KAA Gent striker Gift Orban has stated that he would prefer to join Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool over Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal and does not have any interest in playing for the Gunners.
According to Gift Orban, who previously stated that he would rather join Liverpool, Arsenal are not equipped to contend for major championships.
The KAA Gent striker has been connected to both Leeds United and Leicester City.
According to SportWitness, when asked what his wildest football fantasy is, Orban responded, “Playing in a big league. At a bar where I’m at ease AND where I play. My ultimate goal is to play in the Premier League. (Laughs) Manchester City, Manchester United, or Liverpool.
“I don’t really like Arsenal that much; they seem disinterested in winning championships. They only play and sell players.
“I’d like to go someplace where people receive prizes. They don’t have time for tiki-taka at Real Madrid; instead, they focus on winning championships there.”
It is doubtful that Liverpool or Arsenal would choose Gift Orban.
We believe it is unlikely that Arsenal or Liverpool will actually try to sign Gift Orban from KAA Gent during the summer transfer window.
Orban plays in a small-scale domestic league and is still very young despite being a very good striker.
The Nigerian is only 20 years old.
In the summer transfer window, Liverpool does not need to add a new striker.
For the former winners of the Premier League and the UEFA Champions League, Mohamed Salah of Egypt, scores goals purely for enjoyment.
In addition, Cody Gakpo, Luis Diaz, Diogo Jota, and Darwin Nunez were available to Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.
We don’t believe Liverpool will try to sign another forward, especially one under the age of 20, because the team already has so many of them.
As far as Arsenal is concerned, Gabriel Jesus is their top striker.
If the North London club does attempt to sign a new striker during the summer transfer window, they will go after a top-tier player who can have an immediate impact at the Emirates Stadium.
Roberto Firmino responds to the special message on his new Liverpool farewell boots
On Saturday in the early afternoon, Roberto Firmino will compete in his final match at Anfield as a member of the Liverpool team.
Adidas, the player’s boot provider, has announced that Roberto Firmino will wear a special pair of boots for his final game at Anfield on Saturday.
The Brazilian will play his final home match against Aston Villa on Saturday after eight years on Merseyside after declining a contract extension earlier this year. Since joining the Reds in the summer of 2015 for £29 million from Bundesliga team Hoffenheim, Firmino has been a key component to their success. He has won every major trophy available and has also appeared in three Champions League finals.
The words to his stadium anthem, Si Senor, were inscribed on the inside sole of Firmino’s special pair of boots for Saturday’s Premier League game, according to video posted by German sportswear giants Adidas on Saturday morning. Conversely, the player’s name is depicted on the exterior of the boot.
Adidas posted a caption on Instagram during the announcement on Saturday that read, “A special boot, for an even more special person.” “My final homecoming as a Red. Bobby, savor each and every second. YNWA.”
The Reds forward is heard calling the boots “amazing” and “top” in the video.
Despite sitting out Liverpool’s previous six games due to a muscular injury, the Brazilian joined the team for training on Wednesday afternoon at the AXA Centre, and Jurgen Klopp later confirmed he anticipates Firmino to be healthy for his team’s penultimate match of the season on Saturday.
However, Firmino won’t be the only Reds player bidding L4 farewell this afternoon. The club announced earlier this week that Naby Keita, James Milner, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will all be leaving Anfield this summer when their contracts expire on June 30.
Since June 2019, the Reds have won every trophy available, and all three players—not just Firmino and Milner—have contributed to that success. Klopp has urged Anfield supporters to show their appreciation for all four players.