Nathaniel Clyne returned to Crystal Palace in October 2020 after eight years away from south London. Check out what the full-back makes of h...
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Now that the season is over, Napoli are looking to the tranfer market for the next season. One of the names pointed out by the sports management is that of the Liverpool player Nathaniel Clyne.
Nathaniel Clyne is making waves down the wing in the Premier League. So much so that 'Sky Sports' has reported that Bournemouth, where he is on loan, Crystal Palace and West Ham are interested in signing him.
Crystal Palace and West Ham have joined Bournemouth in the race for Nathaniel Clyne, according to Sky Sports News.
Jürgen Klopp has already decided the future of up to ten players who will leave Liverpool following the conclusion of this season, according to 'The Mirror', who today named seven of them.
Neil Warnock hit out at Nathaniel Clyne and Liverpool following the full-back's move to Bournemouth. Clyne has now explained his decision.
Neil Warnock watched his Cardiff City side crash out of the FA Cup and then took aim at Liverpool and Nathaniel Clyne.
Trent Alexander-Arnold's rapid development and Nathaniel Clyne's injury woes have left the latter surplus to requirement at Liverpool.
Naby Keita has a neck injury that will keep him out of training for Liverpool, while Nathaniel Clyne has left the club's United States tour.
Liverpool are now 'comfortable' at right-back according to Jurgen Klopp, following the return of Nathaniel Clyne from a long-term back injury.
Liverpool have welcomed Nathaniel Clyne back to full training, although he remains some way short of a first-team return.
Virgil van Dijk will follow the Southampton to Liverpool path. We take a look at how the five previous signings have fared at Anfield.
Liverpool will be without Nathaniel Clyne's services until next year after he had an operation on his back.
Liverpool right-back Nathaniel Clyne could face up to three months on the sidelines after undergoing back surgery, according to 'Sky Sports'.
Liverpool right-back Nathaniel Clyne is set for a length spell on the sidelines according to manager Jurgen Klopp.
All of the clubs that will compete in this year's edition of the Champions League group stages have now submitted their 25-man squad lists. However, there isn't always space for everyone. We take a look a ten stars who failed to make the cut.
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