Why they welcomed and celebrated their promotion

Southampton confirmed its return to the first division in two seasons after winning 1-0 in the final of the 2023-2024 English Championship (second division) promotion playoff against Leeds United at Wembley Stadium in London, England on the 26th (Korea time).토토사이트넷

Another team celebrating Southampton’s promotion to the Premier League is Liverpool. I have a lot of affection because I have the experience of recruiting Southampton’s players and hitting the jackpot.

The British media Daily Express said, “Southampton, a club that supplies Liverpool players, has returned to the Premier League,” adding, “Southampton and Liverpool have a long history of business transactions in the modern Premier League.”

“FSG, the owner of Liverpool, approved the recruitment of more than six people from Southampton during his tenure at Anfield,” the media said. “Between the summer of 2014 and January 2018, Southampton earned 171 million pounds (about 297 billion won) from Liverpool through Sadio Mane, Adam Lallana and the club record Virgil Pandeyk.”

The most successful recruitment was Liverpool captain Van Dijk. Liverpool brought van Dijk in January 2018 after paying 75 million pounds (about 130 billion won), the highest transfer fee ever paid for a defender. There were concerns that the amount was too large, but his performance alleviated the concern.

Van Dijk came along, and Liverpool lifted one trophy after another. He won the UEFA Champions League in 14 years in his second season of Liverpool in 2018-19, and also won Liverpool’s Premier League in 30 years in the following season of 2019-20. In recognition of his achievement, he ranked second in the Ballon d’Or, which is awarded to the world’s best player in 2019.

There are other success stories, too. Sadio Manet became the top scorer in the Premier League in Liverpool.

Mane left Southampton to join Liverpool in the summer of 2016. A potential player for Southampton, Mane exploded his potential in Liverpool. He played for Liverpool for six seasons, scoring 120 goals in 269 games, and was even the top scorer in the Premier League in the 2018-19 season.

It is difficult for any other player to call it a success, but Liverpool has a good memory and wants to recruit a Southampton player once again. The recruitment target is Alex McCarthy, the Southampton goalkeeper.

McCarthy was not the main goalkeeper this season, but he led his team to promotion by making several saves against Leeds at a time when the main goalkeeper was out due to injury. Football statistics outlet Foot Mob gave McCarthy 7.9 points, the highest rating for both teams.

Liverpool is looking for a candidate for its main goalkeeper, Alisson Becker. The future of Quibin Callacher and Adrian, Liverpool’s candidate goalkeepers, is uncertain. “Liverpool is looking to recruit Alex McCarthy to strengthen its goalkeeper options this summer,” the Daily Express said. “He is currently attracting Liverpool’s attention with his contract about to expire.”

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