Liverpool have everything - Guardiola lauds Klopp's title challengers

Liverpool spent £44 million on agents' fees over the past two transfer windows as overall payments to intermediaries by Premier League clubs increased 25 percent to £261 million.

But the Reds can go back into first when they face Southampton tomorrow (7.45pm) with City in FA Cup semi-final action against Brighton on Saturday (5.30pm). We have hard games coming up against Liverpool, Manchester United, but you know Chelsea is a top club.

As of now, Liverpool and Manchester City are in the best race to win the title. They also saw by far and away the biggest rise, going from spending £26.8 million in 2017/18 to an eye-watering £43.8 million in the last 12 months.

City will move a point clear at the top if they win their game-in-hand against Cardiff tonight, but McGarry feels they have the tougher run-in of the two title contenders.

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But, they have the grave task of handling Tottenham and United yet.

Confirmation that an eye-watering £260,664,118 went out of the game and directly into the bank accounts of players agents and advisers over the past year will reignite the debate on curbing what has become a rising bill, with Premier League clubs discussing collective plans to control outgoing fees. Tottenham win. April 27/28/29 Leicester vs ARSENAL Brendan Rodgers' men have an extra spring in their step following the Northern Irishman's arrival at the King Power Stadium.

"FIFA is now working with the Premier League and the Football Association to come up with an worldwide framework for regulating what has come to be thought of at times as out of control", Sam Wallace writes.

The Reds, who have played one game more, beat third-placed Tottenham with a stoppage-time victor at Anfield. Draw. MANCHESTER UNITED vs Cardiff Cardiff may need a win to stay in the division but Manchester United will be buoyed on by the Old Trafford crowd if they require a victory to secure Champions League football.

  • Lawrence Cooper