Tuesday, December 28, 2021 15:00
King Power Stadium
East Midlands, Leicester, N/A, United Kingdom
Homeground of Leicester City
Leicester City Vs Liverpool fc Match Tickets
No Relegation for Leicester City
The Stoke Manager, Mark Hughes says that Leicester City will not be relegated. He believes that the football club has a lot of quality in their formation to avoid being relegated. The Bournemouth manager, Eddie Howe supported Leicester City to avoid the relegation after the middle week beat. The Stoke manager shares the same view.
The Potters chief however, believes that the unchanged mode of play by the club has maybe been harmful to their performance.
Leicester City seems not to hold its past successesClaudio Ranieri demands to see the genuine Leicester at the upcoming game on the Britannia Studio.While the team has seemed more like its successful self at the King Power Stadium in this football season, on the move it has been a dull imitation of the part that did not win 2 away matches as they won the title the previous season.
That achievement was formed on a strong determination and fighting spirit, while Claudio believes his side has shown they are still possessing these attributes after the excellent win against Manchester City the previous weekend, they did not have the same force and motivation on Tuesday at Bournemouth.
Last year at a time like this, Leicester City was at the top in the list as we went into Christmas. However, currently they are 4 points over the relegation area before the final game coming ahead of the festive season at Stoke City. Claudio Ranieri says this has to be changed.
Leicester City Charity Event
The Leicester team members give Christmas gifts to kids at Leicester Royal Infirmary (LRI). The players took with them the Premier League trophy and Christmas gifts such as scarves, teddy bears, Calendars and signed cards to give out to the children, together with ten iPads to be used in the hospital's wards.
Liverpool FC expected to sign Jack Bearn
Liverpool is on the edge of signing Jack Bearn from the Notts County FC. The Reds accepted the fee for the hot potential. Reds have accepted a 150,000 Euros negotiation with the strong League Two team for fifteen year old Jack Bearn.
Claims say that Notts County FC has been given a closing up request by HMRC and they still owe an excess of half a million Euros. Selling Jack will increase the needed money to fund the team's activities.
Jack Bearn is a hot potential and has achieved his under eighteen debut early in the season at only 14 years of age.
Klopp intends to spend between $21 million - $26 million to accept the signing. Liverpool has had to undergo reinforcement in the winter sign-over period to back the win for the title in the current season. It is a question on whether they actually need a midfielder.
The Reds have excellent midfielders such as Can, Wijnaldum and Henderson in the starting team but lack a good defense midfielder and they have to get one. Liverpool seems to be ahead of the Redds in signing 19 year old, Frank Kessie from the Atlanta Team. Liverpool is offering Frank Kassie $28 million to sign him.
LFC goes against Everton on Monday
Liverpool FC looks forward to maintaining force on Chelsea during the match against Everton on Monday. Before the match, Klopp speaking to the reporters at his press gathering said that he will give then the news updates on the team's progress.
The Liverpool boss says that the team's midfielder, Emre Can is back after recovering from a knee injury which had made it difficult for him to participate in the past two matches.
Jurgen Klopp will remain with Simon Mignolet as goalkeeper for the game against Evertonon Monday after Simon made an excellent come back to the team's lineup.
Simon was reinstated the beginning XI against Middlesbrough as a replacement for Loris Karius and maintained a good image in the 3-0 win on Wednesday. The Liverpool boss has let out that he is against changing things excessively and finds no reason as to why Simon Mignolet will not begin at the match on Monday.