Hoy en día la fidelidad solo se ve en los equipos de sonido. (Woody Allen)

And while the wind was largely to blame for the high scores this time, Spieth felt that there were “certainly some dicey pins” and England’s Tyrrell Hatton thought those on the third, 11th and 12th were “stupid”.

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” Mohamed Salah has had another stellar season in the Premier League. The Egyptian netted 22 goals to share the Golden Boot with his team-mate Sadio Mane and Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. “Yes, I know we have one at home. This is a new one” pic.twitter.com/9q8L7fSOgB — Mohamed Salah (@MoSalah) May 12, 2019 /**/ /**/ Unfortunately for Reds fans, his superb displays have once again fuelled speculation of a big money move away in the summer.

Real Madrid have reportedly made ‘initial contact’ with Salah’s representatives over a transfer to the Spanish capital, with the 26-year-old said to be one of Zinedine Zidane’s top targets as he continues to plan his squad overhaul at the Bernebeu. But if Salah was to be lured to LaLiga, who could replace him at Anfield? talkSPORT.com has identifed four players Klopp could target.

LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS gossip Man United news live: Dutch ace wanted as new right-back, West Ham star on radar gossip Liverpool news live: Salah ‘rejects ?150million exit’, Ajax set Ziyech price latest Man United target Dutch defender, Spurs to sell Rose and sign Sessegnon review Women’s World Cup: Netherlands breeze past Cameroon, Canada beat hapless New Zealand gesture Amazing reason Marta pointed to her boots after scoring opener for Brazil royal return AC Milan appoint club legends Boban and Maldini in new roles at the club ‘i was fed up’ The reason why Chelsea midfielder Jorginho nearly quit football latest Arsenal transfer news live: Top target ‘not for sale’, Ziyech to cost just ?30m GOING NOWHERE Bournemouth send firm response to Arsenal over Ryan Fraser interest London bound?https://1xbet.com/en/ Arsenal target Dennis Praet agent confirms interest in player CLINICAL Miedema nets brace to become Netherlands’ record scorer in Cameroon win STAYING PUT Gonzalo Higuain will see out his contract at Juventus, agent confirms Florian Thauvin (Marseille) 4 Thauvin found it tough at Newcastle but has been sensational for Marseille Having struggled to adapt to life in the Premier League with Newcastle, Florian Thauvin has really found his feet in Ligue 1 with Marseille and has been outstanding this season.

The Frenchman has netted 15 goals and added eight assists in 32 matches to cement his name as one of the best performers in the French top-flight this campaign. Finding a player who has composure in front of goal is crucial if Liverpool are to replace Salah, and Thauvin possesses that ability to find the net. Klopp will have to fight to secure his signature however, as AC Milan, Atletico Madrid and Inter have all shown interest in the forward.

Nicolas Pepe (Lille) getty 4 Pepe is one of the most in-demand players in Europe Lille forward Nicolas Pepe has become one of the hottest properties in Europe for his stunning displays in Ligue 1 this season. The 23-year-old has shot to prominence after scoring 22 goals and providing 11 assists in the French division and he is now at the centre of a tug-of-war between Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United.

Having joined Lille in 2017 for around ?10million, his move now seems inevitable after his manager revealed the club were powerless to stop him moving on. “Nicolas Pepe will leave. Life’s like that, football’s like that today,” Galtier is quoted by the Mail. “He is a player of the highest level who will have a big decision to make on the choice of his next club.

There will be a battle between the great European teams.” Pepe can play across the front three but is most accustomed to occupying the right-flank, where Salah is preferred in Klopp’s set-up. Hakim Ziyech (Ajax) GETTY 4 Hakim Ziyech claimed it was a ‘dream’ to play for Arsenal back in 2017 Another player who should be on Klopp’s radar if Salah leaves is Ajax star Hakim Ziyech.https://ar.wikipedia.org/wiki/???_??_?????

Ziyech enjoyed a fantastic season in Amsterdam – helping Erik ten Hag’s side lift the Eredivisie trophy and the KNVB Cup. And, on a personal level, the 26-year-old claimed the club’s Player of the Year award thanks largely to his 21 goals and 24 assists in 49 games. Ajax sporting director Marc Overmars recently revealed Ziyech – who has a release clause of ?25million – is free to leave in the summer.

