The Reds vice-captain has hailed the German's tenacity in the middle of the pitch as crucial to the Reds' cause.
Here is how we predict Newcastle United and Swansea City will line up this weekend:
The Irons exited the FA Cup with a 2-1 quarter-final defeat.
Here is how we predict Stoke City and Tottenham Hotspur will line up this weekend:
Nottingham Forest and Sheffield Wednesday are also keen on the player.
The former Celtic striker believes Rangers will need to make additions.
Jack Wilshere and Tomas Rosicky are also completing their own recoveries from injury.
The striker has been given two weeks off to get himself in shape for Villa.
The Hammers were knocked out of the FA Cup on Wednesday evening.
Stoke City are still in contention for a Europa league spot, as they sit five points behind sixth placed West Ham United.
West Ham United vice-chairman Karren Brady recently had a chance meeting with Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy.
Tottenham Hotspur defender Jan Vertonghen could have joined Arsenal back in 2012.
Rangers teenager Myles Beerman has been hailed by former striker Gordon Dalziel.
West Ham United attacking midfielder Martin Samuelsen has been on loan at Peterborough United since January.
Pedro Caixinha's Rangers number three watched Norwich City on Monday, and may have been impressed by more than one of their players. Could an Ibrox move be on the cards?
Manchester United should consider the Leeds United defender over his Swedish compatriot Victor Lindelof.
Pedro Caixinha’s Glasgow Rangers will face Celtic in the Scottish Cup this weekend.
Anthony Martial is facing an uncertain future at Manchester United. Should Tottenham make a move for him in the summer?
Sunderland boss David Moyes has given Wahbi Khazri just five starts this season.
West Ham United failed to win against Sunderland in the Premier League last weekend.
Deutsche Bank has reached a settlement in a lawsuit over allegations it manipulated silver futures prices, lawyers for traders said in a court filing.
The CME Group plans to close its New York trading floor by the end of the year, the company said in a Wednesday press release.
What started out as another quiet day in paradise turned into a rolling parade of shocks and minor surprises: Novak Djokovic beaten for only the second time in 30 matches this year, and Aljaz Bedene targeting Rafael Nadal’s once-feared forehand on clay, before losing anyway.