Liverpool is back in action this weekend when the Reds welcome Fulham to Anfield. Jürgen Klopp's men go into the game full of confidence following the 4-0 win against LASK in the Europa League, which cemented top spot in their group. Here's your round-up of the latest Liverpool news.

Liverpool eyes Juventus talent

Juventus talent Kenan Yildiz is being touted as one of the brightest talents in the European game at the moment, with the Turkish star capable of playing across multiple positions in midfield and attack. Juve signed him from Bayern Munich in the summer of 2022, and the 18-year-old has such potential that he's been called up to the main squad by Max Allegri, and has made five first-team appearances this season for the Italian giants. states that Liverpool's sporting director, Jörg Schmadtke, wants to bring the teenager to Liverpool and has 'submitted his name' to Jürgen Klopp, with Schmadtke keen on the player from when he was sporting director of Wolfsburg.

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Whether Juventus would let Yildiz go remains to be seen, with the club suffering financial trouble and looking to build the team around young players such as Yildiz, Nicolò Fagioli and Fabio Miretti.

Klopp hails 'fortress' Anfield

Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp has hailed Anfield once again as a 'fortress' following his side's great start to the season.

In the aftermath of Liverpool's 4-0 demolition of LASK in the Europa League, Klopp commented on the raucous Anfield atmosphere.

"It is our home, it must, must, must be a difficult place to come," said Klopp on the club's record at home this season, which is 100 per cent from 10 home games (via Planet Sport).

"I said to the boys (before the game), I think for every player, if they are not playing at Liverpool and play in a different country, playing at Anfield is a dream.

"But actually it must be a nightmare and that is what we try to do. It didn't work out all the time but when our people are at it, it makes a massive difference."