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Liverpool transfer news, live! Latest reports, rumors, updates



Liverpool transfer news, live! Latest reports, rumors, updates

Liverpool transfer news continues to intensify, as there is one key area where Jurgen Klopp and the Reds want to strengthen.

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With Darwin Nunez the big name arrival last summer to help limit the impact of Sadio Mane’s departure, Liverpool want to add another big name in midfield and they strengthened an already ridiculously strong attack in January by signing Cody Gakpo.

The Reds came so close to the quadruple in 2021-22 so improving this squad will not be easy but after a shaky Premier League campaign so far, they need some more depth, especially in midfield.

Given their current owners looking for extra investment, it will be intriguing to see which direction they head in over the next few transfer windows.

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Below we roundup the latest done deals, reports and rumors and give our analysis on Liverpool transfer news as Joe Prince-Wright (JPW), Nicholas Mendola (NM) and Andy Edwards (AE) will guide you through a hectic next few months.

Liverpool transfer news, rumors today, live!May 22 – Reds closing in on Mac Allister but Man City lurks

La Nacion in Argentina says that Liverpool has agreed a transfer fee with Brighton and wages with Alexis Mac Allister as a summer transfer could be nearing in the midfield.

Mac Allister, 24, won the World Cup with Argentina this winter and has been part of a spectacular Brighton team, pairing with Moises Caicedo in a dynamic midfield.

The report claims that Mac Allister will cost Liverpool close to $75 million, a huge fee but barely half of what Borussia Dortmund hopes to get for oft-mentioned target Jude Bellingham.

Mac Allister would certainly give Liverpool a playmaking unit up there with anyone in the world, but a spectacular report later Monday claims Man City might try to hop to the front of the Mac Allister line in the case of an Ilkay Gundogan exit.

What’s the better fit for Mac Allister? (NM)

April 18 – Gravenberch angling for Liverpool move after holding talks last week

According to a report from the Mirror, Liverpool held talks just last week with representatives for Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch. The sides reportedly came to a loose agreement on contract terms for a summer move, with a transfer fee still needing to be agreed between the clubs.

Gravenberch joined Bayern from Ajax last summer, but the 20-year-old has reportedly grown frustrated by his lack of playing time and would like to leave this summer. Also last week, Liverpool pulled out of the race for Jude Bellingham, with a pair of starting central midfielders a high priority for Jurgen Klopp’s side. (AE)

April 13 – Klopp and Liverpool have shortlist of midfielders after Bellingham decision

After Liverpool reportedly decided to move on from signing Jude Bellingham due to the huge expected transfer fee of over $160 million, it appears Jurgen Klopp and the Reds have a shortlist of other, more attainable, options. Per our partners in Germany at Sky Sport, Liverpool have another five midfielders lined up to bolster their options in the engine room.

Per the report, Ryan Gravenberch, Nicolo Barella, Matheus Nunes, Declan Rice and Moises Caicedo are the four central midfielders Liverpool want to sign this summer. Rice will have less than a year left on his contract so he could be attainable but there would be severe competition to sign the West Ham skipper, while Caicedo may be a very good option but he could be expensive with Chelsea and Arsenal linked with the Ecuadorian in the past. Barella, Gravenberch and Nunes would perhaps be the cheaper options with the respective Italian, Dutch and Portuguese internationals solid additions but it seems like Rice should be their first choice and their midfield can be built around him. (JPW)

April 9 – Reds ready to joust for pair of World Cup midfielders

Liverpool is looking to Brighton and Real Madrid to fix their midfield.

So say the Sunday papers, with Spanish site Revelo claiming that Liverpool is ready to duel with Chelsea to land Alexis Mac Allister from Brighton.

And Catalan site El Nacional says Liverpool wants to build around Aurelien Tchouameni, as the Real star is playing but not featuring as much as expected in Madrid after his move from Monaco.

Mac Allister’s shown he can star in the Premier League and the World Cup winner won’t come cheap. And might he want to stick around Brighton if the Seagulls and Liverpool are in the same European competition or, perhaps, if Brighton’s in the superior competiton?

As for Tchouameni, you have to ask the same questions. No, he’s not a nailed-on starter in a brilliant midfield behind Eduardo Camavinga, but he’d playing plenty at age 23 and on a perennial Champions League contender.

Mac Allister would seem the easier and less expensive — not my much — lure, but watch out for Chelsea who already has his World Cup-winning midfield mate Enzo Fernandez. (NM)

March 23 – Reds to rival biggest names in world for Florian Wirtz

Bayer Leverkusen phenom Florian Wirtz is back from a major knee injury and has shown he’s fit and firing, recalled back into the Germany set-up.

Fabrizio Romano says Liverpool is ready to rival Barcelona and Real Madrid for his services, while 90min claims that Man City, Arsenal, Tottenham, Newcastle, Bayern Munich, and Borussia Dortmund are in the chase for Wirtz.

Wirtz, 19, has a contract with Leverkusen through the 2026-27 season and his fee will be massive should he continue to show no ill effects of his ACL injury.

The teenager returned to Leverkusen’s lineup in late January and has four assists in Bundesliga play but was a thorn in the side of Monaco and Ferencvaros in the Europa League. He scored twice with two assists in four legs between the two opponents.

Liverpool has a bevy of young attack-minded midfielders in Harvey Elliott and Fabio Carvalho, but Wirtz is legitimately one of the most exciting prospects to come out of the Bundesliga since Kai Havertz and Timo Werner came from Leverkusen and Stuttgart.

Wirtz posted 10 goals and 14 assists in 31 games across all competitions in 2021-22 but suffered an ACL injury in late March. (NM)

March 20 – Reds hope for Wolves double midfield swoop

Football Insider says that Liverpool could turn to Wolves for a pair of midfielders including club captain Ruben Neves.

Matheus Nunes is also a target for Jurgen Klopp, according to the site, who says Liverpool faces serious Neves competition from Newcastle United.

Barcelona is also going after Neves, 26, who could slide into the Blaugranas lineup and refresh the midfield for club legend Sergio Busquets. Barca, of course, also has teen midfield phenoms Gavi and Pedri, and also currently boasts Dutch star Frenkie de Jong. (NM)

March 12 – Roberto Firmino linked with St. Louis City in MLS

Roberto Firmino could be heading to MLS and sign for new boys St. Louis City FC, according to Bleacher Report. The 31-year-old Brazil international is out of contract this summer and it has been announced he will leave Liverpool and won’t sign a new contract. The free agent will have plenty of offers from some huge clubs in Europe given his incredible impact at Anfield over the last eight years. Would a move to MLS be a good idea for Firmino? You have to think he would score plenty of goals and be a star man in STL and there is a strong connection with the new MLS side as their current sporting director Lutz Pfannenstiel was with Firmino in Germany at Hoffenheim. The expansion side have had a great start to life in MLS and adding a player of Firmino’s quality would be a major coup and give them a huge boost but you would think a huge number of MLS sides would be interested in signing Firmino. (JPW)

March 11 – Reds joined by Big Six rivals in pursuit of Lille teenager Carlos Baleba

Carlos Baleba’s only been in Ligue 1 for just over a year, but he’s earned his way to the wishlist of Jurgen Klopp and several other Premier League suitors.

