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Liverpool fans can rest easy as reports have emerged suggesting Juventus will not try to sign Luis Suarez. Several sources are claiming the Italian side will switch their attention to out of favour Manchester United forward Javier Hernandez, increasing the chances that Suarez will remain at Anfield.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard says England are ready for dirty tricks ahead of their next two World Cup qualifiers. England are expected to win the matches against San Marino and Montenegro but Gerrard has admitted he is expecting a physical approach from both sides.
Liverpool striker Fabio Borini could return from a shoulder injury before the end of the season. Borini was originally ruled out for the rest of the campaign with his current problem, but Liverpool have revealed that he is improving faster than was expected.
Sebastian Coates says he may be forced to leave Liverpool this summer as he seeks regular first team action. The big centre back has failed to hold down a regular starting place under Brendan Rodgers which he says has forced his hand into looking for a move away.
Liverpool defender Martin Kelly continues to make a good recovery from a knee injury he suffered earlier in the season. The club have revealed that they are planning for Kelly to return in time to play a full part in pre-season training ahead of the next campaign.
TalkSport has reported that Liverpool will make an audacious move to sign Mamadou Sakho from Paris Saint-Germain this summer. The defender has revealed that he wants to play first team football, which paves the way for Liverpool to make a bid this summer.
Liverpool are ready to put their money where their mouths are in the bid to sign Victor Wanyama from Celtic. Reports suggest that Brendan Rodgers’ club will open the bidding with a £10 million offer, which could trigger a bidding war against Manchester United.
Former Liverpool star Jan Molby has defended striker Luis Suarez. Molby has suggested Suarez’s comments about possibly leaving the club are a simple case of the forward considering his options and nothing more, with no agenda from Suarez to leave the club high and dry.
The documentary about Liverpool called Being: Liverpool, has been nominated for a Sports Emmy Award. The series followed the first team over a number of weeks, giving viewers an inside look behind the scenes at the club over how the team is run by Brendan Rodgers.
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