Mohamed Simakan

Liverpool fans react to Mohamed Simakan injury as barren spell continues

Liverpool have been plagued by injures all season. It seems their inescapable curse has transcended to reported transfer targets, too. An injury to Mohamed Simakan effectively rules out any possibility of a January move. Telefoot’s Julien Maynard made the report this week that the English champions liked the look of...
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Liverpool love players like Mohamed Simakan - he seems ideal

Liverpool want RC Strasbourg’s Mohamed Simakan, according to reports. He’s a player who could be ideal for the Reds right now. This comes from Telefoot journalist Julien Maynard. He claims that Liverpool watch the race for Mohamed Simakan closely. And it’s quite a fierce race. Both RB Leipzig and AC...

Journalist's claim suggests Liverpool strategy over Mohamed Simakan

Liverpool like the look of Mohamed Simakan, according to one journalist. It sounds as though they’re taking a particularly approach to it all, though. Telefoot’s Julien Maynard believes Liverpool watch the Mohamed Simakan situation with interest. But they’re not currently involved. Two clubs are, though – AC Milan and RB...

Liverpool keeping tabs on Mohamed Simakan

Strasbourg defender Mohamed Simakan has been linked with a move to Liverpool. According to Telefoot journalist Julien Maynard, AC Milan and RB Leipzig are battling it out to sign the young defender as well. Apparently, they are quite advanced in their pursuit of the 20-year-old centre back and they are...

Who is reported Liverpool target Mohamed Simakan?

Liverpool could be ready to make a late play for Strasbourg centre-half Mohamed Simakan, according to reports. The Reds are keeping tabs on the French-born defender. That’s what TeamTalk are claiming. The report states that the 20-year-old defender has become the subject of interest this month with RB Leipzig and AC Milan also keen.

Liverpool fans react to reports of January move for Mohamed Simakan

Liverpool are keeping tabs on the situation concerning Strasbourg centre-back Mohamed Simakan, according to reports. The Reds are the latest European outfit to join the race for the versatile 20-year-old defender. That’s what Telefoot journalist Julien Maynard is claiming. His report states that Liverpool have joined AC Milan and RB...

Liverpool monitoring Strasbourg centre-back Mohamed Simakan

Liverpool are monitoring the situation of Strasbourg defender Mohamed Simakan, according to Telefoot journalist Julien Maynard on Twitter [via Sport Witness]. The Reds are believed to be ‘keeping abreast’ of the 20-year-old’s situation, with AC Milan and RB Leipzig also showing an interest. Simakan has started all 18 of Strasbourg’s...

The latest round-up of Chelsea-related transfer rumours and stories as the Blues reportedly make contact over Mohamed Simakan move, blow in the David Alaba race and an update on Emerson Palmieri

With the January transfer window now open, Chelsea and Frank Lampard could be tempted to dive into the market to strengthen the squad. The Blues have disappointed in recent weeks and Lampard may be keeping his eye out for some potential signings this month. As well as this, the west...
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Strasbourg defender Mohamed Simakan interesting Chelsea

Strasbourg defender Mohamed Simakan is interesting Chelsea. The Le 10 Sport says Simakan is set to leave the Ligue 1 club in January, with Nice also interested in the 20-year-old. It will be a blow to Strasbourg - who have played Simakan in every match so far this season and...
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Ligue 1 transfer targets: Strasbourg's Mohamed Simakan, Lille's Renato Sanches, Lyon's Memphis Depay and more

The January transfer window is quickly arriving, and France promises once again to be a busy shopping site for a variety of reasons. With the collapse of the Mediapro television rights deal and the impact of Brexit on Premier League clubs' ability to buy French talent in abundance adding to the obvious issue of reduced matchday income because of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, Ligue 1 clubs will be looking to cash in -- if possible.