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  1. Transfer news: Salah is likely to leave for free next summerpublished at 08:00

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    Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah, is expected to leave at the end of the 2022-23 season as a free agent. Salah has scored 156 goals in 254 appearances since joining the Reds in 2017. (Mirror), external

    Meanwhile, Borussia Dortmund and England midfielder Jude Bellingham will be Real Madrid's main transfer target next summer, although the Spanish club face competition from the Reds and Chelsea. (AS, via Mail), external

    Want more transfer news? Read Tuesday's full gossip column

  2. 'Unselfish' Henderson has 'had transformative effect'published at 17:06 27 June

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    England manager Gareth Southgate has joined the crowd praising the unsung impact of Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson.

    Speaking on the new Nike Football documentary, external - 'Jordan Henderson is Never Done' - Southgate recognises the character traits that make the Liverpool midfielder invaluable.

    "He has a very unselfish manner," says Southgate. "He thinks about what's right for the group and how to help people become a better version of themselves.

    "He does it quietly but over a period of time it has had a transformative effect.

    "You want people with good values who can be authentic to their own qualities and natural style and Hendo has that.

    "First and foremost, he is a bloody good bloke."

    Henderson has won 69 caps for England since his debut in November 2010 and remains an integral part of Southgate's squad before the World Cup in Qatar later this year.

    "He has had to fight along the way to prove himself," Southgate says. "It's taken grit, it's taken determination and that's what life is all about."

  3. 'I always want to prove people wrong' - Hendersonpublished at 15:11 27 June

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    Jordan Henderson's motivation has "always been to prove people wrong" and the Liverpool captain never wants that to change.

    That's a key message in Nike Football's new documentary, external - 'Jordan Henderson is Never Done' - where the story of his Sunderland roots through to his outstanding record as skipper under Jurgen Klopp is told.

    "When you lose a big game or a final, the motivation can stay with you for a long time," he says. "It can energise you and give you more fuel to put it right.

    "My motivation has always been to prove people wrong. I've learned to deal with it and use it in a positive way."

    His manager appears on the film and is glowing about his number 14.

    "When things are going well, everyone is vocal and keeping the boys going but when it's not going well, you still need someone to do that," Klopp says.

    "On top of that, he's a great footballer and we shouldn't forget that. All of this makes him the perfect captain for Liverpool."

  4. What is your favourite Liverpool shirt from the Premier League era?published at 16:35 24 June

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    As the Premier League prepares for its 30th anniversary, we want to know what your favourite Liverpool kit is from this era.

    You've seen the shirt for the upcoming season, but tell us your pick from the past three decades and which memory stands out?

    Have your say here

  5. Remembering a special night that left Reds on the brinkpublished at 15:14 24 June

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  6. Do Liverpool already have 'ideal ingredients' or is midfield attention 'critical'?published at 14:52 23 June

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    We asked if strengthening Liverpool's midfield should be Jurgen Klopp's priority this summer, or whether patience is key.

    Here are some of your comments:

    Bob: Need for midfield addition is critical, as shown last season many are injury prone. We need a new version of Henderson's power to compliment Fabinho and Thiago's class.

    Paul: Midfield dominance should be a priority. Current team members are getting on and not able to maintain peak fitness over 90 minutes. This area of the team needs strengthening and should not be overlooked.

    James: It was a mistake to sell Wijnaldum and not find a replacement in the previous transfer window. Having him in midfield might have won us the quadruple. Oxlade-Chamberlain hardly plays and should be sold. Bellingham could join Real Madrid, Bayern or PSG. We missed out on Bissouma. Without a box-to-box midfielder we will burn ourselves out given the intensity of play.

    Stuart: We already have the ideal ingredients for our midfield . It will be great to see Harvey Elliott back to full fitness. Fabio Carvalho can play as an attacking midfielder. Curtis Jones will push on this season. And don't forget Tyler Morton! That gives us ten players in midfield. The squad is fantastic. I can't wait.

    Have your say here

  7. 'Humble' Mane will be remembered as a 'legend'published at 13:59 23 June

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  8. Draw made for Papa John's Trophy group stagepublished at 12:49 23 June

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    Rotherham won last season's Papa John's Trophy

    The draw has been made for the group stage of this season's Papa John's Trophy, with teams split into northern and southern groups and 16 Premier League under-21 sides again involved.

    In the northern section, Everton have been drawn with Harrogate Town, Hartlepool United and Morecambe, while Leeds face Bolton Wanderers, Crewe Alexandra and Tranmere Rovers.

    Leicester will face Bradford City, Burton Albion and Sheffield Wednesday, while Liverpool have been drawn with Accrington Stanley, Rochdale and Salford City.

    Barnsley, Doncaster Rovers and Lincoln City make up Newcastle's group, with Manchester City taking on Derby County, Grimsby Town and Mansfield Town.

    Manchester United have been drawn with Barrow, Carlisle United and Fleetwood Town, leaving Wolves to face Port Vale, Shrewsbury Town and Stockport County.

  9. 'I will always be grateful for this amazing club' - Mane bids farewellpublished at 11:06 23 June

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    Sadio Mane says he will be "Liverpool's number one fan forever" after completing a £35m move to Bayern Munich on Wednesday.