Lille resisted an AC Milan bid for 19-year-old Baleba in January, according to, but the calvary is coming this summer.

Liverpool has been joined by Arsenal, Manchester United, Newcastle, West Ham, and Leicester City in pursuit of Baleba, who will cost near the $35 million Lille got from Everton’s Amadou Onana last summer.

Baleba just turned 19 in January and already has 14 senior appearances. It seems like $30 million is the new $15 million when it comes to teenage talent, and that also seems like it’ll cross off a number of names from the above list.

Baleba as the 6 joining Harvey Elliott and Stefan Bajcetic as 8s — not to mention Fabio Carvalho — would give Klopp four midfielders under the age of 20. (NM)

March 3 – Roberto Firmino to leave Liverpool when contract expires this summer

After eight years at Anfield, Roberto Firmino will leave Liverpool when his contract expires at the end of the current season. The 31-year-old Brazilian has thus far scored 107 goals in 353 appearances since arriving from Hoffenheim in the summer of 2015. In his Liverpool career, Firmino has won the Premier League, UEFA Champions League (twice a runner-up) and the FA Cup.

February 27 – Liverpool among teams chasing Rafael Leao; Salah could leave

Will Mohamed Salah end his Anfield years if Liverpool fails to make the UEFA Champions League? A report from Fichajes says, Yes, and Jurgen Klopp would be fine with it.

Yes, one of the greatest players in Liverpool history could skip town this summer, with the report saying that Paris Saint-Germain could be a destination. The Ligue 1 set could see Lionel Messi, Neymar Jr, or Kylian Mbappe leave Paris this summer or soon afterwards.

Liverpool has restocked its attacking cupboard with powerful (but snakebit so far) Darwin Nunez and Cody Gakpo joining Luis Diaz, and Diogo Jota in the team.

Calcio Mercato says that the Reds could also move on from Diaz if it means landing AC Milan star Rafael Leao in a swap deal.

Leao, 23, has eight goals and six assists across 23 matches in Serie A this season, and the left winger is one of the most sought-after players in the world.

Would you, if you were Jurgen Klopp? (NM)

February 25 – Ryan Gravenberch, Nicolo Barella as Bellingham partner

Reports out of Gazetta dello Sport and Express say that Liverpool’s midfield rejuvenation is well underway.

Jude Bellingham is on every big club’s want list but Liverpool is consistently being named as a favorite for the Borussia Dortmund and England star’s service.

Would he work better with Inter Milan’s Nicolo Barella or Bayern Munich’s Ryan Gravenberch? We may find out on at least one count.

Barella, 26, came up through the ranks at Cagliari before moving to Inter in 2020. He’s an elite playmaker and ball progressor who seeks to find spaces up the pitch to receive it, too.

He has six goals and seven assists in 30 appearances across all competitions this season, and he’s up to 42 caps with Italy.

Gravenberch, 20, moved from Ajax in the summer and has made 22 appearances totaling 665 minutes as of post time, scoring a goal and an assist in cup play against Viktoria Koln.

Before making the move, Gravenberch was one of the most sought-after young players on the market. He’s not on the same level as Barella in ball movement but he’s very good at creating shots and is a harder tackler and defensive presence than Barella.

Liverpool is also named alongside Newcastle, Spurs, and West Ham as a club “monitoring” Mainz’s Anton Stach, via (NM)

February 24 – Jurgen Klopp acknowledges busy summer ahead

Liverpool’s forward ranks have been turned over and its injury list has been long, but the Reds’ have been bossed in the midfield for large portions of this season and things may not be better until the summer.

Jurgen Klopp’s admitted as such, and he’s known it a lot longer than Real Madrid’s 5-2 embarrassment of his Reds at Anfield: His mentality monsters might still be confident but the system’s not going to work without better players.

Then again, it’s difficult to read Klopp’s Friday comments and think he has more ways to fix things than he has reasons they aren’t working in the first place.

In other words, you can’t romanticize the relative efficiency of your club and also be mad about it, especially when a reputation is built on “Jurgen Klopp doesn’t miss on transfers” but also you’re missing on transfers.

Here are a whole lot of Klopp quotes, via The Liverpool Echo:

“Of course, we are not that dumb. It’s not like, ‘Today is not good and now we have to change.’ This is clear, it was always clear. This team has a wonderful history. The way this club is led is by not splashing the money and having a look at if it works out or not. Our transfers always have to be on point. So that makes it really tricky where we cannot make four transfers before we know who will leave the club.

“Last year was not a season for a big change. We played until the last moment. If you want to change again, this club, we can’t just bring in new players and then realise later, ‘Oh, nobody wants to leave.’ It doesn’t work, it doesn’t work like that. That’s why it’s not possible to start it early because we had final after final after final. Played the season until the last minute, played the Champions League final. Then we had a short break, then we have a lot of injuries, and then the World Cup.

“All the problems we knew we would have, this came on top. And now we are in it and I know it’s too long. For me it’s too long because I have to always face you in the press conferences. Believe me, I don’t like to talk about it all the time. But I have to think it all the time. But that’s not as bad as talking about it to be honest, because I don’t have to read it the next day. That’s the situation, I cannot change it.

“Now the people are not happy. We try to fight through and make the best of this season, that’s the idea. And stay in the period as good as a person as you can. If I said, the better you behave in the moment like this, the better the times will be after it. The more useful the bad times are because they have to be useful otherwise they are completely useless.

“But based on the way this club is led. It’s obviously different to other clubs, that’s how it is. But it worked out so far and we have to see if it will work still or if we have to adapt. Let me say it like that. But that’s something for us in the offices, when we are not in the training pitch. And for us, from my conversations with the owners. But that’s it, nothing else. It’s just work.”

Got it? No? Exactly. Jurgen Klopp needs the summer transfer window to get here, that’s for sure. But to say that reaching finals stops them from planning for the future is either an uninspired excuse or an indictment on the brains of every one inside of Liverpool including Klopp himself. The wise money is on the weak excuse. He’s one of the most impressive man motivators, tacticians, and soccer minds of his generation. Certainly he can walk and chew gum at the same time.

