could be on the cards again two years after the epic comeback against Barcelona.

Liverpool fans react to Real Madrid’s injury woes

This is crazy, I thought Vazquez was brilliant against us! Big positive he’s out

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Yeah but we didn’t capitalise on this ‘makeshift’ back line last week either, need to make it count early this week

Real Madrid v Liverpool: Modric's journey from 'flop of the season' to Ballon d'Or winner an example for Thiago

  Real Madrid v Liverpool: Modric's journey from 'flop of the season' to Ballon d'Or winner an example for Thiago Thiago Alcantara has not had the easiest of debut seasons at Liverpool, but Luka Modric proves perceptions can change over time.Los Blancos were down 2-1 on aggregate after a Sergio Ramos own goal had put United in the driving seat a short while earlier, but with the hosts a man light, Jose Mourinho sent Modric on as Madrid looked to suffocate Alex Ferguson's men.

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We will beat them 3-0… mark my word…

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We gotta get after it then

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Well we can’t be any worse this time round

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There’s hope for us. Let’s be believers and not doubters…”

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In other news, Liverpool have reportedly made a key decision over the future of one Reds star – find out who it is here.

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