Jamie Carragher claimed Cristiano Ronaldo's return had highlighted an existing problem at Manchester United rather than solving it
Jamie Carragher has once again pleaded to Liverpool for extending the contract of star man Mohamed Salah.
Ex Liverpool ace Jamie Carragher hailed Joel Matip for his ability to carry the ball out from the back, insisting he adds something different to Virgil van Dijk
Jamie Carragher has been impressed at Rafael Benitez's impact at Everton, stating the Spaniard knows what the club's fans want.
Jamie Carragher has urged Liverpool to tie Mohamed Salah down to a new contract, hailing the Egyptian international for his services.
The rise of Harvey Elliot has not surprised former Liverpool defender Stephen Warnock, as the youngster has already become a key part of Jurgen Klopp's plan
Glen Johnson believes Liverpool will still challenge for titles this season despite their limited spending in the transfer market
Jamie Carragher and Don Hutchison gave their verdicts on Liverpool's transfer business, with the former pointing a potential problem in the attack
Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has backed Cristiano Ronaldo to make a difference at Manchester United following his return to Old Trafford. Speaking to Sky Sports News (h/t Manchester Evening News), former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has claimed that Manchester United new signing Cristiano Ronaldo will make a big difference for the club on his return. Ronaldo made a surprise return to Manchester United, signing from Juventus after it seemed like he was headed to cross-town rivals City. An icon at Old Trafford, the 36-year-old Portuguese spent six years at the club between 2003 and 2009, scoring 118 goals and winning multiple honours. After successful stints at Real Madrid and, to an extent, Juventus, Ronaldo returns ‘home’ and Carragher has backed the talismanic forward to make an impact at Manchester United. “Of course, he’ll be a big example to everyone in that dressing room, they will be buzzing to see Cristiano train, his good habits to still be performing at […]
Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has given his opinion on the Reds' transfer model, claiming that he is not worried that they did not make too many signings in the summer.