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Liverpool have finally won the race to sign Southampton centre-back Virgil
van Dijk after agreeing a world record £75 million fee for a defender.
@Liverpool_FC-123: I have been waiting for this move since forever, glad
to see we got the deal done
@J-2k: Finally we don’t have to worry about goal at 86 minute or or 90
Manchester City moved 15 points clear at the top of the Premier League
after a dominant 1-0 win over Newcastle on Wednesday.
@Cmon_CTID: 15 POINTS !!!! Mind the gap, Mourinho~
@rozay07: Undefeated , Undisputed , Unstoppable , We are the champions.
we are Premier league champions.
keep the clean sheets coming.
Milan Cutrone strikes winner to knock Inter out of the Coppa Italia.
Barcelona will have a free path to sign £89 million-priced Antoine
Griezmann, with Manchester United not keen to participate in a bidding war
for the Atletico Madrid striker, according to Marca. It’s believed Jose
Mourinho is a fan of Griezmann but is not convinced the France
international is worth such a hefty transfer fee.
The new Liverpool signing broke the record for defenders on Wednesday –
but where does he rank among the rest of football’s big spenders?
WHAT THEY SAY
The former Saints forward had his say on the first blockbuster transfer of
the new year, and other players were not slow to lend their opinions on VVD.
Sead Kolasinac has not started in the Premier League since Arsenal’s 1-1
draw at Southampton on December 10. Arsene Wenger has explained some
of the reasons behind it.
The Spurs star outscored both men in 2017, but recognises that he must
continued to sustain his form to be mentioned alongside them
Manchester City may have won 18 league matches in a row, but Pep
Guardiola believes that Barcelona are still the favourites for the Champions
League, because they have Lionel Messi.
Virgil van Dijk has hailed a ‘proud day for me and my family’ after
completing a record £75million move from Southampton to Liverpool.
THESE THINGS HAPPEN
It has been another remarkable year for Cristiano Ronaldo – and what better
way to celebrate than throwing a party in his own honour.
The first game of 2018 at Camp Nou will have extra significance. As well as
seeing Ernesto Valverde’s side for the first time in three weeks, supporters
will also be treated to the return of Ousmane Dembele, four months later.
The club are using the Frenchman to promote the match against Levante
on Jan. 7.
Liverpool sprung a festive shock by announcing the signing of Virgil van
Dijk for £75m, a world-record fee for a defender.
They rave about the brilliance of Philippe Coutinho, his dancing feet and the skills that transform a game in the blink of eye.