Record and updates from St James’ Park while Salah begins for visitors

Mohamed Salah - Newcastle United vs Liverpool Live: Scores and updates from St James' Park as Salah starts for the visitors
Mohamed Salah begins Liverpool Amidst Saudi Interest – Reuters/Scott Heppel

04:18 PM GMT

Eddie Howe speaks with Sky Sports

I think we’re committed to performing. We stick in every way and hope we can make it happen again today.

I think there is an expectation of all of us to try and do our best.

We respect Liverpool, we know how difficult the matches are. Hopefully we can come out on top on this one.

Trent is an outstanding footballer and he can really create from that central area.

Eddie Howe

Eddie Howe

04:11 PM GMT

Liverpool warm-up

Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk are Liverpool players

Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk are Liverpool players

Liverpool Wataru Endo

Liverpool Wataru Endo

04:07 PM GMT

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03:51 PM GMT

Liverpool arrival

03:49 PM GMT

Here it is

Liverpool issues a warning about Mohamed Salah As the union weighs tender.

Mohamed Salah

Mohamed Salah

03:47 PM GMT

Jürgen Klopp: The Mohamed Salah case shows that FIFA needs a comprehensive transfer window to protect us from it Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said the prospect of Saudi clubs extending their bid to sign Mohamed Salah beyond the European transfer window underscores why FIFA must take immediate action to unify the rules around the world.

Klopp reiterated his club’s position that Liverpool is not ready to accept any move by Salah after a determined Saudi campaign over the past 24 hours announced that an exceptional offer was imminent.

The Saudis want to put themselves at the top of football’s financial pyramid – using their vast resources to disrupt traditional superpowers – and the Salah deal would be their biggest coup yet.

Read here.

03:42 PM GMT

Fans arrive at St James’ Park at 4.30pm

Fan access 1

Fan access 1

Fans arrive 2

Fans arrive 2

03:40 pm GMT

Wataru Endo He makes his Premier League debut with Liverpool

Wataru Endo

Wataru Endo

03:36 PM GMT

Team news: Newcastle without change; Two changes for Liverpool

Diogo Jota He is benched by Jürgen Klopp as he makes two changes to Liverpool’s winning side Bournemouth Last weekend: Wataru Endo and Joel Matip Come to the starting lineup.

Ibrahima Konate suffers from a muscle problem.

03:33 PM GMT

Team news: Liverpool starting line-up

03:33 PM GMT

Team news: Newcastle starting line-up

03:24 PM GMT

Less than 10 years difference

Here’s what we know so far:

Joe Willock, Emil Krath And Javier Manquillo is not available for Newcastle, however Jolinton He is set to be fit despite sustaining an injury Manchester city last weekend.

Liverpool have received a boost with the cancellation Alexis McAllisterred card. Trent Alexander Arnold He is expected to be fit, but Ibrahima Konate is a doubt with a muscle problem and they will both be without them Curtis Jones and Thiago Alcantara.

03:20 PM GMT

Rain is expected in Tyneside this afternoon

General view of rainwater as Newcastle United fans are seen outside the stadium

General view of rainwater as Newcastle United fans are seen outside the stadium

St James' Park: a general view from inside the stadium

St James’ Park: a general view from inside the stadium

02:54 PM GMT

Dominic Zuboszlay Liverpool title charge expected

by Chris Bascombe

New Liverpool boy Dominic Zuboszlai has taken on the role of his best friend’s boisterous neighbor Erling Halland“We’re coming for your title,” warned the Manchester City striker.

Zuboszli and Haaland formed a relationship during their time at RB Salzburg, with the Hungarian captain buying a house near Manchester, two doors down from Manchester. Norway striker.

But their respect off the field would be fierce rivalry for him, with the £60m signing having no hesitation when asked who would finish higher in the Premier League.

“We are,” he said of Liverpool.

“I always think this way. Even if it is difficult and there are very good teams in the Premier League, we are also very good. We have a very good coach and players. We will do our best and in the end I want to be first.

“I’m that type. I like to win. I like to do everything for the team. If they ask me if I want to win the Premier League, of course I want to win it. If I want to win the Europa League and the FA Cup, same thing. All we can do This year, I want to win everything because no one will ever ask you how you feel when you’re second.”

When asked if it was too early for Klopp’s Liverpool to seriously challenge for the title, especially as City signed another former team-mate Josco Gvardiol“We’ll see,” Zuboszlai said. We have a lot of games. They (City mainly) have a lot of games and we have to play against them as well. I think everyone in the Premier League who has a chance to win, will want to win. We think the same way other players (Haaland and Gvardiol) will think the same way if you ask them.

“He (Haaland) is my really good friend but I don’t really care about that in 95 or 100 minutes. Maybe he doesn’t care either. That’s normal. I’m looking for myself and my team-mates to help and if I’m going to score at the last minute I’ll be happier.”

“I played with Haaland in Salzburg, with Cristo Nkunko At Leipzig and Iosko Gvardiol, I’m also very close to him. Of course they are still my friends, but for 90 or 95 minutes they will not be my friends.

Zuboszlai admits that Haaland’s success at City has inspired him to reach similar heights.

“Yes, he came here and showed himself, scoring more than 50 goals in a season. I knew he was going to do it because I knew his quality.

What he did last year is probably going to continue. But I’m looking forward to continuing with my team. We’re friends but I’m looking for myself.

“Maybe he’s next to two houses. He knows my family, I know his family a little bit. We talk about how they are and how it is. Everyday things, not football, a bit outside. But of course (talk) about football is coming too.”

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