Jürgen Klopp transfer target pictured in Liverpool shirt as Mohamed Salah injury update given

A picture of Levi Colwill in a Liverpool shirt has re-emerged amid transfer links, while claims of an injury to Mohamed Salah have been denied.

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In the midst of rumors linking the Chelsea defender with a transfer to Anfield, a photo of Levi Colwill wearing a Liverpool jersey has reappeared.

The 20-year-old is now with England in the U21 European Championship, where he is scheduled to participate in Saturday’s final against Spain, according to football.london, and the Reds have reportedly made inquiries about him.

Colwill was previously on loan with Brighton, who had been interested in signing him. The Mirror claims that Chelsea has already turned down the Seagulls’ $38 million (£30 million/€35 million) bid.

Liverpool might have the upper hand over its competitors. A new image of the defender wearing a Liverpool jersey has surfaced after Colwill previously admitted to idolizing Steven Gerrard (via GOAL).

After Colwill made his Premier League debut in August for Brighton in a 2-1 victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford, his previous coach Lee Hudson published a picture of the Chelsea star as a child.

In a comment on one of Colwill’s Instagram images, Harvey Elliott appears to have seized the opportunity to try and persuade him to join Anfield, saying, “Let’s have a chat.”

Mohamed Salah injury claim denied

Mo Salah

Despite a claim from Egypt’s minister of youth and sports, Mohamed Salah’s recent claims of playing with a broken toe have been debunked.

Ashraf Sobhi later claimed Salah, 31, had reported for international duty with a significant issue after fans discovered he had been tearing a hole in his boots at least since April.

Sobhi told Onze Masr that Mohamed Salah played despite having a broken toe in the most recent encounter against Guinea. He “cut the shoe off to play and was determined to play despite Liverpool’s opposition.”

which is But according to Anfield, Salah’s ailment was merely a minor toe problem rather than a break, and it will be examined when he returns for preseason practice the following week. He won’t likely be prevented from participating in any activities because of it.

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