However, Ziyech recently revealed his preferred destination is Arsenal or Barcelona – although Liverpool’s offer of Champions League football could trump the interest of their Premier League rivals. Steven Bergwijn (PSV) getty 4 Bergwijn has been linked with Arsenal and Liverpool PSV youngster Steven Bergwijn has had a storming season in the Eredivisie.

The 21-year-old was instrumental in his side’s title challenge and scored 14 goals in 33 matches as his side were pipped to the Eredivisie crown by Ajax. Bergwijn also contributed 12 assists this season and although he may not be the finished article just yet, he could be the ideal long-term replacement for Salah if he leaves the club.

Liverpool have been linked with the winger in recent weeks but they face competition from Manchester United, who are also tracking his progress  – and a reported ?30million price tag has been placed on his head. ” ” A resurgent Ian Poulter claimed a share of the clubhouse lead as windy conditions sent scores soaring on the first day of the US Open, with Rory McIlroy among the high-profile victims. Poulter, who was ranked outside the world’s top 200 just 15 months ago, carded a one-under-par 69 to join American Scott Piercy at the top of the leaderboard at Shinnecock Hills.

4 Poulter shares the clubhouse lead at one-under But McIlroy’s hopes of a second US Open title and first major since 2014 were blown away as he slumped to a 10-over-par 80, his worst score in the US Open also equalling his worst in any major from the final round of the 2011 Masters. Playing partners Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson fared little better with rounds of 78 and 77 respectively, while Jason Day shot 79 and former British Amateur champion Scott Gregory slumped to an unfortunate 92, the first score in the 90s in this event since 2002.

4 McIlroy struggled in the windy conditions The last time Shinnecock hosted the US Open in 2004, the USGA were pilloried for allowing the greens to become so dried out that play had to be suspended in the final round so the seventh green could be watered. And while the wind was largely to blame for the high scores this time, Spieth felt that there were “certainly some dicey pins” and England’s Tyrrell Hatton thought those on the third, 11th and 12th were “stupid”.

In contrast Poulter – who hit the pin with his tee shot on the par-three 11th – wore a broad grin when he summarised the set-up as “brilliant” after breaking 70 on the opening day for the first time at this event. “I did not enjoy it at all here in 2004 and through most of the US Opens it feels like you are pulling teeth,” said Poulter, who claimed his first victory since 2012 in the Houston Open earlier this season. “It’s supposed to be tough but this week I’ve changed my mindset. I’m here to enjoy my golf, play freely and just go and play.

It was brutal out there and I’m glad they have widened the fairways otherwise I don’t know what the scores would have been.” 4 Poulter is learning to enjoy golf again McIlroy had been bullish about his prospects after a lengthy spell of preparation at Shinnecock and other courses on Long Island, but after missing from seven feet for birdie on the 10th, his opening hole, he dropped six shots in the next four holes. A birdie on the 15th briefly stopped the rot, but McIlroy bogeyed the 16th and 18th to reach the turn in 42 and then ran up a double bogey on the first after a wayward tee shot.

It is the first time the former world number one has carded three double bogeys in a round in the majors and although he birdied the fifth and sixth, further shots were squandered on the seventh and ninth. 4 McIlroy had been hopeful going into the tournament Since winning in 2011 with a record score of 16 under, McIlroy is a combined 53 over par in the US Open and now needs to emulate Piercy’s reversal in fortunes to have a chance of making the cut, the American walking off the course in frustration at the state of his game on Wednesday. “I was skanking it and lost like five balls in the first four holes. I’m like ‘I’m outta here’” Piercy explained. “I needed some time away so we went back to the house, ordered some pizza and I actually went back on my Instagram. “I looked at some swings that I posted, positions that I was in, saw some drills I was doing and then just ran from there.” With no let up in the conditions, Tiger Woods began his quest for a 15th major title with a triple bogey on the first and a bogey on the second, but birdied the fifth to reach the turn in three over. “

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