People really need to move on....
Sakho is done at LFC.
4 more pages must mean interesting conversation... Oh
People just can't accept that Sakho is good centre back (for whatever reason) and better than four options we have right now.
People also hate that Sakho is doing well and are praying that he makes a high profile mistake in his next game.
News flash, our defence was also absolutely **** when Sakho was here. People acting as if it's the same as selling Suarez and bringing in Lambert.
People also like to rewrite history with his last few games for the club. He was great against Man United and Everton. He was awful at Southampton, at home to Dortmund and his first 45 minutes at home to Spurs was one of the worst centre back performances in recent history.
Do your research before spewing out sanctimonious nonsense . Him and Matip could have changed our tajectory.
Klopp has every right to do whatever he likes but people like you don't need to scrape the bottom of the barel to justify your warped view.
3 matches for Crystal palace 3 clean sheets. Period
Defender impressing on loan at Crystal Palace - and Reds looking to benefit
BY NEIL JONES - LIVERPOOL ECHO
Liverpool are hoping to benefit from Mamadou Sakho’s loan spell at Crystal Palace by demanding as much as £30m for the defender this summer.
The French international has been in impressive form since moving to the Eagles on loan in January, helping spark a significant upturn in form for Sam Allardyce’s side.
Sakho starred as Palace won at leaders Chelsea on Saturday, and Liverpool plan to cash in on the 27-year-old’s form by offloading him at a profit at the end of the campaign.
The Reds are already aware of interest from both Napoli and Southampton, both of whom are expected to lose first-choice centre backs – Kalidou Koulibaly and Virgil Van Dijk – in the summer.
A number of other Premier League clubs, as well as some in La Liga and Serie A, are monitoring Sakho’s situation too, and Liverpool are hopeful they will be able to demand even more than the £20m they asked for in January. Palace did not agree a right-to-buy clause when securing Sakho’s loan deal earlier in the year.
Sakho, despite his successful return to competitive action, has no future at Anfield and will be allowed to leave once the right offer comes in.
The former Paris Saint-Germain star fell out with manager Jurgen Klopp last summer, and has not featured for the Reds since April 2016.
Liverpool believe they showed last summer that they are able to command high fees for players who are surplus to requirements.
Christian Benteke joined Palace for an initial £27m, while the likes of Joe Allen and Jordon Ibe were also sold for good money given their status as squad players at best.
I like the way we conduct business these days.
Sakho is not coming back but I am very happy that he is doing well at Palace. The better he does the more we can ask for him. I can see Palace trying like hell to keep him, and paying more than we did for him
Sakho isn't coming back (unfortunately) so all we can do is get as much as we can for him and but the best finished article defender we can lay our hands on. Will be interesting to see if any of the top six come in for him because I think Sakho improves every defense with the exception of Chelsea and Spurs.
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