Cesc Fabregas has reportedly contacted Real Madrid president Florentino Perez over a possible Chelsea departure.
Joe Cole has compared his old club West Ham United to the mighty Barcelona for their policy on youth and has hailed emerging talent Reece Oxford.
...in time. After a fan comment stated the belief that Liverpool could not gain the success of Barcelona because 'Barcelona are Barcelona' what does that even mean? How did Barcelona get their and why shouldn't Brendan Rodgers try everything in his power to emulate such success at Liverpool?
It was a disappointing result at White Hart Lane with defeat to the Catalan giants, although fans would not be displeased with the performance from The Young Lilywhites.
White Hart Lane will be the scene of one of the most hotly anticipated games of this year's competition as two of the pre-tournament favourites go head to head, for the first time on live TV.
Using a silly paradoxical example just how difficult is it to arrange a team capable of playing the current hot tactic in world football? Does Brendan Rodgers really have his work cut out at Liverpool?