Jersey number: 6
Team: Liverpool FC
Height: 1.88 m
Market value: 20 Million €
Preferred foot: both
Preferred position: Centre Back
Place of birth: Zenica, Jugoslawien (SFR)
Dejan Lovren is a Liverpool FC player, he plays as a defender.
He likes to play as centre back. He can play well with both feet.
He is older than the average in his team.
His market value is lower than the team average.
Liverpool v Bayern Munich: Dejan Lovren is Liverpool's prime fitness concern
Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Champions League game between Liverpool and Bayern Munich.
Dejan Lovren films Liverpool players stuck in a lift ahead of Bayern Munich clash
Will they get out before Tuesday evening's clash? (Yes, obviously)
Dejan Lovren's bid to be fit for Liverpool v Bayern has him going the extra mile
While Lovren's Liverpool team-mates are training in Spain he has flown even further in hope of recovering to face Bayern
Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren unlikely to be fit in time to face Bayern Munich, admits Klopp
Lovren is still recovering from a hamstring injury sustained last month and the defender did not travel with the rest of the squad to the club's warm-weather training camp in Marbella this week.
Jurgen Klopp issues Dejan Lovren fitness update ahead of Bayern Munich tie
The Croatian hasn't played since limping off in the FA Cup third round defeat to Wolves in January
Dejan Lovren: Liverpool centre-back denies perjury allegations
Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren says he "did not commit any criminal offence" after being charged with perjury in Croatia, in the trial of Zdravko Mamic.
Dejan Lovren denies wrongdoing after being charged with perjury
• Liverpool defender posted a statement on Instagram• ‘I did not commit any criminal offence’Dejan Lovren has denied any wrongdoing after being charged with perjury in Croatia.The Liverpool defender and his fellow Croatia international Luka Modric were caught up in the scandal that brought down Zdravko Mamic, a powerful football administrator, who was sentenced to six and a half years in jail this summer. Continue reading...
Liverpool transfer news: Reds and Everton launch bid for Dejan Lovren's World Cup partner
LIVERPOOL have launched a bid for Dejan Lovren's Croatian defensive partner Domagoj Vida, according to reports.
Dejan Lovren: ‘I want Croatians to remember me, not Bilic and Stimac’
The Liverpool defender is used to hearing about the history boys of 1998 but is confident Croatia’s current generation can go one better and reach the World Cup finalDejan Lovren had a message for Slaven Bilic and Igor Stimac – the twin defensive pillars of Croatia’s fabled 1998 team – and it was surely designed to make them smile. “They have a record of reaching the World Cup semi-finals and I want to beat that and I also want to beat them,” the Liverpool centre-half said. “I want people to remember my name in the future, not theirs.”Lovren has played under the management of Bilic and Stimac for Croatia and he knows how to push their buttons. Perhaps it takes one maverick central defender to know another two. It was put to Lovren that Bilic and Stimac were a little crazy. “Yeah but you need to be crazy in our country,” he replied. “Nobody is normal. I’m not normal.” Continue reading...
Dejan Lovren backing Croatia's World Cup 2018 side to eclipse their best-ever third-place finish of 20 years ago
Their 100 per cent record in the group stage has Liverpool centre-back full of confidence before last-16 clash with Denmark
Dejan Lovren tips Croatia to outdo country’s 1998 World Cup semi-finalists
• ‘We have better players than 20 years ago,’ says Lovren• Luka Modric picked out for praise after defeat of ArgentinaDejan Lovren believes Croatia are capable of eclipsing the achievements of the vintage 1998 team that reached the World Cup semi-finals. Basking in the glow of their remarkable 3-0 victory over Argentina in Nizhny Novgorod, Lovren praised his teammates for nullifying the threat of Lionel Messi and stated that Croatia had no reason to fear anyone in the tournament if they can maintain the same level of performance.Ante Rebic, Luka Modric and Ivan Rakitic scored the second-half goals that condemned Argentina to a humiliating defeat, leaving Jorge Sampaoli’s team on the brink of elimination, and secured Croatia’s place in the last 16 with a game to spare, fuelling hopes that a golden generation of supremely talented individuals, who play for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, can finally deliver collectively at a major tournament. Continue reading...
Champions League final: Real Madrid 3-1 Liverpool - Van Dijk & Lovren reflect on defeat
Liverpool defenders Virgil van Dijk and Dejan Lovren reflect on their Champions League final defeat by Real Madrid.
Liverpool player ratings against Real Madrid: Karius suffers nightmare, Lovren heroic
LORIS KARIUS put in a horrendous display as Liverpool were defeated 3-1 by Real Madrid in the Champions League final.
Liverpool news: Dejan Lovren is ‘100 per cent’ world class - Jurgen Klopp
JURGEN KLOPP is adamant Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren is “100 per cent” world class despite his errors.
EXCLUSIVE: Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp tells Robbie Fowler how Dejan Lovren reacted to being substituted off after 25 minutes of game
The Croatian centre back was hooked off against Tottenham earlier this season - and Fowler asked about the decision and the aftermath
The inspirational message Dejan Lovren wrote to himself as a 12-year-old has finally come true
Liverpool centre-half never doubted he would one day reach the top of world game - and he told himself as much
Dejan Lovren: ‘The only thing similar about Liverpool to 2014 is our name’
The Croatia defender played in the meek defeats by Real Madrid under Brendan Rodgers but says the club are very different nowMemories of Dejan Lovren’s last Champions League encounter with Real Madrid and the similarities with Saturday’s final might once have caused him to wince. Today they inspire only belief. “If I see fear in a team-mate’s eyes I will slap him and say: ‘Come on,’” the Liverpool centre-half explains. “But when I look in their eyes now, the young lads and the experienced lads, they are full of confidence. We are not in the final without a reason.” Kiev is an opportunity for Real to see how far Liverpool have come.The Spanish club were the European champions with a forward line of Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema when they handed Lovren and Liverpool a lesson at Anfield in October 2014. The strikers, two of seven Real players that night who could start in Ukraine, both scored as Brendan Rodgers’ team trailed 3-0 by half-time. Liverpool stemmed that onslaught but it was a hugely underwhelming European campaign that is remembered for Rodgers surrendering before the return at the Bernabéu, where he put Philippe Coutinho, Steven Gerrard and Raheem Sterling on the bench in readiness for a league game against Chelsea that also ended in defeat. Continue reading...
Liverpool news: Dejan Lovren issues bold Champions League claim ahead of Real Madrid clash
DEJAN LOVREN insists Liverpool have played the best football seen in this season’s Champions League but admitted it will count for nothing if they do not go on to beat Real Madrid on Saturday.
Liverpool news: Dejan Lovren makes bold Real Madrid Champions League final prediction
DEJAN LOVREN believes Liverpool will have no problem in beating Real Madrid in the Champions League final.
Liverpool news: Dejan Lovren reveals Real Madrid talks ahead of Champions League final
LIVERPOOL defender Dejan Lovren has revealed he has been in contact with Real Madrid ahead of next week’s Champions League final.
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