Jamie Carragher doubts whether Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will play in Liverpool's midfield

Jamie Carragher believes Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain may struggle to command a position in Liverpool's midfield this season.


The England international joined the Reds on transfer deadline day after they finalised an initial £35m with league rivals Arsenal. The 24-year-old was used as a regular wing-back in the final months of his Gunners stay, and it was one of his prime reasons for pursuing a fresh challenge away as he wanted to establish himself in central midfield.

KEYS DISAGREES WITH JAMIE CARRAGHER

Richard Keys says he disagrees with Reds legend Jamie Carragher on his opinion on the Everton summer signings.


Ronald Koeman has signed Jordan Pickford, Michael Keane, Cuco Martina, Wayne Rooney, Davy Klaassen and Sandro Ramirez. Yet Carragher claimed none of the new players were good enough for the Red part of the Merseyside.

El Hadji Diouf fires shots towards Jamie Carragher

El Hadji Diouf is a former Liverpool who used to perform with the English Premier League starting from 2002 until 2005 and during that 3 yearlong time-lapse, the Senegalese footballer made over 70 appearances.


The retired Senegalese forward did not really impress in Anfield as his performances could not live up to his price tag of €10 million and during the season of 2004-05, he was offloaded to Bolton Wanderers on a loan deal where he actually did make significantly better performances and eventually opted to sign a permanent deal with Bolton.

LIVERPOOL FRUSTRATED ON TRANSFERS

Liverpool are reportedly frustrated by the slow transfer process that has delayed them from landing their major transfer targets this summer. The deal for centre half Virgil van Dijk should have been long completed but it was poorly handled so the interest cooled. There have been reports that the player strongly wants Anfield so the move could still happen but it remains complicated for now.

Jamie Carragher urges Liverpool to focus on quality over quantity this summer

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher believes Jurgen Klopp should place his emphasis on recruiting top-class players rather than hoping to add squad depth.


The Reds managed to clinch their Champions League return after they held on tough competition from Arsenal to finish fourth in the league standings. Despite this, the Merseyside outfit looked short during the backend of last season with Klopp being forced to name a substitutes’ bench with an average age of 19 during the defeat to Crystal Palace.

CARRAGHER FEARFUL FOR LIVERPOOL’S TRANSFER HOPES

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher remains fearful for the transfer ambitions of the club this summer.


Jurgen Klopp has taken a personal interest in recruitment procedures this season as the German is seeking the best talents to join the ranks at Anfield.

CARRAGHER REVEALS STURRIDGE PULLED HIM OVER HIS COMMENTS

Embattled Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge pulled aside the club legend Jamie Carragher over comments he made about his future, Carragher reveals.


The footballer turned pundit said when he joined the Reds team to Australia for a friendly game; Sturridge questioned his comments over his future at Anfield.

CARRAGHER: SPURS COULD HAVE WON THE PREMIER LEAGUE

Pundit Jamie Carragher opines that Tottenham Hotspur could have won the Premier League this season had Chelsea been busy in Europe.


Mauricio Pochettino and his boys have had an impressive season. They have chased the Blues all season long and they are four points away. With four games left this term, the season could have a dramatic end if Chelsea lose any more game.

Jamie Carragher Doubtful about Liverpool’s Top Four Finish after Palace Defeat

Jamie Carragher has admitted that Liverpool face a big fight in order to finish in the top four after a 2-1 loss against Crystal Palace at Anfield.


It was yet another defeat to a team from the bottom of the table. The result leaves the club just three points above Manchester United, who have two games in hand. Theoretically, United will be able to disperse as Liverpool from the top four with a win in these two matches. Liverpool appeared to have the easiest run in of all the top six teams on paper. However, they have lost a number of points against teams from the bottom end of the table and the result against Crystal Palace was another example of the same.

GERRARD STICKS WITH LIVERPOOL

Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard decided to stick with his former club as he analysed which clubs will likely make the top four at the end of the current season.

After the victory of Chelsea over Everton – despite the initial hopes of an Everton victory throwing open the Premier League race –, Jurgen Klopp’s men are level on points with Pep Guardiola’s boys. Manchester United are just a point behind, with Arsenal trailing by 5 points (though with a game in hand) after their loss to Tottenham over the weekend.

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