It also has to be exhausting to a coach to be outperforming teams but not finishing chances while also making uncharacteristic (in previous seasons) gaffes at the other end. Liverpool is still third in expected goals but is hemorrhaging xGA. It certainly looks like Klopp bet on a handful of mainstays to hold off Father Time for one more season and Father Time was like, “Nah.” And being asked about transfers by journalists might be annoying, but it sure isn’t the worst job on Earth, is it? (NM)

Liverpool completed transfers – January 2023


Cody Gakpo – PSV Eindhoven ($40 million plus incentives)



Liverpool archived transfer news, January 2023January 19 – Liverpool prepare summer move for Mason Mount

England midfielder Mason Mount reportedly wants a raise from Chelsea, who is loading up on young talent amidst its season struggles to stay in the top four mix.

Liverpool sees a good solution for the Blues: Sell Mount to the red part of Merseyside.

The Reds would love to bring Mount to Anfield and the player has only 18 months left on his current deal at Chelsea. One thing that hasn’t often been mentioned about owner Todd Boehly’s big spending is the need to satisfy those who are currently in blue.

Mount would bridge the gulf between old and young midfielders at Liverpool, but how much money would he cost given his status as an England national team player and moving to a direct rival (but also Chelsea’s desire to balance their books)?

Juventus is also linked by The Guardian and Chelsea is said to be readying a new contract offer for Mount… but just something to put onto your radar. (NM)

January 17 – Ruben Neves continues to be linked with Liverpool

It wouldn’t be a transfer window if Ruben Neves wasn’t linked with a move away from Wolves, would it? The Portuguese midfielder is currently the skipper at Molineux and is leading their charge up the table after the appointment of Julen Lopetegui. Per a report from Football Insider, Liverpool want to sign Neves this month as his contract has just over a year left on it. That means Wolves would still get a very big transfer fee for him, but nowhere near the previous $120 million they were quoting clubs.

Given Liverpool’s struggles in central midfield this season, it is believed Jude Bellingham is their preferred long-term target. They probably needs Neves and Bellingham together to rejuvenate their midfield and push them back towards the top four, at the very least. Can we see this happening? It would be pretty crazy for Wolves to sell Neves this month as they battle against relegation. That said, if the offer is big enough then they could sell. (JPW)

January 16 – Jurgen Klopp perturbed with transfer questions

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is the mouthpiece for the club, and the mouthpiece for the club would like to stop answering questions about transfers.

“It must be a language issue,” Klopp said. “It must be, that you ask these questions again and again and again,” he told reporters, via The Liverpool Echo. “I answered it already so often. We look outside as well. It’s not that we are stubborn and think, ‘That’s it. We’ll go with these boys until 2050.’ That’s not how we see it.”

Klopp said he forgave the reporters because he knows they are being asked by their bosses to ask about transfers.

“We are underperforming, definitely. I know that but I cannot sit here and blame everyone else. The players, it is my responsibility that they perform. It’s my first concern, my first job to do. … Yes, we have to strengthen. Oh yes, but is the right time to do it? I can’t see it because of the situation we are in.

“I think I know exactly how the situation is and that’s it pretty much. I can’t change the answer every week because the situation doesn’t change, even when we lose another game since the last press conference.”

Liverpool has brought in Darwin Nunez, Cody Gakpo, and Fabio Carvalho on permanent deals while also loaning in Arthur Melo. Last season, they bought Luis Diaz and Ibrahima Konate.

The Reds looked as mixed up as a hound’s breakfast in their weekend loss to Brighton, a setback that Klopp implied was the worst performance of his managerial career. (NM)

January 16 – Liverpool linked with discount Ruben Neves deal

There are reports that Ruben Neves’ contract situation at Wolves could give Liverpool its latest Anfield discount.

Somehow, the Reds have been able to land players below market price rather often but this one is an easier explanation: Neves only has 18 months left on his deal and Wolves may want to cash in now.

Neves is a sensational midfielder but Wolves would potentially be risking their Premier League status, though perhaps they feel Julen Lopetegui’s system can thrive without Neves.

It’s a no-brainer for the Reds, even in Klopp’s money-complaint world (see update above this one). (NM)

December 29 – Liverpool linked with Moises Caicedo as Brighton sets big price

Brighton and Hove Albion’s strong and inexpensive midfield is the envy of much of the Premier League, but the latter adjective makes Roberto De Zerbi’s club vulnerable to big-money suitors.

That’s going to be a problem as clubs like Liverpool look to strengthen in the January transfer window, and a “liked” Instagram post by one Moises Caicedo is fueling the transfer rumor mill this Thursday.

Liverpool’s said to want the ever-energetic 21-year-old Ecuadorian to help rejuvenate an aging unit led by Fabinho, Jordan Henderson, and Thiago Alcantara.

Caicedo learning from Fabinho could be a match made in Anfield heaven for Jurgen Klopp, and the young, fierce midfielder could also take some lessons from Jordan Henderson.

The pay packet rise and Champions League opportunities would make the minute dip worth the sacrifice for Caicedo, and this one could cost $30-40 million less than Enzo Fernandez. (NM)

December 28 – Liverpool confirms Cody Gakpo transfer

It’s official: Cody Gakpo is part of the Anfield set.

Liverpool announced Gakpo’s arrival on Wednesday with an interview on its web site, and manager Jurgen Klopp issued glowing praise for the Dutch forward.

“There is a lot to like about Cody. He is still only 23 years old but he already has a lot of experience. He was the captain of PSV, he was the Player of the Year in Holland last season and, as a lot of people have just seen, he also had a great World Cup with his national team. So, it is clear that he is already a really, really good player but his age also means he also has the potential to become even better. Offensively, he is very versatile and on top of this we know he is a smart footballer and also a smart person, so we are really excited to be able to work with him.”

There could hardly be a better time for this move whether you’re discussing in terms of the club or the player. Injuries to Luis Diaz and others have opened the door for a strong player to make an instant impact, and Gakpo certainly showed at the World Cup that he’s on his game.

Might this be the difference for the Reds as they charge onward in both the Premier League’s top four race and the UEFA Champions League?

More at (NM)

What did @VirgilvDijk tell Cody Gakpo about the club before the move? 🤔

— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 28, 2022

December 26 – Liverpool in ‘advanced talks’ with Cody Gakpo

Well, well, well. Just when it looked like Manchester United were going to sign Cody Gakpo, it appears their bitter rivals Liverpool are set to swoop in and sign the Dutch winger.

His current club, PSV Eindhoven, have confirmed an agreement has been reached and Gakpo is heading to Liverpool for a medical.

PSV and @LFC have reached an agreement on the proposed transfer of Cody Gakpo.

The 23-year-old attacker will leave for England imminently where he will be subjected to the necessary formalities ahead of the completion of the transfer.

— PSV (@PSV) December 26, 2022

An initial report from The Times said the talks were ‘advanced’ as they look to pip their rivals to sign the Dutch star who was excellent at the World Cup. The 23-year-old is expected to travel to Liverpool for a medical soon and according to The Athletic an initial fee of close to $45 million has been agreed with PSV Eindhoven for Gakpo.

