Liverpool is a historic club with incredible presence. Jurgen Klopp is a celebrated manager with a strong reputation as a players’ coach. Those two facets will always make the club attractive to players. Missing out on the UEFA Champions League is another
Marseille did well to bring in one star this season but could the French side have another trick up its sleeve this summer? Sky Sports is reporting that the Ligue 1 club is preparing to sign Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud over the summer and the sixth-place side is “willing to pay up to £20m (roughly $25 million). Marseille made a splash this season when the club re-signed Dimitri Payet, who was playing with Premier League side West Ham at the time. The team does boast several quality attacking options such as Payet and Bafetimbi Gomis, but Giroud could serve as an ideal target man in the Marseille attack. Prior to joining the Gunners in 2012, Giroud starred for Montpellier and with a potential
West Ham United defender Winston Reid has shed light on the team's tactics, including the role of Ghana's Andre Ayew, in Saturday's goalless stalemate with Everton in the Premier League. The 27-year-old has five goals to his credit, with four of the five coming in his last nine matches.