RB Leipzig

UEFA clearance will help RB Leipzig retain their best talents this summer

UEFA announced earlier today (Tuesday, June 20th) that both RB Leipzig and Red Bull Salzburg can compete in the Champions League next season after speculations had risen because of the fact that both clubs are sponsored by the Red Bull energy drink company. Both clubs rightfully qualified for the competition in their respective leagues; Leipzig finished second in the Bundesliga and Salzburg won the Austrian Bundesliga title. The Red Bull sponsorship of the two clubs prompted an investigation from UEFA's Club Financial Control Body, but neither club are in breach of the competitions rules and regulations because of the fact that Red Bull does not have a controlling stake of Salzburg anymore - it's just a sponsor (BBC Sport).
Mohamed Salah

Time span of Mohamed Salah deal underlines Liverpool’s stoicism

Mohamed Salah of AS Roma has been heavily linked with a move to Liverpool for what feels like forever, especially for eagerly-awaiting Liverpool fans. Roma had rejected Liverpool's initial bid of £28m towards the end of May and have been holding out for a fee closer to £35m for the Egyptian international . In the latest coming from the rumor mill, the two clubs are on the verge of reaching an agreement for the move and Salah looks set to travel to London [where Liverpool do have offices] as early as Tuesday (June 20th) to finalize the deal. If the deal does go through, Salah will have become Jurgen Klopp's most expensive signing since he's been manager of Liverpool.