The Liverpool team were in training on Thursday, ahead of their Premier League clash with Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium on Monday.
Spirits were undoubtedly high following the Reds' spectacular 4-3 win over league-leaders Manchester City last time out.
Liverpool supporters will be delighted to see that
NEW Liverpool sensation Virgil van Dijk dropped his dad’s name from his shirt over a family feud that has raged since he was 12, The Sun on Sunday can reveal.
Close relatives of the £75million Dutch defender say he has never forgiven his dad Ron for walking out on
WHAT a weekend of FA Cup football it turned out to be.
There were upsets, thrashings, comebacks and controversy.
And plenty of kids in the stands brandishing poor tin foil replicas of the cup itself.
Who said the FA Cup was dead?
Probably me in a previous column actually…
As their one-time shirt
PEP GUARDIOLA chose trying to sign Alexis Sanchez over bolstering his Manchester City defence this January, it can be revealed.
The City boss plans to make a raid for Arsenal's wantaway star following a failed summer deadline day swoop.
He also wanted a new central defender, along with a left-back
THEY paid £75m to stop the goals going in at one end.
Incredibly Virgil van Dijk, making his Liverpool debut in a Merseyside derby, popped up to nod the winner at the other.
It does not get much better than this.
The pressure is on Jurgen Klopp after splashing out a
LIVERPOOL star Philippe Coutinho returned to training amid speculation he will be on his way to Barcelona, having missed the 2-1 win over Burnley at Turf Moor on New Year's Day.
The Brazilian maestro drove his Porsche into the club's Melwood HQ as rumours grow that he will be moving
VIRGIL VAN DIJK claims his move to Liverpool is the “perfect match” for him and his family.
The Dutch defender opted for a world record move to Anfield instead of the joining Manchester City this month.
But the 26-year-old has revealed the Red’s rich history and the current squad lead by
LIVERPOOL may have just splashed out a whopping £75million to sign Virgil van Dijk - but don't forget about Dejan Lovren and Ragnar Klavan.
The two centre-halves were the star men during the dramatic 2-1 away win at Burnley according to The Sun's Dream Tream Ratings.
Klavan bagged the winner
SOUTHAMPTON legend Mick Channon accused Liverpool of ripping the heart out of his beloved club.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp’s latest raid on St Mary’s saw the capture of Virgil van Dijk for a world-record £75million fee for a defender.
The Dutchman follows Adam Lallana, Sadio Mane, Dejan Lovren, Nathaniel Clyne
VIRGIL VAN DIJK has arrived at Anfield for the first time since agreeing his £75million move to Liverpool.
Van Dijk has to wait until New Year's Day before his huge transfer from Southampton goes through as soon as the transfer window opens.
But the Dutch defender was all smiles as
JOSE MOURINHO has hit out at Jurgen Klopp saying the Liverpool boss has been forced to eat his words.
Klopp said he would give up on football if he ever had to spend like Manchester United did on £89million Paul Pogba.
Now he has shelled out £75million on a centre
JURGEN KLOPP has everything set for 2017 - and it couldn't be simpler.
The Liverpool manager set out his New Year's resolution with the following mantra:
"Scoring more, conceding less, easy! I would like to say we can play at our best more often.
"And when we aren’t at our best,
PEP the Purist turned Liverpool over in cold blood.
Manchester City had just won their 18th Premier League game in a row at Newcastle when he was asked whether he had been beaten to Virgil van Dijk.
His answer, a couple of hours after the Reds blew their brains out
THE shock announcement that Virgil van Dijk will become a Liverpool player on January 1 in a £75m deal – a world record for a defender – means the Reds have now spent £166.5m on players from Southampton since the summer of 2014.
The Dutchman becomes the sixth player
THE world record-breaking fee of £75million Liverpool are paying Southampton shows the incredible demand for top class centre-backs at the moment.
This season has seen defenders bought for big transfer fees, it is certainly a great time to be a top class centre-back, imagine how much the likes of
ON Wednesday night, just as fans across the country were recovering from a gluttony of too much turkey and chocolate, Liverpool announced a deal to sign Virgil van Dijk from Southampton for £75million.