Where would Gakpo slot in at Liverpool? With Liverpool already having Mohamed Salah, Darwin Nunez, Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino in attack, this is going to be intriguing. Gakpo, Nunez and Diaz will be Liverpool’s front three for the next five years plus if all goes well, and that is a trio full of trickery, intensity, clinical finishing and directness. This is a surprising move by Liverpool but it slots in superbly with their recruitment model and Gakpo seems to be the kind of player who is ready to break out in a big way and score 20 plus goals a season in the Premier League. Just like they did with Luis Diaz, Liverpool have snuck in ahead of their rivals. (JPW)

December 22 – Huge offer to arrive for Argentine star Enzo Fernandez?

With Liverpool linked continuously with Jude Bellingham and the quartet of Jordan Henderson, James Milner, Fabinho and Thiago Alcantara either in or approaching the twilight of their careers, it appears Liverpool’s main need is in central midfield.

That is where Enzo Fernandez comes in. The 21-year-old midfielder announced himself to the world at the World Cup as he scored and created goals, snapped into tackles and his driving runs all contributed to him being named the young player of the tournament. In many ways he and Bellingham are very similar players. According to the latest report from Record in Portugal, Benfica have rejected a $105 million bid from an unnamed club for Fernandez. His release clause is said to be around $126 million.

When you think about his qualities as a player, Fernandez would perfectly slot into this Liverpool side. They haven’t been shy about splashing the cash on players needed in key areas of the pitch in the past (Virgil van Dijk and Alisson prove that) and Fernandez slots into that category as Liverpool’s midfield needs strengthening and his signing would allow them to be pretty settled for the next four to five years. Yes, it’s a lot of money for Fernandez and they may pay a premium due to his displays at the World Cup. But he’s still cheaper than Bellingham. (JPW)

July 7 – Joe Gomez signs long-term contract extension

Joe Gomez might not be a first- (or second-) choice center back for Liverpool anymore, with Ibrahima Konate and Joel Matip both out-appearing him last season, but the 25-year-old is keen to continue his seven-year stay an Anfield. Gomez signed a five-year contract through the summer of 2027. Gomez has since spoken to the club’s website:(AE)

“It’s obviously a special moment for me and my family. Another one that you dream of as a kid, and one I don’t take for granted.

“It is an unbelievable place to be. In my eyes, probably one of the best — if not the best — clubs in the world at the minute. The opportunity to extend my stay here was an easy decision to make, really.

“Obviously, I have been here quite a while now, but in the grand scheme of things I still feel young and, like you say, the best years are ahead of me. I have got more to learn and the time to do that.

“I think I have the platform here to do it with the manager and the coaching staff around me and my teammates, to make sure the best years are ahead. I think as a group, the sky is the limit. We want to go one, if not two, better than last season and aim for it all.”

July 1 – Mohamed Salah signs new Liverpool deal

So, updating the note below…

It’s a three-year deal for Salah, who will join holdovers Diogo Jota, Luis Diaz, Roberto Firmino in addition to new signing Darwin Nunez in chasing down Manchester City.

Read more here

The incredible journey continues 😍#SalahStays

— Liverpool FC (@LFC) July 1, 2022

June 25 – Liverpool open to selling Salah this summer

Liverpool are reportedly open to selling Mohamed Salah this summer as the Egyptian star has just one year left on his current contract. The Reds have been locked in talks with Salah for months about a new deal and per a report from the The Sun, Liverpool could sell Salah this summer for $74 million. Per the report, Real Madrid are the club Salah could move to as they look to bolster their attack after missing out on Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland this summer.

Should Liverpool cash-in on Salah just like they did with Sadio Mane earlier this week? With one year left on his contract and no real movement on talks, the situation is pretty similar and Salah has won everything he can at Liverpool. With Darwin Nunez and Luis Diaz arriving over the last six months at Anfield, it feels like Liverpool have already made the moves to replace Mane and Salah long-term. Now it’s all about whether they sell Salah this summer or risk him running down his contract and leaving for free next summer. The latter option would not be good for Liverpool from a business sense, especially as they’ve been very good in terms of net spend and bringing in like-for-like replacements over the last six years. (JPW)

June 22 – Sadio Mane unveiled by Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich is claiming Sadio Mane as a coup for its club and league after the Bundesliga champions unveiled the 30-year-old on Wednesday.

Here’s Bayern board member Hasan Salihamidžić:

“In Sadio Mane a top international star is coming to FC Bayern, who has left his mark on world football. We’re proud to have brought him to Munich. Sadio made it clear from the first minute in our talks that he now only wanted to play for FC Bayern. Everyone knows his outstanding technical qualities as well as his incredible mentality. He will contribute a lot and help to lead our team, which has a great structure. The fact that he’s joining FC Bayern shows that our club and he have big aims. Sadio Mané fits perfectly with the football that FC Bayern play under Julian Nagelsmann.” (NM)

@fcbayernenJune 22 – Liverpool, Monaco agree transfer fee for Takumi Minamino

Takumi Minamino’s time at Anfield appears to be over after Liverpool and Monaco reportedly agreed a transfer fee for the 27-year-old Japan international. The fee is said to be just shy of $16 million, with an additional $3 million possible in add-ons. After signing Minamino for $9 million two and a half years ago, Liverpool are set to make a small profit in the deal (plus any loan fee they received from Southampton in 2021. (AE)

June 21 – Sadio Mane arrives in Munich ahead of move to Bayern

The Senegal star is inching closer to his move to Bayern Munich as he is in Bavaria for his medical. Mane, 30, will soon become a Bayern player after the clubs agreed a fee of over $43 million. Liverpool fans will be sad to see these scenes but Mane leaves a legend as he scored 120 goals in 269 games for the Reds and epitomized what they were all about under Jurgen Klopp. At Bayern he will be the main man (Robert Lewandowski is expected to leave) and it felt like he was keen to have a fresh challenge in his career after winning every trophy possible with Liverpool over the last six seasons. Mane’s incredible consistency, intensity and quality will be tough to replace and he will always be a hero at Anfield. (JPW)

🚨 | Sadio Mané is in Munich for his medical ahead of his move to Bayern Munich. 🇸🇳

— Football Daily (@footballdaily) June 21, 2022

June 19 – Calvin Ramsay arrives from Aberdeen

Highly-regarded right back Calvin Ramsay, 18, has arrived from Aberdeen in a deal reportedly worth $8 million. Ramsay was wanted by plenty of Premier League clubs but Liverpool’s pull was too strong and given Jurgen Klopp’s record of nurturing young talent (Harvey Elliott, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Curtis Jones to name a few) this move makes a lot of sense.

“There’s obviously a pathway here – that’s one of the reasons I chose it as well. It’s not just a massive club, they give young players chances in the first team,” Ramsay said.

“So if I can come in in pre-season, put my mark down, then there’s no reason why I can’t push to get in the first-team squad.”