    Speaking to the club's official website, external, Mane admitted his first job after a match will be to find out Liverpool's results and that he hopes to return to Anfield one day.

    "I had a great time, an unbelievable time and since my first day I have really enjoyed training and playing, at Anfield especially in front of these amazing supporters," he said.

    "It was the right club at the right time and the right club to achieve everything."

    Mane also hailed his time with boss Jurgen Klopp and thanked him for helping him improve.

    "Since day one, we have had a really, really good relationship," he said. "He is a great manager. He has heart and he dedicated himself and that makes him so special.

    "Of course he helped me a lot to become the player I am."

    He explained his decision to leave the Reds was to keep improving his own game with a new challenge in Germany.

    "My life is always about a challenge," he said. "I want to always get better and better and I will always be grateful for this amazing club."

  10. 'Other clubs can learn from how Liverpool do their business'published at 08:03 23 June

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    Sadio Mane's move to Bayern Munich is a blow for Liverpool but is another sign of the Reds doing their business in the right way, according to former West Ham midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker.

    The Senegal forward completed his switch to Germany on Wednesday after six trophy-laden years at Anfield and said it was "the right time for this challenge".

    However, with Liverpool having added Darwin Nunez and Fabio Carvalho to their ranks this summer, Reo-Coker believes Jurgen Klopp's side remain in a very strong position.

    "He took Liverpool to another level and clearly it is a big loss," he told BBC Radio 5 Live's Football Daily podcast.

    "But they are always planning ahead and have got the structure and pieces in place to deal with departures.

    "From a business perspective, it's the right time to sell Mane. Other clubs play hardball over players and then lose them on free transfers a year later.

    "I think they could learn from how Liverpool know when to let go of their players."

    Check out the full discussion on BBC Sounds

  11. Bradley makes Bolton loan movepublished at 16:21 21 June

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    Liverpool and Northern Ireland right-back Conor Bradley has joined Bolton on a season-long loan deal.

    On announcing the deal for the 18-year-old, Bolton manager Ian Evatt said: “Conor was a target for us in January. It wasn’t achievable then because Liverpool wanted him for their first team but they’ve trusted us to be the next phase of his development and, again, that’s a huge feather in our cap.

    “He has made a superb start to his career for club and country and we are looking forward to working with him next season.

    “He has the opportunity here to become a key member of the first team in a position we have been looking to strengthen."

  12. Tuesday talking point: How much of a risk is Liverpool's midfield?published at 12:37 21 June

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    Calvin Ramsay's £6.5m deal is likely to represent Liverpool's final piece of incoming business after earlier deals for Fabio Carvalho and Darwin Nunez. Just like his predecessor Michael Edwards, sporting director Julian Ward has wrapped up transfers quickly so the new players can get a full pre-season under Jurgen Klopp.

    But are Liverpool taking a risk by not strengthening the midfield?

    Fabinho, Jordan Henderson, Thiago Alcantara, Naby Keita, Curtis Jones, Harvey Elliott, James Milner and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain can all play in the central three spots required in Klopp's preferred 4-3-3, which seems enough.

    But the reality is many are prone to injury and most are either before or after their peak. Only Fabinho (28) and Naby Keita (27) are an ideal age.

    Klopp, though, has always been prepared to wait to get his man, and Jude Bellingham won't be available until next summer.

    The 18-year-old England international would be an ideal future transfer, adding creativity, goals, physicality and leadership - but there'll be no shortage of suitors.

    Liverpool missed out on Aurelien Tchouameni to Real Madrid this transfer window and Los Blancos, our Champions League conquerors, might be able to pip us to a midfielder again. Reds though have learned to trust Klopp and his transfer team, regardless.

    What do you think, Liverpool fans? Does the midfield need strengthening this summer, or is patience the key? Have your say

  13. Adam reveals 'brutal' nature of Liverpool exitpublished at 11:29 21 June

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    Charlie Adam says he was told to "find a new club" by Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers after a pre-season game against Hearts.

    The former Scotland midfielder admitted the nature of his exit in 2012 was "brutal" and was not what he was expecting after just one season at Anfield.

    "I just don't think Brendan fancied me," he said. "Nothing had been said and then I was just pulled into his office and told the club needed the money so I had to find a new club.

    "That was a big shock to me."

    Rodgers had been appointed in summer 2012 and Adam accepts there was stiff competition for places at Anfield but wishes he had stuck around a bit longer instead of heading to Stoke.

    "Liverpool had just spent a lot of money on Joe Allen, plus they already had Jonjo Shelvey, Lucas Leiva and Jordan Henderson as well as obviously Steven Gerrard," he said.

    "Looking back though I should have stayed an extra year - who knows what would have happened?

    "Take Jordan. Liverpool were trying to swap him with Clint Dempsey at the time, he refused to go and look how that turned out."

    On the latest edition of BBC Scotland's This Sporting Life podcast, Adam gives an emotional interview, ranging from the beginning of his football career to the sadness he still feels 10 years on from his father taking his own life.

    Listen now on BBC Sounds