A big relief for the Liverpool Football Club as The Premier League has opted out to punish the club for allegedly tapping up Virgil van Dijk, a Southampton defender. Liverpool is accused of tapping up the Southampton defender but The Premier League has reportedly decided not to punish the club. Liverpool Echo’s David Prentice said due to the lack of evidence against Liverpool, The Premier League opted against punishing the club, which means disciplinary action against the club will not be taken and no proceedings will be conducted. The Premier League has conducted a preliminary investigation into it but no evidence was found against the club. Meanwhile, a controversy erupted on the internet, different people have different opinions on it. You should know this matter in detail, so be sticky with this page and must go through it till the end. Swipe down the page.
Is Virgil Van Dijk Arrested?
Numerous reports had simultaneously emerged claiming the player was keen on moving to Anfield which prompted a complaint from the Saints. Liverpool Echo’s David Prentice said, “Southampton have not withdrawn their complaint but accepted an apology from Liverpool three weeks ago and will not push for them to be charged. The Premier League will not take any action unless new information is made available.” Continue reading the article and know more.
People were left in a frenzy after hearing the rumors that the Southampton defender Van Dijk was seeking to move to Merseyside. Meanwhile, the ongoing rumors left the Southampton Legend Matt Le Tissier disappointed. He did not like the way the story was being covered in the media at all. Guardian’s Andy Hunter said. Jurgen Klopp who is the manager of the Reds, met with the Southampton defender in Blackpool to discuss a move and they also have exchanged text messages. Isn’t it shocking? Take a look below and read more shocking claims made by the media.
After the complaint Southampton’s complaint, Liverpool issued a statement on their official website. In the statement, Liverpool put on record their regret over recent media speculation regarding Southampton Football Club and player transfer between the two clubs. Meanwhile, the Reds issued an apology statement and said they will not be seeking to hire the player. Daily Mirror’s John Cross expressed his disappointment for no action would not taken. He said, “Everyone does tapping up, and even when you get caught, it’s ok. So, an open season everyone. Utterly bizarre.” Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.