Dejan Lovren joined Lyon in France denied he sang fascist songs after the victories of Croatia in the World Cup or made any homophobic statements on Twitter that he was attacked the former Liverpool player told AFP in Lyon’s interview, where he played from 2010-13. He stated that they distort negatively at once without referring to the ideal song. It doesn’t have anything to do with fascism. Lovren claims that for him, it is a patriotic song about this country that means that he loves his country.
A video emerged after Croatia had been eliminated by Brazil in the Qatar quarter-finals showing the players singing in the changing room with Marcelo Brozovic and Lovren of Inter Milan at the center. Read more “Dejan Lovren – The World Cup Star from Croatia Rejects Accusation of Fascism”
Liverpool legend John Aldridge believes it won’t be a surprise, should Dejan Lovren part ways with the club during the summer transfer window. The Croatia international has improved drastically under the guidance of manager Jurgen Klopp but he has recently found himself dropping down the pecking order for the central defensive position.
In a report covered by The Star, Aldridge said that Lovren no longer has the command for a starting role at Anfield with Joel Matip and Joe Gomez fighting for the second central defensive position alongside Virgil van Dijk, he said: “It would not be a surprise to me to see Dejan Lovren leaving Liverpool this summer. He has certainly improved under the guidance of Jurgen Klopp and his coaching staff, while the presence of Virgil van Dijk alongside him has made a huge difference. I don’t think he is anywhere near as good as he thinks he is and Klopp clearly agrees, as he favoured Joel Matip ahead of Lovren for most of last season and young Joe Gomez is also waiting in the wings as a potential partner for Van Dijk.”
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