By Amir Mir
Joe Allen has been named in UEFA’s Euro 2016 team of the tournament after impressive performances for Wales – and Liverpool fans on Twitter congratulated their player and now hope he stays at the club.
As reported by Football Insider, the dynamic midfielder has been linked with a move back to Swansea, but one fan wished he had more years remaining on his contract so they could have got a bigger sum for the midfielder.
The team was decided by a 13 man panel which included, former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, David Moyes and England Under-21s manager Gareth Southgate.
Others praised him for his excellent performances and said the Welshman deserved his spot in the team, alongside Germany’s Toni Kroos.
But, after putting in fine displays for his country, one supporter was hoping manager Jurgen Klopp will give the 26-year-old more of a chance in the first team.
Here are the reactions of Liverpool supporters on Twitter:
Hope #LFC rethink selling Allen now
— Hamood Khalid (@HamoodK75) July 11, 2016
If only Joe Allen had more than a year left on his contract then we could be asking for £20M+ off the back of his Euro2016 performances #LFC
— Paul (@Liverpaul8) July 11, 2016
If Pogba is worth 100m how much for Joe Allen? #lfc
— Micha (@KalashnikLove) July 11, 2016
— Danny Caro (@DjCaro) July 11, 2016
— Imtiaz Karolia (@iakarolia16) July 11, 2016
— Paul Higham (@SportsPaulH) July 11, 2016
— Gareth Bennett (@bennybennett8) July 11, 2016
In other Liverpool news, Dietmar Hamann suggests Jurgen Klopp will bring a Dortmund style mentality to the club.