Premier League: Trent Alexander-Arnold could play anywhere in midfield, says Liverpool great Graeme Souness
Liverpool legend Graeme Souness believes Trent Alexander-Arnold, who has the second most assists this season behind Manchester City's Kevin de Bruyne, can play at any position in the midfield.
Premier League: Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp dedicates title win to fans, says, 'it's for you out there'
After Manchester City’s 2-1 defeat by Chelsea, Liverpool started celebrating at a hotel on Merseyside. Klopp said he made sure everyone watched the match together.
Premier League: 'A lot more happy days', Liverpool legends react as Jurgen Klopp's men clinch first title in three decades
Former Liverpool players and managers like Kenny Dalglish and Graeme Souness react to club's Premier League title win.
The Premier League is enjoying a purple patch with two special teams, with both Liverpool and Manchester City having the potential to “dominate” European football, former Scotland international Graeme Souness has said.
Villa overhauled their squad in the summer, spending close to 150 million pounds ($188.1 million).
Premier League: 'It's their job to speak,' Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba says he is used to his critics now
Former Liverpool captain Graeme Souness has been one of Pogba’s most vocal critics and has labelled the Frenchman 'selfish' and a 'doddle to play against'.
Premier League: Liverpool need to relax and get some wins under their belt, say former players Graeme Souness, Jamie Carragher
Former Liverpool captains Graeme Souness and Jamie Carragher believe the Merseyside club still have an advantage in the Premier League title race despite their first defeat of the campaign at Manchester City.
For Arsenal, the expiry date of their game plan and perhaps their manager has long gone past. It's time for change and one can't help but think that it must start with the manager.
Liverpool great Graeme Souness believes Chelsea represent the greatest threat to the Reds' title hopes this season.
The pre-match build-up was dominated by talk of Jose Mourinho, Pep Guardiola, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Claudio Bravo, but Kevin De Bruyne stole the show in Saturday's Manchester derby.
For everything that that makes you drop your jaw for a wonderful moment of magic on the pitch, there is usually one that forces you to get a shovel to prise it off the floor when you look at some of the more incredulous stories of the beautiful game.