Liverpool latest: Including Dalglish return and Michu rumour

Kenny Dalglish Watches On

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Kenny Dalglish could be in line for a dramatic return to Anfield as an ambassador for the club. Dalglish was sacked as manager and replaced by Brendan Rodgers but the Fenway Sports Group that owns Liverpool are considering an off the pitch role for the club’s former boss.

Liverpool have once again been linked with a summer move for Swansea City striker Michu. Liverpool were linked with the player over the summer before he completed a £2 million move to go and play for the Welsh club. Reports suggest that Liverpool will have to fork out around £30 million to make the deal a reality.

Liverpool legend Mark Lawrenson has suggested that starting Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge against Manchester United this weekend would be a mistake. Lawrenson has suggested that a better approach would be to allow players to play their normal roles in their best positions as Sturridge starting may mean Suarez playing out of position.

Brendan Rodgers has confirmed he believes Fabio Borini will have an impact for the club on his return from injury. Rodgers says Borini will add great depth to the Liverpool squad, creating different attacking options when he’s fully fit after a broken foot injury.

Liverpool face a battle to hang onto key young winger Oussama Assaidi. Assaidi only joined Liverpool from Dutch club Heerenveen in the summer but TalkSport is reporting that Ajax and Galatasaray are interested in making a move for the player who could be tempted away by the promise of regular football.

Turkish newspapers are reporting that Liverpool have made a bid of £15 million for Fenerbache striker Moussa Sow. Fanatik Gazetesi has reported that Sow wants to leave the club and join the Premier League giants. However, there has been nothing official coming out of Anfield on the reported deal.

Brendan Rodgers has revealed he is on the look out for the next Steven Gerrard or Wayne Rooney. The Liverpool boss says spotting Merseyside talent early and at a young age will help Liverpool to retain its local identity which is important for the club and its supporters.

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has urged Liverpool supporters to behave at Old Trafford this weekend. The comments come amid rumours that a section of Liverpool fans travelling to Old Trafford for the match on Sunday plan to sing songs in celebration of the Munich Air Disaster where several United players were killed.

Liverpool have united with arch rivals Manchester United in a fight for fairer ticket prices. Supporters groups from the two clubs are thought to be spearheading a campaign to try and encourage teams in the Premier League to set lower ticket prices for away fans travelling to games.

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