Poetry in Motion: Just how big a role Rhian Brewster can play - and why Liverpool have no need to sign superstars
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Nearly six weeks since that glorious weekend in Madrid, the best team in Europe are back in action on Thursday night when Liverpool make the short trip to Tranmere Rovers for their first pre-season friendly of the summer. So what should Reds fans heading over to Prenton Park expect? That's the first talking point of another brilliant edition of the Poetry in Motion podcast, hosted as ever by Neil Fitzmaurice and featuring Paul Gorst and Caoimhe O'Neill. There's two highly rated 17-year-old Dutch defenders, there's a Colombian left-back who could be sensing an opportunity now that Alberto Moreno's left, and there is Rhian Brewster, whose role next season comes under big discussion. Fitzy also explains why he's worried about Naby Keita and asks why Liverpool have been linked with big-money moves left, right and centre even though it is becoming clear what the club's transfer policy will be this month and next. Also on the agenda is Jurgen Klopp's faith in Marko Grujic, the importance of Dejan Lovren and Simon Mignolet and whether the duo could and should stay, finding new superlatives for Virgil van Dijk, and how good it would be if the Dutch defender got his hands on the Ballon d'Or. But the talk drifts back to transfers, what the signing of Sepp van den Berg and imminent arrival of Harvey Elliott says, and why it goes to show that Klopp, Michael Edwards and the rest know exactly what they're doing.For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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