John Henry Set To Sanction Big Player Agreement

The hassling and haggling of transfer fee is getting fiercer as the January transfer window crawls closer.

Liverpool have had a brilliant start to the season, and almost lost grip of their spot in the Premier League log when they clashed with local rivals Everton last weekend.

Their slim win in the extra period over Marco Silva’s men meant they still trailed leaders Manchester City by two points.

Talks bandied about, concerning the Merseyside derby and Klopp’s men came close to ending their 100% unbeaten run.

Klopp will dip into the transfer market in January, says reports in England, but Liverpool have shelved those plans until the turn of the year.

The Reds have turned their attention in-home and are keen on rewarding some of their talents.

Former Manchester City wonder-teen Bobby Duncan tops the list of high flyers the Reds want to reward before he’s snatched up in January.

Reports claim German outfits are already sniffing around the 17-year-old who has banged 12 goals this season in all competitions for Liverpool.

Duncan is replete with talent and creativity. Securing his future from marauding clubs, indeed is the right call from Anfield.