Ramsay has been sensational for Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership and is a Scotland U21 international already. He will have his work cut-out to replace TAA at right back but perhaps his arrival will allow the Alexander-Arnold to move further forward or even play in central midfield? (JPW)

Ramsay is a Red 🙌🔴

We are delighted to announce the signing of @calvinramsay03 from Aberdeen, subject to international clearance.

— Liverpool FC (@LFC) June 19, 2022

June 15 – Mane closes in on Bayern move

Liverpool is awaiting a fresh bid from Bayern Munich for star winger Sadio Mane, as reports claim the Senegalese has agreed to terms with Germany’s serial champions.

Mane, 29, has been linked to Bayern for some time and Fabrizio Romano says that it’ll be a three-year contract for the forward.

Liverpool has signed Darwin Nunez this summer and added Luis Diaz and Diogo Jota last season to reinvigorate its attack. This asks more questions of Mohamed Salah, who is entering the final year of his deal at Anfield (NM).

June 14 – Darwin Nunez unveiled by Liverpool

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is excited by the potential of his latest massive purchase, especially because possible nine-figure striker Darwin Nunez is already very, very good.

“Darwin is a wonderful player; already really good but so much potential to get even better,” Klopp said. “That’s why it’s so exciting, to be honest. His age, his desire, his hunger to be even better than he currently is. His belief in our project and what we are looking to do as a club.”

Read more about the League Cup and FA Cup winners’ latest big cash splash, here (NM).

June 12 – Liverpool set to sign Darwin Nunez for club-record $105 million

Darwin Nunez to Liverpool looks to be close to completion, as the Uruguayan ace is reportedly on his way to Anfield.

According to Fabrizio Romano, the 22-year-old Benfica star has agreed a six-year contact at Liverpool and the Premier League giants have also agreed a transfer fee with his current club. Per the report, Liverpool will pay Benfica a guaranteed $84 million and could pay up to another $21 million in add-ons. After being on international duty with Uruguay over the last few weeks, Nunez left Uruguay’s camp and has flown to Madrid, Spain and is set to travel to England to complete his medical and sign the contract on Monday.

Darwin Nunez impressed Klopp when Liverpool played against Benfica (Nunez scored in each leg) and is a rising star in world soccer. His aggression, clinical finishing and pace mean he is perfect for this Liverpool team and will slot in well alongside Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah (at least for next season) up top. Liverpool don’t mess around once they identify a player they want to sign and Nunez ticks all of the boxes Jurgen Klopp wants from a striker. This deal make so much sense it’s almost too perfect of a fit. (JPW)

June 8 – Reds ready to break their transfer record for Darwin Nunez

Jurgen Klopp could bring Uruguayan center forward Darwin Nunez to Anfield as the Reds continue to spend as much as much as the next guy. The 22-year-old Nunez is going to cost significantly more than Manchester City paid for Erling Haaland, who had a release clause in his Borussia Dortmund contract.

Liverpool paid Southampton $94 million to acquire Virgil van Dijk. Benfica’s asking price for Nunez is said to start at $106 million, with Manchester United and Atletico Madrid among those also in the discussion and capable of raising the fee. Reports out of Portugal say that Liverpool has met that $106 million fee. (NM)

June 7 – Liverpool lose Aurelien Tchouameni race as Real Madrid seal $107-million deal

Liverpool were reportedly one of three clubs in the final running for Aurelien Tchouameni, but the 22-year-old Monaco midfielder is likely headed to Real Madrid after the reigning European champions got the best of the Reds once more. It’ll be $85 million upfront, with the remaining $22 million available through add-ons. (AE)

June 7 – Liverpool reject opening bid from Bayern Munich for Sadio Mane

Bayern Munich reportedly offered $26 million (plus $5 million in add-ons) for Sadio Mane, but the Bundesliga giants were quickly turned away by Liverpool. Bayern will no doubt be back with another offer, though they hope to cap their costs at around $50 million. (AE)

May 31 – Darwin Nunez on Liverpool’s radar

According to a report from FootballTransfers, Uruguayan forward Darwin Nunez, 22, is a target for the Reds this summer. After a superb season at Benfica the center forward is a wanted man as Manchester United, Newcastle, Real Madrid and several of Europe’s top clubs are chasing his signature. With Sadio Mane looking to be on his way out and question marks over the future of Mohamed Salah, Klopp may need to strengthen this attack this summer. After bringing in Luis Diaz and Diogo Jota over the last 12 months, Liverpool have strength in-depth but Nunez would give them something very different in attack with his hold-up play, runs in-behind and ability to run the channels from a central position. (JPW)

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Major League Soccer launched its latest campaign on the world in February, and there were plenty of changes to watch for the 28th season of MLS.

For one thing, there’s a new way to watch (see below) and it’s going to take some time before it settles in as the new norm for Major League Soccer.

[ MORE: NBC Sports’ MLS hub — Stats, schedule, more ]

The league has also launched a brand new team, as St. Louis City SC acquired a spot in MLS and met the ceremony with substance, winning its first five (5?!?) games and sitting in first place our West.

What else is going on early in the season? Seattle, LAFC, and FC Dallas have continued their history of riding high in the West, while the LA Galaxy , Sporting KC, and Portland are surprising struggles.

Bruce Arena has New England atop the East with FC Cincinnati right there and familiar faces Atlanta, NYCFC, and Columbus in the discussion for prime position in the massive, open playoff race to come once Fall arrives in Major League Soccer.

Jordan Morris of Seattle is leading the Golden Boot chase, followed closely by LAFC’s Denis Bouanga, while Thiago Almada continues to impress in the playmaking department and has posted a league-best five assists.

Read on below for information on how to watch the games, as well as the schedule for the 2023 season.

Major League Soccer schedule, dates, how to watch

Dates: Feb. 25 – Oct. 21 (regular season)

