OFF THE PITCH | Premier League Champions Got Banned At Home?
Premier League is red.
Jurgen Klopp made Liverpool the Premier League Champions after a long, 30-year wait since 1990. Liverpool players were together watching the game in which Chelsea beat Manchester City. So, they celebrated their championship at a hotel on Thursday evening.
Their fans overjoyed and decided to gather in the street in front of Anfield. But, despite the repeated warnings over the spread of Coronavirus, they were ignoring the consequences.
Now Liverpool may be banned playing at Anfield, and that will be the fault of the fans. The team has left three games before they lift the trophy at Anfield. But due to the recent events, the team may have to raise the long-awaited trophy in a neutral venue rather than at the empty Anfield.
Pochettino is in talks with Portuguese giants.
According to reports, Benfica are in talks with a former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino over a shocking move to the Portuguese giants.
It is known that Pochettino had wanted to move to a Premier League club. Still, now the Argentine is definitely ready to consider every single thing in the proposal before he makes the final decision.
Arjen Robben making a comeback
Arjen Robben has returned from retirement at the age of 36 and will join FC Groningen, where he started his senior professional career. Groningen was his first-team before he moved to PSV Eindhoven.
As you know, the former Chelsea man retired last summer after ten successful seasons with Bayern Munich. But the 36-year-old spoke in his video on Twitter and said that he is making a shocking return to his boyhood club.
Robben knows his return will be a tough physical challenge. But he will join the team for the first training of the new season and try to do wonders again.