Liverpool will win the Premier League title next year according to Dutchman Dirk Kuyt, a former Reds player.

Dirk Kuyt talked about Liverpool and the Premier League title in a chat with Stadium Astro alongside Arsenal legend Tony Adams. The ex-Dutch national team player believes that his former club will bounce back from a disappointing season in the Premier League. The Reds have not been able to defend the league title they won last season.

Ex-Liverpool attacker Dirk Kuyt also said that the Reds need a few signings to get back to the level of challenging Manchester City for the Premier League title. According to him, Liverpool need to strengthen their team in defence and in midfield.


As the transfer window draws closer and closer by the day, Liverpool fans continue to bite their fingers over the future of one of their best and favorite stars, Mohamed Salah. The Egypt international winger's future at Anfield remains up in the air and it has left the Kop faithful worried.

Over the last months, there have been several reports suggesting that the former AS Roma forward will not be having a long stay at Liverpool anymore and has also been linked with a couple of clubs in Europe, especially Real Madrid.


Ex-Liverpool striker Dirk Kuyt is sure that Manchester United talisman Bruno Fernandes is the best player in his position at the moment. Dutchman Dirk Kuyt talked up Bruno Fernandes as the best player in the number ten role in a recent interview monitored by Metro. According to Dirk Kuyt, Bruno Fernandes is the one blocking the path of Donny Van De Beek and a starting spot in the Manchester United XI on a regular basis. Dirk Kuyt has seen his compatriot struggle for starts in a Manchester United shirt in his first season at the club especially in the Premier League. Donny Van De Beek was the biggest signing for Manchester United last summer on the financial end after he signed for the Red Devils for a transfer fee reported to be around £38m. Donny Van De Beek joined Manchester United from Dutch team Ajax Amsterdam, where he had been a regular.


Ex-Liverpool attacker Dirk Kuyt has reportedly turned down the offer to nail down a managerial role for the first time in his new career in football management. This according to RTV Rijnmond as it was revealed that Dirk Kuyt has rejected the chance to become the manager of lower league team Dordrecht. Dordrecht plays their club football in the KeukenKampioenDivisie. Former Dutch national team star Dirk Kuyt is said to be holding out for a bigger managerial job than the one that was offered to him at Dordrecht.

Dirk Kuythas been a youth coach at Feyenoord of the Dutch Eredivisie for sometime and he had to take a break from the job towards the end of last year to cater to his children in the middle of a divorce from his wife. Earlier this week, Dirk Kuyt disclosed that he would be leaving his role at Feyenoord. The Ex-Liverpool attacker is certain that he's ready to test the waters of management at the senior level rather than youth team football and his target is definitely to become a manager outside of Rotterdam.


Dutchman Dirk Kuyt was relatively a successful attacker who scored a lot of goals for his teams either on the international football scene or the club football scene. Dirk Kuyt enjoyed a playing career spanning two decades. His career as a professional football player started at Quick Boys in his native Holland and ended at the same club. After his playing career ended three years ago, Dirk Kuyt ventured into management but he had to quit last year to attend to his family. It was revealed that the Dutchman wants to be with his sons as he goes through divorce. Dirk Kuyt and his wife have decided to go their separate ways after many years together.

Dirk Kuyt started his career as a player at Quick Boys in 1998 and he went on to score three goals in his six league games. It turned out to be the first of his two spells. FC Utrecht signed Dirk Kuyt in 1998 and he scored 51 league goals in over a century of appearances. Dirk Kuyt played 160 times for FC Utrecht in the Dutch Eredivisieduring his time at the club before his big move to Feyenoord in 2003. Feyenoord is widely regarded as the one of the top three clubs in the Dutch top flight. Ajax Amsterdam and PSV Eindhoven are the other clubs that make up the big three in the Netherlands.


Dutchman Dirk Kuyt built a reputation as one of the hardest working footballers on the pitch during his time at Premier League giants Liverpool. Kuyt, 40, spent the most time at Liverpool amongst the clubs he played for during his professional career which ended in 2017. This is despite spending two different spells at Feyenoord whom he left to sign for Liverpool in 2006 for an undisclosed fee. Here are three reasons why Dirk Kuyt became a hero at Liverpool:

1. His hattrickagainst Manchester United – Liverpool and Manchester United share a fierce rivalry dating back to many decades ago and for a Liverpool player to score three goals against Manchester United will always be special for the Reds fans and he also did it in a unique way. Nine years ago, Dirk Kuyt scored three goals from a combined distance of less than six years as Liverpool beat Manchester United 3-1 at home.


Former Red star has said that the Jurgen Klopp men is a "perfect" team and could become the best team in Liverpool history. For him, Jurgen Klopp's team is on the verge of becoming one of the best and most memorable in history.
Liverpool under Klopp won their first league title since 1990 following a brilliant dominant Premier League campaign. After taking charge at Anfield in 2015, Klopp named himself 'the normal one,' saying nothing has changed about him. The German has won Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, the Premier League, and Club World Cup since taking charge at Anfield.

Meanwhile, Dick Kuyt, who spent six years at Liverpool from 2006 to 2012 and scored in the 2007 Champions League final loss to AC Milan, has applauded Klopp's great impact at the club. Kuyt answered "Absolutely," to France Football, when asked if the Reds are a perfect side. "Everyone is in tune," he added.

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