A round up of news stories and transfer rumours about Liverpool from the past 24 hours.
Liverpool appear to have already started preparations to celebrate a Premier League title win. The Mail ran a report earlier today, which detailed request for stewards to line the streets for a winners parade in the middle of next month.
Raheem Sterling says the secret behind his form this season is the fact he’s gone back to a naturally aggressive style. The youngster has become one of Brendan Rodgers’ most important players.
“After a good start I started looking for easy options rather than taking a chance myself, beating a man, taking a shot on myself. I'd stopped being natural, all the things that I'd done which got me into the first team in the first place,” he told the Liverpool Echo.
Feyenoord defender Daryl Janmaat has revealed that he will move to the club this summer that gives him ‘the best feeling’ over the future. Liverpool have been linked with the 24-year-old along with Arsenal.
“I'll go to the club that give me the best feeling for the future, which I think is going to be good for my development,” he told Voetbal International.
Liverpool are on red alert according to the Daily Express after PSV admitted they would have to sell Zakaria Bakkali if he didn’t commit his future to the club.
“We have offered Bakkali the best renewal possible, now it's up to him. We won't run after anyone,” said PSV chief executive Marcel Brands.
TalkSPORT has reported that Bayern Munich are weighing up a £10 million move for Barcelona defender Martin Montoya. The 23-year-old recently signed a new deal at the Nou Camp but Bayern and Liverpool are both still thought to be interested in signing him.
Roma have reportedly entered the race to sign Fenerbahce left-back Caner Erkin. The Turkish international is thought to be of interest to Liverpool along with Premier League rivals Arsenal and Chelsea.
“I don't usually like giving names but it is great for the player’s confidence that clubs like Liverpool and Chelsea are showing an interest,” said his agent Batur Altıparmak.
Spanish football expert Terry Gibson says he wouldn’t be surprise if there was real truth behind Real Madrid’s £70 million interest in Luis Suarez, calling the price ‘cheap for them’.
“Real Madrid look to spend that sort of money every year. That’s even quite cheap for them,” he’s quoted by talkSPORT.