All of the latest Liverpool news.
Luis Suarez is waiting to see if he will face disciplinary action from FIFA following an incident while he was playing for Uruguay. Suarez appeared to punch a Chile defender in the face while the pair were grappling at a corner, which would have seen the striker receive a straight red card.
Liverpool’s medical team have revealed that Steven Gerrard could easily play for the club well into his mid-30s. Gerrard is one of the most important players at the club and is continuing to play to a high standard at his current age of 32-years-old. Gerrard has played every minute of Liverpool’s league campaign.
Liverpool centre back Martin Skrtel continues to be linked with a summer switch to Arsenal. Skrtel seems to have fallen out of favour with Brendan Rodgers which means he may be forced to move on this summer in order to go and play regular first team football.
Liverpool have been put on red alert following the news that Dede will be leaving Brazil this summer. The club faces strong competition from Manchester United for the player but they have been heavily tipped as a possible destination for the Vasco de Gama star.
Liverpool have been linked with a move for Henrikh Mkhitaryan of Shakhtar Donetsk. Brendan Rodgers is thought to be a keen admirer of the forward and he’s available at around £12 million according to reports which is well within the reported budget Liverpool have.
Moussa Sow has revealed that he would be happy to play for Liverpool. The Senegalese striker currently plays for Fenerbahce in the Turkish league and has been tipped as a possible cheap alternative to other striker options Liverpool have been linked with.
Philippe Coutinho has revealed that he can see himself staying at Liverpool for a prolonged period of time. The Brazilian signed from Inter Milan last month and has already made a dramatic impact on the side, which has drawn attention from all corners of the football world.
Former Liverpool player Mark Lawrenson has suggested the club need to learn how to win games playing ugly football. Writing in his column in a local paper, Lawrenson suggests Liverpool need to win by any means necessary if they are to finish in the top four this season.