However, Liverpool-based journalist James Pearce was quick to refute the claim, taking to Twitter to insist that the club were adamant the player had not requested to leave. Instead, they had upped the ante less than 24 hours before their Premier League opener against Watford, a game for which manager Juergen Klopp said the Brazilian was injured.
Torn ACLs have become the bane of the Miami Dolphins 2017 preseason. Tannehill will be placed on injured reserve, the person said. While Tannehill could have made a decision to rest the knee for six to eight weeks and try to come back from the injury again, surgery was the most viable and likely option.
Trailing when he got the baton on the anchor leg, Bolt powered away and quickly swept past his rivals and had time to look to his right before crossing in 37.95. Just hours after Bolt lost to Gatlin, Coe had said that the American would not have won the gold here had he been handed a lengthier eight-year ban, which would have in essence been a life ban for his second dope offence in 2006.
In a statement yesterday, the club's owners said its "definitive stance" was that "no offers will be considered". Speaking on the BBC's Football Focus , Dublin said: "I don't think he should be at the club, I don't think he should be allowed to play for Liverpool Football Club anymore".
In addition to this is the fact that the 23-year-old has seen game time in the wing back position, which makes him a flawless fit for Conte's charges, who employed a back three liberally last season. Speaking ahead of Arsenal's first game of the new season against Leicester City, Wenger said of Oxlade-Chamberlain: 'I think in his career he had some bad moments because he had some small injuries.
Mounie, who joined the promoted side from France's Montpellier in July, scored his second goal 12 minutes from time in a counter-attack after being set up by substitute Collin Quaner. The defensive resilience that Huddersfield will need in abundance this season was also evident, especially as Palace poured forward in the second half.