It is easy to forget that Andy Carroll is actually a Liverpool player and is not already a West Ham player given how seamlessly he has fitted into the Hammers fold this term compared to looking like the white elephant that he did at Anfield. With that in mind there is no surprise to hear the Metro reporting that Carroll is West Ham's main target for the summer.
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The Express reports that Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers hasn’t wasted any time in targeting relegated Wigan’s prized assets.
The Lancashire club were finally and almost mercifully put out
After Liverpool scored their sixth goal at St James Park in their clash with the Magpies, a large number of fans had already left the stadium. Many were disgusted at the pitiful performance on show, whilst others just consigned themselves to the fact that perhaps they are about to suffer for the final month of the campaign and will have to fight to stay in the division.
One of the most controversial players to have ever graced the Premier League is up to no good again.
Hipster Brendan Rodgers has said a club does not have to spend 80 million pounds in the summer to challenge Europe's elite and cites Champions League semi finalists Borussia Dortmund as a prime example.
Rodgers, 40, is beginning to turn Liverpool into a footballing forc
Rumours have circulated this week that Xabi Alonso may be in line for a shock return to Liverpool, the club with whom he won the Champions League and began to establish himself as one of the world's best midfielders.
After Liverpool's 3-1 defeat at the hands of Southampton last weekend, it appears increasingly unlikely that the Reds will qualify for the Champions League spot this season. In spite of a steady form book in 2013, Liverpool remain 9 points off 4th placed Tottenham with just 8 games remaining.
Liverpool's 3-2 victory over Tottenham Hotspur was their third league win in a row; the first time they have won three games in succession since April/May 2011, when wins against Newcastle, Birmingham and Fulham made Reds fans believe the turbulent season could end up with a Europa League spot. This was something which seemed far-fetched when Kenny Dalglish took over the managerial reign from Roy Hodgson in January the same year.
Having recently falling down the midfield pecking order at Anfield, could Jonjo Shelvey benefit from a fresh start away from Merseyside?