Blood Red: Klopp gives message of support, the ones that got away and support from Manchester United?

From Jurgen Klopp, to transfer tales of years gone by and also, 'support' from Manchester United. All bases are covered on the latest Blood Red podcast. Guy Clarke is joined by Paul Gorst, Sean Bradbury and Connor Dunn to talk through the latest news regarding Liverpool, before we take a trip down memory lane, once more. First up is reaction from the team to Jurgen Klopp's comments after the Reds manager spoke via a Q&A on club's own website, sharing his thanks for the incredible work the NHS are doing, as well as other key workers, before touching on how the coronavirus outbreak was affecting Liverpool even prior to the suspension of Premier League football. From there we move to talking about transfers that never quite, for one reason or another happened for Liverpool. Whether that be Portuguese winger Simao who looked set to arrive from Benfica, or Alexis Sanchez who instead opted for Arsenal or even Nemanja Vidic who Rafa Benitez held interest in prior to his move to Old Trafford. And talking of Old Trafford, we end on Manchester United's stance that they are keen to see the resumption of Premier League football, with Liverpool set to secure their first Premier League title. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy