Former prominent journalist Ben Smith has tweeted something related to football transfers after a long. Having gone famous during the Brendan Rodgers’ managerial days at Liverpool, it seems Smith still has connections at the club even today, after the tweet he made recently.

A former sports journalist, Smith’s glittering CV includes The Sunday Times, The Times and BBC, having worked closely with several big shouts of the Premier League, conducted interviews with top notch players (Zlatan, Beckham), and managers (Mourinho) alike.

Back in the day, he also broke major football stories particularly the transfers. So for a person of his stature and acumen to make such a tweet would really mean something. The Reds have already signed Mohammed Salah, but things seem to have gone quiet regarding their rest of the targets.

With Liverpool’s business in the summer transfer window looking tumultuous, Smith has tried to simmer the things down by ensuring it will all be fine by next week. Check out his tweet below –




Smith was a close associate to Rodgers and was involved in several transfers before. He knows the club inside out, and the CEO of Laduma – his current designation – has dropped a hint of summer signing coming up in the following weeks.

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