Online: Live updates via

How to watch: Apple TV

Major League Soccer schedule: Week 1

Saturday, February 25 – Monday, Feb. 27

Nashville 2-0 NYCFC

Philadelphia 4-1 Columbus

FC Cincinnati 2-1 Houston

Atlanta United 2-1 San Jose

Charlotte FC 0-1 New England

Orlando City 1-0 New York Red Bulls

DC United 3-2 Toronto FC

Inter Miami 2-0 Montreal

Austin FC 2-3 St. Louis City FC

FC Dallas 0-1 Minnesota United

Vancouver Whitecaps 1-2 Real Salt Lake

Seattle Sounders 2-0 Colorado Rapids

Portland Timbers 2-1 Sporting KC

On repeat all day 🔁

— St Louis CITY SC (@stlCITYsc) February 27, 2023

Major League Soccer schedule: Week 2

Saturday, March 4

LAFC 3-2 Portland

New York Red Bulls 0-0 Nashville

New England 3-0 Houston

Orlando City 0-0 FC Cincinnati

Atlanta United 1-1 Toronto FC

Columbus 2-0 DC United

Inter Miami 2-0 Philadelphia

Chicago 1-1 NYCFC

St. Louis City 3-1 Charlotte FC

Austin FC 1-0 Montreal

FC Dallas 3-1 LA Galaxy

Colorado 0-0 Sporting KC

Seattle Sounders 2-0 Real Salt Lake

San Jose 2-1 Vancouver Whitecaps

Decent left peg, that 🤯@fbernardeschi | #TFCLive

— Toronto FC (@TorontoFC) March 5, 2023

Major League Soccer schedule: Week 3

Saturday, March 11

Charlotte 0-3 Atlanta

Vancouver 1-1 FC Dallas

NYCFC 1-0 Inter Miami

Philadelphia 1-0 Chicago

FC Cincinnati 1-0 Seattle Sounders

DC United 1-1 Orlando City

Toronto FC 1-1 Columbus

Sporting KC 0-0 LA Galaxy

Minnesota United 1-1 New York Red Bulls

Nashville 2-0 Montreal

Real Salt Lake 1-2 Austin

San Jose 1-0 Colorado Rapids

Portland Timbers 1-2 St Louis City

Sunday, March 12

LAFC 4-0 New England


— ATLUTD Academy (@AcademyATLUTD) March 11, 2023

Major League Soccer schedule: Week 4

Saturday, March 18

Seattle Sounders 0-0 LAFC

Montreal 3-2 Philadelphia

Atlanta 5-1 Portland Timbers

New England 1-0 Nashville

Orlando City 1-2 Charlotte

Toronto FC 2-0 Inter Miami

New York Red Bulls 2-1 Columbus

NYCFC 3-2 DC United

FC Dallas 2-1 Sporting KC

Houston 2-0 Austin

St Louis City 3-0 San Jose

Chicago 3-3 FC Cincinnati

Colorado Rapids 1-2 Minnesota United

LA Galaxy 1-1 Vancouver Whitecaps

That Canadian connection 🇨🇦 @RichieLaryea_ ➡️ @OsoJ92 #TORvMIA | #TFCLive

— Toronto FC (@TorontoFC) March 19, 2023

Major League Soccer schedule: Week 5

Saturday, March 25

Portland 0-0 LA Galaxy

Charlotte 1-1 New York Red Bulls

Philadelphia 1-2 Orlando City

DC United 1-2 New England

Columbus 6-1 Atlanta

Inter Miami 2-3 Chicago

Nashville 0-1 Cincinnati

Sporting KC 1-4 Seattle Sounders

Austin 1-1 Colorado

Houston 1-0 NYCFC

Minnesota United 1-1 Vancouver Whitecaps

Real Salt Lake 0-4 St Louis City

LAFC 2-1 FC Dallas

San Jose 0-0 Toronto


— Seattle Sounders FC (@SoundersFC) March 26, 2023

Major League Soccer schedule: Week 6

Saturday, April 1

Toronto 2-2 Charlotte

LA Galaxy 1-2 Seattle Sounders

New England 1-1 NYCFC

Philadelphia Union 0-0 Sporting KC

Orlando City 0-2 Nashville

Columbus 4-0 Real Salt Lake

Cincinnati 1-0 Inter Miami

Atlanta 1-0 New York Red Bulls

FC Dallas 1-1 Portland Timbers

St. Louis City 0-1 Minnesota United

Chicago 0-0 DC United

Colorado Rapids 0-0 LAFC

Vancouver Whitecaps 5-0 Montreal Impact

San Jose 2-1 Houston

Ladies and gentlemen, ✨@fbernardeschi ✨

— Toronto FC (@TorontoFC) April 1, 2023

Major League Soccer schedule: Week 7

Saturday, April 8

DC United 0-2 Columbus

Inter Miami 0-1 FC Dallas

NYCFC 1-1 Atlanta United

FC Cincinnati 1-0 Philadelphia

LAFC 3-0 Austin

New England 4-0 Montreal Impact

New York Red Bulls 1-1 San Jose

Sporting KC 0-1 Colorado Rapids

Houston 3-0 LA Galaxy

Nashville SC 0-0 Toronto FC

Chicago 2-1 Minnesota United

Real Salt Lake 3-1 Charlotte

Vancouver Whitecaps 1-0 Portland Timbers

Seattle Sounders 3-0 St. Louis City

Denis Bouanga, human cheat code. 🎮

— LAFC (@LAFC) April 9, 2023

Major League Soccer schedule: Week 8

Saturday, April 15

Toronto FC 2-2 Atlanta United

Montreal Impact 0-1 DC United

NYCFC 2-1 Nashville SC

Columbus 1-1 New England

New York Red Bulls 1-1 Houston

Charlotte 2-2 Colorado

Chicago 2-2 Philadelphia

Minnesota 1-2 Orlando City

FC Dallas 2-1 Real Salt Lake

St Louis City 5-1 Cincinnati

Austin 0-0 Vancouver

Portland Timbers 4-1 Seattle Sounders

San Jose 3-0 Sporting KC

Sunday, April 16

LA Galaxy 2-3 LAFC

A gift for all of us on @rmhollingshead’s birthday. 🎉

— LAFC (@LAFC) April 16, 2023

Major League Soccer schedule: Week 9

Saturday, April 22

Philadelphia 4-2 Toronto FC

FC Cincinnati 2-1 Portland Timbers

Orlando City 1-3 DC United

NYCFC 3-1 FC Dallas

Charlotte 1-0 Columbus

New England 2-1 Sporting KC

Montreal Impact 2-0 New York Red Bulls

Nashville SC 1-1 LAFC

Houston 1-0 Inter Miami

Real Salt Lake 3-1 San Jose

Colorado Rapids 1-1 St. Louis City

Seattle Sounders 1-0 Minnesota United

LA Galaxy 2-0 Austin FC

Sunday, April 23

Atlanta United 2-1 Chicago Fire

Albert Rusnák makes it 1-0! 💥#SEAvMIN

— Seattle Sounders FC (@SoundersFC) April 23, 2023

Major League Soccer schedule: Week 10

Saturday, April 29

Nashville 3-1 Atlanta United

Columbus 1-2 Inter Miami

Orlando City 2-0 LA Galaxy

New England 1-1 Cincinnati

DC United 3-0 Charlotte

Toronto FC 1-0 NYCFC

Chicago Fire 1-1 New York Red Bulls

St. Louis City 1-2 Portland Timbers

Austin FC 2-2 San Jose Earthquakes

Sporting KC 0-2 Montreal Impact

Real Salt Lake 0-0 Seattle Sounders

Vancouver Whitecaps 0-0 Colorado Rapids

Sunday, April 30

Minnesota United 0-0 FC Dallas

Major League Soccer schedule: Week 11

Saturday, May 6

Toronto FC 0-2 New England

Cincinnati 2-1 DC United

San Jose Earthquakes 2-1 LAFC

Inter Miami 2-1 Atlanta United

New York Red Bulls 0-1 Philadelphia

