The best tweets from the world of football this week, featuring Liverpool’s failure to sign Timo Werner, Jordan Pickford’s attempts at training by himself, and who exactly is the Primark Guardiola.
Liverpool fans were none too pleased about RB Leipzig agreeing terms with Chelsea for star striker Werner.
we’ve somehow managed to get bantered again despite being 25 points clear https://t.co/5dZs451YOf
— 𝓮𝓽𝓱𝓪𝓷 (@OrigiRoIe) June 4, 2020
It all comes down to money at the end of the day.
Liverpool had to ask the government to help pay the wages of their dinner ladies btw and you all thought they'd reach into their pockets to pay Werner's release clause lmaooo
— Pøgba Senior (@TheSaItIsHere) June 4, 2020
The Reds have one Werner at least.
Klopp: I want Werner
John Henry: we have Werner at home
The Werner at home : pic.twitter.com/MeBCTgl4Oq
— kismo (@kxsmo) June 4, 2020
And let’s face it: Kai Havertz isn’t going to Liverpool either.
Am I doing this right pic.twitter.com/2P5EqiOmAm
— mark kastner (@mkstnr) June 4, 2020
This is why Werner has been so successful at Leipzig.
Leipzig's revolutionary double throw-in setup. pic.twitter.com/9R9Zs9lVL4
— István Beregi (@SteveBeregi) June 4, 2020
Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford easing himself back into action.
Fucking hell don’t make it too hard for yourself lad https://t.co/2pqQdhJOIC
— Joe (@_joe7818) June 4, 2020
Football’s answer to fast fashion brands.
When you fluff your lines on the easiest question on the test:
All the respect in the world to Wesley Sneijder for this quote.
Wesley Sneijder says he could have been one of the best players in the world if he had tried harder. pic.twitter.com/3rTAD6EVtX
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) June 6, 2020
Many happy returns to an African legend of the game, Tony Yeboah.
Happy birthday to Eintracht legend Anthony Yeboah! 🥳
Our former striker, who won the @Bundesliga_EN's top scorer award as an Eagles player in 1993 and 1994 and was the league’s first ever African captain, turns 5️⃣4️⃣ today. 🎁🦅#SGE pic.twitter.com/DzBiTtOtZZ
— Eintracht Frankfurt (@eintracht_eng) June 6, 2020