28 year old Luis Suárez has revealed that competing for major honours is the exact reason he decided to trade his Liverpool legacy for the bright lights of the Nou Camp last season. Suárez was undoubtedly Liverpool’s best player last year but has taken a while to find his feet in Spain.
FC Barcelona have told Arsenal and Liverpool that Pedro is theirs for £15million. The 27 year old still has 15 months on his current contract but has slipped down the pecking order and doesn’t look like getting a look in with the likes of Messi, Neymar and Suárez in front of him.
Alex Song believes he could earn a top club signing this summer and leave West Ham United. But after impressing the Hammer’s fans, Song’s form has taken a drastic hit which is making the club’s boss Sam Allardyce think twice about picking up the ex Cameroon international’s hefty wage bill of £140,000-a-week.
Real Madrid ran amok at Anfield on Wednesday night ahead of the much awaited Clasico on Saturday.Los Blancos won by 3 goals to nil in a comfortable win where Liverpool hardly posed a threat to the 10 times European champions. More on this story
Liverpool are keeping tabs on unsettled Barcelona winger Pedro Rodríguez suggest reports coming out of Spain. The 27 year-old winger is unhappy with his current role as a luxury backup at Barcelona under new coach Luis Enrique. More on Pedro Rodríguez
Brazilian defender Dani Alves is said to be on both Manchester United and Liverpool’s crosshairs for the winter transfer window. Alves’ contract will expire next July and FC Barcelona will try to squeeze some juice out him rather than let him go on a free. More about Alves
According to ESPN,Liverpool are contemplating signing former Barcelona stopper Victor Valdés. Brendan Rodgers wants to provide some healthy competition for his Belgian stopper Simon Mingolet and Valdés fits the bill perfectly. More on Victor Valdés
Liverpool have come out and quashed Barcelona’s claims that they got top striker Luis Suárez for £10M less than anticipated.Barcelona have claimed that instead of paying the full £75M they knocked Liverpool down to £65M, something that the Anfield club deny. More on this story