Jamie Redknapp sends a harsh message to Liverpool as the transfer of Sofyan Amrabat is revealed.
‘You can see’ – Jamie Redknapp gives a harsh message to Liverpool players following Brighton’s defeat
Former Liverpool captain Jamie Redknapp thinks it’s refreshing to see teams like Brighton, Brentford, and Fulham upending the Premier League’s “hierarchy” after the Reds’ humiliating loss on the South Coast on Saturday.
Just days after Fulham overcame Chelsea in the West London derby, Roberto de Zerbi’s side snatched the latest scalp of what has been a fantastic Premier League season thus far. As we approach the halfway point of the season, the standings looks a little strange, with Newcastle, Fulham, and Brighton all in the top eight and ahead of both Jurgen Klopp and Graham Potter’s teams.
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Speaking on Sky Sports ahead of Sunday’s North London Derby, Redknapp said: “It’s been a wonderful season with what Brighton, Fulham, Brentford are doing, they’re disturbing the hierarchy and it’s what you want to see.”
Despite suspicions of a mid-season switch to Liverpool, Fiorentina directors have underlined that World Cup breakthrough sensation Sofyan Amrabat would not be sold this month.
Last month, the midfielder had a successful tournament in the Middle East, when he helped Morocco become the first African country to reach the semi-finals. Despite being defeated by the brilliance of 2018 champions France and their squad of superstars, the the Atlas Lions captivated the footballing globe With their courageous performances,
Following a succession of strong performances, both collectively and individually, Amrabat has been heavily connected with a winter move to Anfield, as well as PSG, Atletico Madrid, and Tottenham Hotspur.
Senior authorities at the Italian club, though, have ruled out selling the 26-year-old this month and reiterated that he is not for sale.