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Liverpool could be subject to a multi-million pound sponsorship deal for the re-naming of Anfield. Liverpool are thought to be considering an offer from Qatari Telecoms company Ooredoo although there are conflicting reports online suggesting the rumours may not be true.
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is being tipped to be named as Liverpool’s Player of the Year. Suarez was snubbed in the PFA Players version of the award but he’s the outright favourite to take the top honour for his Premier League goals this season, as he’s still in the hunt for the golden boot.
Atletico Madrid are being tipped as the latest club to make a move for Luis Suarez. Falcao is likely to leave the Spanish side at the end of the season and Suarez is the sort of high profile player who could be tempted away from England to a fresh start in La Liga.
Brendan Rodgers has urged fans of Philippe Coutinho not to over hype the midfielder. Coutinho has had a fantastic impact since he joined from Inter Milan last January but Rodgers insists it’s important to try and keep as little pressure on him as possible ahead of next season.
Barcelona don’t seem ready to give up in their pursuit of Daniel Agger. Links have existed to the Liverpool centre back for a number of months and have simply gathered pace since Barcelona were trounced 4-0 in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final against Bayern Munich.
Liverpool have been dealt a blow in their pursuit of Isaac Cuenca. The forward has been on loan with Ajax and has insisted he wants to spend another season in the Eredivisie on loan with the Dutch giants developing his experience, rather than move to the Premier League.
Liverpool are one of the clubs in the hunt to sign Queens Park Rangers striker Loic Remy at the end of the season. The Frenchman will be available now that QPR have been relegated to the Championship and a price of £8 million is being quoted in several online sources.
If Michu is going to leave Swansea this summer, then it could be to Liverpool or Tottenham Hotspur. However, the realistic price for the Spaniard is likely to be way over the top of what Liverpool can afford with Michael Laudrup rating his striker at a value of over £30 million.
Fabio Borini was delighted with his comeback as he grabbed a goal in the 6-0 win over Newcastle United. Borini has been out with a shoulder problem and missed an earlier chunk of the season with a broken foot. He’s revealed he’s looking to have a bigger impact over the rest of the campaign.
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