Liverpool transfer round-up: Protracted Clyne talks expected, no move on Sterling valuation

A selection of the latest stories in the media involving Liverpool Football Club this Tuesday morning.

Liverpool's negotiations to try and land Southampton defender Nathaniel Clyne could be protracted, according to the Liverpool Echo

This follows on from last summer when the Reds signed Rickie Lambert, Adam Lallana and Dejan Lovren from the Saints - and the relationship between the two clubs is said to be 'frosty'.

Liverpool, however, are said to be prepared to renew their interest in Clyne having had an initial £10 million bid rejected for the 24-year-old with Southampton valuing him closer to £15 million. 

The Echo also reports there have been no fresh bids for Raheem Sterling after Manchester City's £30 million offer for the winger towards the end of last week.

The club's valuation of £50 million is said to still stand with none of the reportedly interested clubs prepared to pay that much for him.

Finally, there have been reports linking Liverpool with a surprise move for Juventus forward Carlos Tevez.

However, Sky Sports suggests that Liverpool are not the side who have offered a deal for the former Manchester United and Manchester City striker, though they claim he has been offered a move back to the Premier League following a very successful season in Italy.

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