The Merseysiders intend to sign a new contract with defender Dejan Lovren
Sky Sports claims that the newly-crowned English Premier League Champions want to activate a clause in the 31-year-old Croat’s current contract and extend it until the summer of 2022.

Earlier it was reported that Lovren wants to see Zenit. The St. Petersburg club allegedly offered the Croatian a salary of 2.5 million euros a year and a contract under the “2+1” scheme.

Lovren has been defending Liverpool‘s colours since 2014, having moved from Southampton.

The main candidate for the post of Arsenal coach has been named
Rashid Rakhimov may become the head coach of the Tula team.

The main candidate for the post of Arsenal coach has been named»According to Sport24, the 55-year-old native of Dushanbe, who previously worked at the head of Amkar, Lokomotiv Moscow and Akhmat, among others, is the main contender for the vacant post of helmsman of armorers.

We will remind, before September 2019 Rakhimov was the head of “Ahmad”.

Arsenal Tula parted company with Igor Cherevchenko on July 1 due to unsatisfactory results in the current Russian championship. “Gingerbread” in the table of the Russian Premier League occupy the 8th place. In the 28th round of the season, Arsenal beat Tambov 2-1.

Willian refused to move to Beckham’s inter Miami
The Brazilian intends to stay in Europe.

Willian refused to move to inter Miami Beckhamavinger Chelsea Willian rejected a lucrative three-year deal with inter Miami from MLS and wants to stay in Europe, the Daily Telegraph reports. The 31-year-old Brazilian ends his contract with Chelsea in the summer, and the player is waiting for the end of the season, when the position of the “aristocrats” in the Premier League will be determined. The midfielder wants to play in the Champions League.

It is reported that inter Miami, owned by David Beckham, wanted Willian to be one of the faces of its franchise launched this year.

In the current season, the Brazilian has 9 goals and 8 assists in 34 matches of the Premier League.