Peter Crouch thinks one of Liverpool’s attackers is going to be “like a new signing” this season after his stellar start to the new campaign.
Luis Diaz has revealed that he is hugely impressed with Liverpool’s transfer business this summer and says he does not feel pressure wearing the No.7 shirt.
Liverpool signed Luis Diaz in January 2022 but this might be considered his first full season, timed perfectly for Jurgen Klopp’s grand Anfield rebuild.
Liverpool winger Luis Diaz has been urged to stick around at Anfield as the 26-year-old continues to be linked with a move to the Saudi Pro League.
Saudi Arabian outfit Al-Hilal have launched a £43m bid to sign Liverpool winger Luis Diaz this summer, according to reports.
Gabriel Jesus misses chances but he offers a whole lot more, while Man Utd’s man is not Marcus Rashford and Liverpool need this man back.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has said Leeds United “owe us three points” after the Whites’ dramatic victory at Anfield earlier this season.
Liverpool duo Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah are both on Barcelona’s radar ahead of the summer transfer window, according to reports in Spain.
These guys have all missed a significant chunk of the season and could prove to be crucial upon their return after the international break…
Liverpool forward Luis Diaz is facing an uncertain future as Jurgen Klopp looks to once again shake up his attack, according to reports.
There is more talk of Mo Salah leaving Liverpool, who could be willing to chuck another big name in a deal to bring AC Milan striker Rafael Leao to Anfield…
A report from The Athletic has revealed why Man Utd decided against moving for Cody Gakpo before the forward completed his transfer to Liverpool.
Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp has admitted that Luis Diaz’s recent injury setback was like a “proper smash in the face” to him and the player.
Liverpool star admits it’s his ‘childish dream’ to ‘play for a Spanish team’, calls journalists ‘difficult’
Luis Diaz has admitted that it is a “dream” of his to “play for a Spanish team” but he has insisted that he is “grateful” to Liverpool.
Barnes tells Liverpool to copy Arsenal by using three stars to progress out of ‘transitional period’
John Barnes has advised Liverpool that they should use Arsenal as an example as they look to progress out of this “transitional period”.
Luis Diaz was forced off in Liverpool’s 3-2 defeat to Arsenal and was seen leaving the stadium on crutches with a knee brace.
Ralf Rangnick was reportedly “furious” with Man Utd last January as they decided against signing any new players during the winter window.
Liverpool trio are ‘only ones playing well’ this season, pundit identifies Prem star as transfer option
Ex-Liverpool defender Jose Enrique has suggested that Alisson, Harvey Elliott and Luis Diaz are the “only ones playing well” for Jurgen Klopp this season.
Four points behind, a long injury list, a Salah nadir and a three-game suspension for Nunez. It falls to Diaz to keep Liverpool in the running…
“Oh definitely, that is his quality. We need to see but of course, that is his potential.”
Contract renewals aren’t as exciting as shiny new signings, but some of these guys must be the priority for their clubs this summer…
“I want to take advantage of these moments and be happy.”
“He is scoring but not at Salah rates. That’s what we are talking about and that’s the difference.”
“He has been like a breath of fresh air since he came into the team. He has been unbelievable.”
Luis Diaz lit up Wembley with a performance that had everything but the goal. Thomas Tuchel may regret his Romelu Lukaku call…
“He’s quick and direct and if he loses the ball he works his socks off to get it back. Suarez was the same. He ticks every box.”
“He is Liverpool’s top player at the moment, there’s no doubt. You give him the ball and something will happen.”
Not your Salahs or De Bruynes, but a player from every club to take the Premier League by storm when we were expecting little more than a shower…
“From La Guajira. It comes from my roots. I always played football in my town, in my homeland.”
The Colombia international swapped Porto for the Reds in the January transfer window for a fee that could rise to as much as £49m.