Jose Mourinho will not sign another player for Manchester United this summer but instead wait for the transfer window to reopen in January, according to reports. Mourinho has already spent around £150 million (about $193 million) on improving his United squad ahead of his second season as manager at Old Trafford. Victor Lindelof, the Swedish center-back, was the first through the door this summer from Benfica for £31 million ($40m), followed by Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku for £75 million ($97m) from Everton.
If Trent Alexander-Arnold becomes a Liverpool FC hero one day, this goal will mark the start of his legend. The 18-year-old Liverpool defender scored his first-ever goal for the club Tuesday in the first leg of the Reds’ UEFA Champions League qualifier against Hoffenheim. The game was goalless in the 36th minute when Alexander-Arnold surprisingly took the free kick from around 35 yards out. His inexperience didn’t dissuade Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp from giving the teenager his Champions League debut in such an important game. And Alexander-Arnold repaid the manager’s trust and brought joy to Liverpool fans everywhere with one pinpoint strike. Liverpool leads Hoffenheim 1-0 in the second
Liverpool is making its grand return to the UEFA Champions League, but it faces one of the toughest tests in Hoffenheim on Tuesday for a place in the group stage. Jurgen Klopp faces Germany’s newest manager darling in Julian Naglesman, the 30-year-old who managed to take a team in a relegation battle and earn them a place in the Champions League playoff round for the first time in club history. Liverpool will be without Philippe Coutinho, who’s transfer saga continues to dominate headlines, due to a back issue, and Daniel Sturridge and Adam Lallana also miss out with injury.