The deal makes him the world’s most expensive defender and he will join his new team-mates
VIRGIL VAN DIJK is about to begin the latest chapter of his remarkable career as the world's most-expensive defender - and he will have his gorgeous girlfriend there to support him all the way.
The Holland international centre-back was confirmed as Liverpool's latest signing yesterday in a £75million move
PEP GUARDIOLA insists he was never interested in Virgil van Dijk after seeing the defender complete a £75million move to Liverpool.
Reports claimed the Manchester City boss was keen on doing business with Southampton for the talented centre-back next month.
John Stones and Vincent Kompany have both suffered injury setbacks
WEST HAM defender Jose Fonte has apologised for causing a stir on social media after suggesting Ryan Bertrand could be next to join Liverpool after Virgil van Dijk.
The Dutchman will become the world’s most expensive defender when he moves to Anfield for £75million next month.
Fonte, 34, who played
CELTIC will bag more than £6million from Virgil van Dijk's world record switch to Liverpool.
The Hoops are entitled to a percentage of Southampton's profit after negotiating a sell-on clause in 2015.
Van Dijk completed his switch from Southampton to Liverpool on Wednesday - the highest fee ever paid for
JURGEN KLOPP has told Liverpool fans to "forget" about Virgil van Dijk's £75million pricetag.
Van Dijk, who will arrive on January 1 and wear the No4 shirt, will become the most expensive defender in the history of football.
After being asked by Sky Sports what the Holland international will add
JAMIE CARRAGHER reckons Liverpool could have bagged a bargain in £75million new boy Virgil van Dijk.
The Southampton centre-back will join the Reds on January 1 after agreeing terms over the festive period.
And Anfield legend Carragher has had his say on the latest man to try and fill the
LIVERPOOL have agreed a deal for Southampton star Virgil van Dijk.
The Reds will pay £75million for the Dutch centre-back which would be the highest fee ever paid for a defender.
And Anfield chiefs have confirmed Van Dijk will arrive on January 1 and wear the No4 shirt.
A club statement
LIVERPOOL have agreed a world record £75m deal for Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk, according to reports.
The Telegraph report that the Reds have reached an agreement for the Dutch centre-back which would be the highest fee ever paid for a defender.
Liverpool wanted to sign Van Dijk in the
SOUTHAMPTON have finally admitted defeat in keeping hold of star defender Virgil Van Dijk.
The Saints are reluctant to lose the highly-rated Dutch defender, but will hold out for £70m in the January transfer window.
Van Dijk, 26, has been dropped by Southampton manager Mauricio Pellegrino for the last three
BARCELONA have reportedly joined the race for Virgil van Dijk.
Spanish newspaper Sport claims the Southampton centre-back could be in line for a big-money move to the Nou Camp next month.
Barcelona are resigned to losing veteran defender Javier Mascherano, who has his sights set on a Chinese Super League
PEP GUARDIOLA is preparing a January swoop for in-demand defender Virgil van Dijk.
The Citizens failed to prise the Dutchman away from Southampton earlier this year, but he is still a top target.
Despite sitting comfortably at the top of the Premier League, Guardiola is desperate to bolster his defence.
JOHN TERRY warned Southampton defender Virgil Van Dijk that he doesn't have a divine right to stroll into Chelsea's team.
The Dutchman has been consistently linked with moves to Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and the Blues.
With the opening of the January transfer window just a few weeks away, the
CHELSEA boss Antonio Conte has refused to rule out a January move for Southampton’s defender Virgil van Dijk.
The stylish Dutchman tried to force a move out of St Mary’s in the summer with Liverpool at the front of the queue for his signature.
The Premier League champions were also
SOUTHAMPTON boss Mauricio Pellegrino has admitted he is unsure whether Virgil van Dijk will stay at the club beyond January.
The 26-year-old was unsuccessful in securing a move away from St Mary's in the summer, and was an unused substitute during the 1-0 loss against Chelsea on Saturday.