Liverpool invite winger to train as Antonio Conte admits Mohamed Salah
Here is your morning summary for Saturday, December 18.
‘I remember him’ – Antonio Conte admits Mohamed Salah ahead of Tottenham v Liverpool
Antonio Conte said Tottenham were “ready to play” against Liverpool on Sunday after nearly two weeks without a game due to Covid-related issues.
Spurs saw their games against Rennes and Brighton & Hove Albion postponed last week following a number of positive tests at Hotspur Way.
Then Thursday’s game at Leicester City was also called off by the Premier League after positive cases of Covid at the Midlands club.
âI think he’s one of the best players in the world. During the game we saw him score or assists, âConte replied when asked how good Salah was.
âHe’s a very decisive player. During matches, whenever he has the ball, he’s a danger. He has improved a lot, I remember him when he was playing in Italy. “
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Liverpool ‘invite Canadian teenager to train’ as clubs look to signing
Canadian starlet Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty has trained with Liverpool as a club circle for the signing, according to ECHO.
The 17-year-old right-winger is an exciting young prospect who is currently making a name for himself within MLS, Toronto FC.
Marshall-Rutty signed a first-team contract with the American club at the age of 15 in January 2020 and made his debut as a substitute later that year, becoming the youngest player ever to represent the team.
He made 11 MLS appearances in the 2021 campaign and is now set to tour several clubs in the offseason.
The youngster has already been pictured training with Arsenal this week.
But Anfield sources did not deny suggestions that they had also taken a closer look at him.