But only if you read this one on Liverpool.
- German luxury automaker BMW says net profit rose 14 percent in the second quarter as earnings were boosted by the new version of the 5-Series sedan.
"Liverpool don't need to sell and the noises out of the club are that they want to reinforce, grow the numbers to compete on all levels".
The Reds are to face-off against Bayern Munich in the Audi Cup this evening.
Ever since the Camp Nou outfit have been heavily linked with a move for Liverpool ace Philippe Coutinho - who is currently their #1 target.
Will Hazard bid his goodbyes to the Chelsea faithfuls?
Whether PSG will be able to sign both Neymar and Coutinho remains to be seen. And according to a report from The Daily Star, Los Cules have targeted three Premier League stars: Chelsea's Eden Hazard, Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho, and Tottenham's Dele Alli.
While, Kylian Mbappe has been his primary target, there are complications in pursuit of the Frenchman, with AS Monaco slapping an astronomical €180 million price tag on him.
Or do they have real, inside knowledge as to Barcelona's movements in the summer transfer market? "Not one player is in doubt about her - that's outstanding", Klopp said. Having achieved a top-four finish last season, anything below that will be considered failure.
Salah has hit the ground running since arriving from Roma for a club-record fee in June, scoring four goals so far in the preseason. The Italian has spent £130m this summer. And although it doesn't straight away guarantee success, more so with one of their most prolific players lost, it does give them a host of options. "That shows his big potential".
Profit rose to 2.21 billion euros ($2.60 billion) in the April-June period from 1.95 billion euros a year earlier.
Murphy said, "Coutinho scored 14 goals last season and that was his best return".
Matt Stanger: 5th. It has been strange summer for Liverpool.
Keita, though, could still try and force through a move - and it seems that the transfer could still have legs.