Montreal Impact 2-0 Orlando City

Charlotte FC 3-2 NYCFC

Houston Dynamo 0-0 Real Salt Lake

FC Dallas vs St Louis City — suspended

Nashville 3-0 Chicago

Portland Timbers 2-2 Austin FC

LA Galaxy 1-3 Colorado Rapids

Vancouver Whitecaps 3-2 Minnesota United

Sunday, May 7

Seattle 1-2 Sporting KC

Major League Soccer schedule: Week 12

Saturday, May 13

Chicago 1-0 St Louis City

Montreal 2-0 Toronto

Atlanta United 1-3 Charlotte

DC United 1-1 Nashville

Columbus 2-2 Orlando City

New York Red Bulls 1-0 NYCFC

Inter Miami 2-1 New England

Sporting KC 3-0 Minnesota United

Austin FC 0-1 FC Dallas

Houston 0-1 Seattle Sounders

Real Salt Lake 0-3 LAFC

Colorado 1-2 Philadelphia

Portland Timbers 2-1 Vancouver Whitecaps

Sunday, May 7

LA Galaxy 2-1 San Jose


— LA Galaxy (@LAGalaxy) May 15, 2023

Major League Soccer schedule: Week 13

Wednesday, May 17

Atlanta United 4-0 Colorado

Philadelphia 0-0 DC United

Toronto FC 0-0 New York Red Bulls

Orlando City 1-1 NYCFC

Columbus Crew 2-0 LA Galaxy

FC Cincinnati 3-0 Montreal Impact

Charlotte FC 2-1 Chicago Fire

Minnesota United 1-0 Houston Dynamo

FC Dallas 2-1 Vancouver Whitecaps

Nashville SC 2-1 Inter Miami

Real Salt Lake 0-0 Portland Timbers

LAFC 1-1 Sporting KC

Seattle Sounders 1-2 Austin FC

Major League Soccer schedule: Week 14

Saturday, May 20

New York Red Bulls 2-1 Montreal — 7:30pm ET

Inter Miami 1-3 Orlando City

Philadelphia 3-0 New England

DC United 3-0 LA Galaxy

FC Cincinnati 3-2 Columbus Crew

Charlotte FC 1-2 Nashville SC

Austin FC 1-0 Toronto FC

Chicago Fire 3-3 Atlanta United

FC Dallas 1-1 Houston Dynamo

Colorado 2-3 Real Salt Lake

St. Louis City FC 4-0 Sporting KC

LAFC 2-1 San Jose Earthquakes

Portland Timbers 0-1 Minnesota United

Vancouver Whitecaps 2-0 Seattle Sounders

Major League Soccer schedule: Week 15

Saturday, May 27

Montreal Impact vs Inter Miami — 7:30pm ET

New England vs Chicago — 7:30pm ET

NYCFC vs Philadelphia — 7:30pm ET

Orlando City vs Atlanta United — 7:30pm ET

Toronto FC vs DC United — 7:30pm ET

St Louis City vs Vancouver Whitecaps — 8:30pm ET

Houston Dynamo vs Austin FC — 8:30pm ET

Minnesota United vs Real Salt Lake — 8:30pm ET

Colorado Rapids vs FC Cincinnati — 9:30pm ET

Seattle Sounders vs New York Red Bulls — 10:30pm ET

San Jose vs FC Dallas — 10:30pm ET

LA Galaxy vs Charlotte — 10:30pm ET

Sunday, May 28

Sporting KC vs Portland Timbers — 3pm ET

Nashville SC vs Columbus Crew — 8:30pm ET

MLS Eastern Conference Standings (Start of Week 15)

NBC Sports’ scoreboard page

MLS Western Conference Standings (Start of Week 15)

NBC Sports’ scoreboard page

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The Premier League’s top-four race has been epic throughout the 2022-23 season, with so many teams battling for two spots in next season’s UEFA Champions League.

Newcastle United took a big step toward sealing its place in the top four by beating Brighton 4-1 on Thursday, and Manchester United did the same by beating Bournemouth at the weekend as Liverpool has not let up its chase to catch them but it seems like they may just come up short.

[ MORE: How to watch Premier League in USA ]

Tottenham had already opened a spot in the top four due to inconsistent performances and Cristian Stellini followed Antonio Conte out the door with Ryan Mason in caretaker charge. Spurs slid down the table while Aston Villa’s surge ended with defeats against Man United and Wolves.

Below is a look at the key fixtures, current form, odds and predictions for the four sides currently chasing a top-four finish and Champions League qualification, plus who will make the Europa League.

Premier League table: Top-four picture

NBC Sports’ standings and scoreboard

Remaining fixtures for top-four contenders

Manchester United: Chelsea (H), Fulham (H)

Tottenham: Leeds (A)

Liverpool: Southampton (A)

Newcastle: Leicester (H), Chelsea (A)

Key fixtures that will decide the Premier League top-four

Saturday, April 1: Manchester City 4-1 Liverpool – Recap, player ratings, video highlights

Sunday, April 2: Newcastle 2-0 Manchester United – Recap, player ratings, video highlights

Tuesday, April 4: Chelsea 0-0 Liverpool – Recap, player ratings, video highlights

Saturday, April 8: Tottenham 2-1 Brighton – Recap, player ratings, video highlights

Sunday, April 9: Liverpool 2-2 Arsenal – Recap, player ratings, video highlights

Saturday, April 15: Chelsea 1-2 Brighton – Recap, player ratings, video highlights

Sunday, April 23: Newcastle 6-1 Tottenham – Recap, player ratings, video highlights

Thursday, April 27: Tottenham 2-2 Manchester United – Recap, player ratings, video highlights

Sunday, April 30: Liverpool 4-3 Tottenham – Recap, player ratings, video highlights

Thursday, May 4: Brighton 1-0 Manchester United – Recap, player ratings, video highlights

Sunday, May 7: Newcastle 0-2 Arsenal – Recap, highlights, player ratings

Sunday, May 14: Arsenal 0-3 Brighton – Recap, highlights, player ratings

Thursday, May 18: Newcastle 4-1 Brighton — Recap, highlights, player ratings

Thursday, May 25: Manchester United vs Chelsea — 3pm ET

Sunday, May 28: Chelsea vs Newcastle – 11:30am ET

Sunday, May 28: Southampton vs Liverpool – 11:30am ET

Sunday, May 28: Manchester United vs Fulham – 11:30am ET

Current form (As of May 20, 2023)

Liverpool’s last 5 results: DWWWW

Newcastle’s last 5 results: WDLWW

Manchester United’s last 5 results: WWLLW

Premier League top-four odds (As of May 20, 2023)

(Betting odds provided by our partner, BetMGM ) BetMGM is our Official Sports Betting Partner and we may receive compensation if you place a bet on BetMGM for the first time after clicking our links.

