Liverpool consider Candreva bid


Liverpool are set to mould Steven Gerrard into a deep-lying midfielder and could be on the lookout for a more forward thinking player during the transfer window. According to Saturday’s newspapers Liverpool are looking at Lazio’s Italian international midfielder Antonio Candreva.

For this rumor and the rest of Saturday’s transfer gossip, click here.


Liverpool head queue for Porto winger


Liverpool invested heavily in the summer on new players, bringing in the likes of Mamadou Sakho from Paris Saint-Germain and Iago Aspas from Celta Vigo. Most managers in the world soccer would probably tell you their squad can always be strengthened, and it seems Brendan Rodgers is keen to bring in more reinforcements.

The latest name being linked to Anfield is Porto winger Juan Iturbe, who is currently enjoying a successful loan spell with Serie A side Hellas Verona.

For this rumor and the rest of today’s transfer gossip, click here.


9-year old fan grills Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers

You gotta love the innocence of a child.

Brendan Rodgers sat down with a 9-year old Liverpool for an exclusive interview, in which he peppers the Reds manager with hard-hitting questions such as “What would you buy with five pounds?” and “Who is the most naughtiest [on the team]?” (We give you one guess)

If becoming the next Luis Suarez doesn’t quite work out for the kid, maybe he could join the infamous British media one day!



Luis Suarez admits to diving during matches

Trouble always seems to find Uruguayan forward Luis Suarez. This time around, Suarez himself opened the can of worms with his recent admission.

Suarez could face sanctions from Liverpool after admitting he dived during a match at Stoke earlier this season.

The Liverpool forward admitted to “falling” during October’s goalless draw at Anfield in an attempt to win a penalty. Reds boss Brendan Rodgers on Thursday described diving as “unacceptable” and revealed the club would look to take action.

Suarez made the admission to FOX Sports in Argentina, saying: “Football is like that. Sometimes you do things on the field that later you think ‘why the hell did I do that?’