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Champions League Matchday One Review

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The best club competition in the world returned last week as the new Champions League season got underway with some high-profile matches.

The top teams like Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Chelsea, Real Madrid, and Manchester City all showed that they are true contenders to win the Champions League this season. Meanwhile, other potential contenders like Manchester United, Barcelona and PSG failed to live up to expectations on matchday 1.

Player of the round was undoubtedly Ajax striker Sebastien Haller who scored four goals in Ajax’s 5-1 hammering of Sporting Lisbon.

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RB Leipzig Tickets

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German side RB Leipzig just might be the most disliked side not only in the Bundesliga, but across Europe also.

The club was founded in 2009 when the company Red Bull purchased fifth-tier side SSV Markranstädt. Within seven years they were playing in the top flight in Germany.

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Chelsea Transfer News: Good Summer For The Blues

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While transfer deadline day passed without anymore signings for Chelsea, it was overall a good transfer window for Frank Lampard’s side.

The Blues spent more money than anyone in Europe this summer and they got most of their business done early.

Having saved up funds after two transfer windows of no new players and sales of nearly £200m, Chelsea were in a relatively advantageous financial position in the market compared to basically every other team, all of whom were hit to some extent by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Bayern Munich Win 8th Consecutive Bundesliga Title

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Bayern Munich won their 30th German league title by beating Werder Bremen 1-0 away with a Robert Lewandowski strike to open up an unassailable lead at the top of the Bundesliga table.

The Bavarians moved 10 points clear of second-placed Borussia Dortmund, who have three games left to play, and secured an eighth consecutive league crown.

In a rollercoaster season that saw coach Niko Kovac fired in November with Bayern off the top spots and Hansi Flick taking over, Bayern turned it around after the winter break, are unbeaten since and won their last 11 straight league matches.

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Bundesliga Games To Be Played Behind Closed Doors Until 2021

Stunning news out of Germany as Bundesliga chief Christian Seifert says that it is unlikely that the matches will be played in front of fans until 2021!

That timeline is something that has been whispered recently. But this is the first time that someone with authority in football has made such a public comments.

Germany has managed the coronavirus pandemic as well as anyone in Europe, which puts them in a position to return to training, and competition, before any of the other top five leagues.

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Liverpool Has Most Valuable Squad In Europe

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The research group CIES Football Observatory have just released its most valuable squads in the transfer market from Europe’s top-five leagues, and it is the current European and World Champions who now sit top the pile.

The Liverpool squad is now worth a whopping €1.4 billion (£1.27 billion), which puts them ahead of every other club on the continent. Second is Premier League rival Manchester City at €1.36b.

Spanish giants Barcelona (€1.17b) and Real Madrid (€1.1b) are third and fourth respectively, with Chelsea shockingly in fifth place (€1.08b) despite having been banned from signing players in last summer’s transfer window.

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Klopp Still Defending Liverpool’s Transfer Window

Jurgen Klopp has defended Liverpool’s transfer policy this summer after they spent more than any of their Premier League rivals – £177million in total.

Liverpool made four big-name signings in Alisson, Naby Keita, Fabinho and Xherdan Shaqiri as they strengthened their squad from back to front.

Klopp believes it has come about after years of selling more players than they bought and claims he now has a squad strong enough to compete for the Premier League.

‘My own expectations are always pretty high, we’ll have to make the most of it (the pressure after spending a lot). It’s always my expectation to reach the highest level but it doesn’t work all the time,’ Klopp said.

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Klopp Hints That Liverpool’s Summer Spending Spree Is Over

Jurgen Klopp suggested that Liverpool have finished their summer spending after sealing a world record £65 million deal for Roma keeper Alisson.

So far this transfer window Liverpool have also spent £44m on Monaco midfielder Fabinho and £13m on winger Xherdan Shaqiri from Stoke, as well as confirming the purchase of RB Leipzig’s Naby Keita for £48m.

Klopp’s comments indicate that the Merseysiders’ long-running £60m pursuit of Lyon attacker Nabil Fekir is at an end.

Klopp told Liverpoolfc.com: ‘I don’t know. We will see.

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Most Valuable Squads Now Belong To Premier League Clubs

The most expensive squads in no longer belong in La Liga as a new report has concluded that Manchester City have supplanted Real Madrid and Barcelona as the most valuable squad in world football.

The Premier League leaders are only one of four club sides in the world with a squad valued at over €1billion in the study commissioned by the CIES Football Observatory.

City, who have four players that are considered to be worth more than €100 million, have a transfer value of €1.2bn.

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Liverpool Finally Land RB Leipzig Midfielder Naby Keita

Liverpool have agreed a club record deal for Naby Keita, but the Guinea international will not be joining Jurgen Klopp’s side until next summer.

The RB Leipzig midfielder had Liverpool’s number one target this summer, but the deal appeared to be dead after RB Leipzig rejected a second bid worth £70million for the midfielder.

However, Klopp’s intention was always to return for Keita in 12 months time and Liverpool have now come to an agreement with Leipzig that will see him join for the start of the 2018-19 campaign.