Newcastle: -20000

Manchester United: -10000

Liverpool: +2500

Prediction for Premier League top-four

(May 5, 2023)

3. Newcastle – 74 points

4. Manchester United – 71 points

5. Liverpool – 69 points

6. Brighton – 65 points

7. Tottenham – 62 points

8. Aston Villa – 59 points

(April 27, 2023)

3. Manchester United – 75 points

4. Newcastle – 70 points

5. Liverpool – 67 points

6. Tottenham – 65 points

7. Brighton – 61 points

(April 2, 2023)

3. Manchester United – 74 points

4. Newcastle – 66 points

5. Tottenham – 66 points

6. Liverpool – 62 points

7. Brighton – 61 points

(March 15, 2023)

4. Liverpool – 72 points

5. Tottenham – 66 points

6. Brighton – 64 points

7. Newcastle – 60 points

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The U20 World Cup takes place in Argentina from May 20 until June 11 as 24 teams full of the best young players on the planet go head-to-head to be crowned World champs.

[ LIVE: Watch the U20 World Cup en Espanol ]

And of course, the USA have plenty of talented youngsters so all eyes will be on Mikey Varas and his squad as they aim to go better than the quarterfinal spot they’ve reached in each of their last three U20 tournaments (2015, 2017, 2019).

England, France, Brazil and hosts Argentina are among the favorites to win the tournament as Argentina stood in at the last minute to host the event after the tournament was moved from Indonesia.

Below is everything you need for the U20 World Cup.

2023 U20 World Cup schedule, start time, dates, how to watch live

When: May 20 to June 11

Group stage kick-off times: 2pm ET, 5pm ET

Location: Argentina

TV channels en Español: Telemundo, Universo

Streaming en Español: Telemundo, Online via

2023 U20 World Cup schedule

All kicks off times ET

Group A


⚽️ Valentin se tomó confianza, regateó y tiró con fuerza para lograr la remontada de la Albiceleste.

🇦🇷 Argentina 2-1 Uzbekistán 🇺🇿

EN VIVO por 📺 @Telemundo y 📱 Telemundo APP ➡️ #U20WC #MundialTelemundo

— Telemundo Deportes (@TelemundoSports) May 20, 2023

Saturday, May 20: Guatemala 0-1 New Zealand – 2pm

Saturday, May 20: Argentina 2-1 Uzbekistan – 5pm

Tuesday, May 23: Uzbekistan vs New Zealand – 2pm

Tuesday, May 23: Argentina vs Guatemala – 5pm

Friday, May 26: New Zealand vs Argentina – 5pm

Friday, May 26: Uzbekistan vs Guatemala – 5pm

Group B


🤯 ¡Increíble! Jonathan Gómez marca en los últimos minutos y le dará la victoria a Estados Unidos 👏

⚽️ @USYNT 🇺🇸 1-0 @LaTri 🇪🇨

🔴 EN VIVO por @Telemundo y Telemundo APP ➡️ #U20WC #MundialTelemundo

— Telemundo Deportes (@TelemundoSports) May 20, 2023

Saturday, May 20: USA 1-0 Ecuador – 2pm (92nd minute winner from Jonathan Gomez)

Saturday, May 20: Fiji 0-4 Slovakia – 5pm

Tuesday, May 23: USA vs Fiji – 2pm

Tuesday, May 23: Ecuador vs Slovakia – 5pm

Friday, May 26: Slovakia vs USA – 2pm

Friday, May 26: Ecuador vs Fiji – 2pm

Group C

Sunday, May 21: Israel 1-2 Colombia – 2pm

Sunday, May 21: Senegal 0-1 Japan – 5pm

Wednesday, May 24: Senegal vs Israel – 2pm

Wednesday, May 24: Japan vs Colombia – 5pm

Saturday, May 27: Japan vs Israel – 5pm

Saturday, May 27: Colombia vs Senegal – 5pm

Group D

Sunday, May 21: Nigeria 2-1 Dominican Republic – 2pm

Sunday, May 21: Italy 3-2 Brazil – 5pm

Wednesday, May 24: Italy vs Nigeria – 2pm

Wednesday, May 24: Brazil vs Dominican Republic – 5pm

Saturday, May 27: Brazil vs Nigeria – 2pm

Saturday, May 27: Dominican Republic vs Italy – 2pm

Group E

Monday, May 22: England vs Tunisia – 2pm

Monday, May 22: Uruguay vs Iraq – 5pm

Thursday, May 25: Uruguay vs England – 2pm

Thursday, May 25: Iraq vs Tunisia – 5pm

Sunday, May 28: Iraq vs England – 2pm

Sunday, May 28: Tunisia vs Uruguay – 2pm

Group F

Monday, May 22: France vs South Korea – 2pm

Monday, May 22: Gambia vs Honduras – 5pm

Thursday, May 25: France vs Gambia – 2pm

Thursday, May 25: South Korea vs Honduras – 5pm

Sunday, May 28: South Korea vs Gambia – 5pm

Sunday, May 28: Honduras vs France – 5pm

Round of 16

Match 38: Tuesday, May 30: Winner Group vs 3rd Group A/C/D – 1:30pm

Match 37: Tuesday, May 30: Runner up Group A vs Runner Up Group C – 5pm

Match 40: Wednesday, May 31: Winner Group D vs 3rd Group B/E/F – 1:30pm

Match 42: Wednesday, May 31: Winner Group C vs 3rd Group A/B/F – 1:30pm

Match 39: Wednesday, May 31: Winner Group E vs Runner up Group D – 5pm

Match 41: Wednesday, May 31: Winner Group A vs 3rd Group C/D/E – 5pm

Match 44: Thursday, June 1: Winner Group F vs Runner up Group E – 1:30pm

Match 43: Thursday, June 1: Runner up Group B vs Runner up Group F – 5pm


Match 46: Saturday, June 3: Winner Match 37 vs Winner Match 40 – 1:30pm

Match 47: Saturday, June 3: Winner Match 42 vs Winner Match 39 – 5pm

Match 48: Sunday, June 4: Winner Match 43 vs Winner Match 32 – 1:30pm

Match 45: Sunday, June 4: Winner Match 38 vs Winner Match 44 – 5pm


Match 49: Thursday, June 8: Winner Match 45 vs Winner Match 46 – 1:30pm

Match 50: Thursday, June 8: Winner Match 47 vs Winner Match 48 – 5pm

Third-place game

Match 51: Sunday, June 11: Loser Match 49 vs Loser match 50 – 1:30pm


Match 52: Sunday, June 11: Winner Match 49 vs Winner mtahc 50 – 5pm

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