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  1. Klopp reveals Diaz injurypublished at 15:35

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    Jurgen Klopp has revealed Luis Diaz has picked up an injury and needs assessment.

    The Reds face Lyon in a friendly in Dubai on Sunday but Diaz has not trained on Thursday or Friday.

    Klopp told, external “It’s all good [fitness-wise] with the boys who are here.

    “What’s not good is we have to see with Lucho. He felt something and we need to have further assessment there, but apart from that they all look really, really good.”

    Diaz has not played since being taken off with an injury in Liverpool's loss at Arsenal on 9 October.

  2. 'There's a lot of Steven Gerrard in him'published at 11:46

    Liverpool legend Phil Thompson says players in England's camp will be speaking privately to Jude Bellingham in a bid to lure him into a summer move to the Premier League.

    The Reds are heavily linked with the 19-year-old, though Thompson believes several England players will subtly try to influence the Borussia Dortmund man to join their club.

    Thompson feels a deal will be agreed in January and he also sees a likeness between the England star and a certain Steven Gerrard.

    "I think the deal will already be done in some way," Thompson says.

    You can listen to the clip below and the longer interview is here. In it, Thompson explains how money may not be the big motivator for Bellingham at his young age.

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  3. 'Henderson commands respect from the other players'published at 19:03 8 December

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    England have an unexpected centrepiece to their success so far at the Qatar World Cup according to BBC Sport's experts.

    Liverpool's Jordan Henderson has drawn praise from players and pundits alike for his vocal displays in midfield, not to mention his opening goal in Sunday's win over Senegal.

    Asked in a Q&A why Henderson has been so pivotal, BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty said: "Jordan Henderson probably wasn’t expected to be in England’s starting line-up when the tournament began but since his introduction as a substitute against USA he has shown experience, leadership and fits right into what Gareth Southgate wants from his midfield alongside Rice and Bellingham.

    "He commands respect from the other players, is a big voice on and off the pitch and Southgate knows exactly what he will get from him – a huge factor in tournament football."

    Former England keeper Karen Bardsley added: "We've mentioned Henderson a few times and he has been absolutely outstanding since he came into the team.

    "For me, he is one of those no-stat all-star players that don't get the recognition that they deserve.

    "He is all over the pitch picking up those first and second balls. He is also running in behind and stretching the pitch to create space for the rest of his team-mates.

    "That is something that is not particularly sexy in football. People want to see goals, they want to see crunching tackles and great passes through, but those are the things that get you through tournaments and win you trophies at club level."

  4. 'I'm really happy with the strides I'm taking' - Mortonpublished at 14:33 8 December

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    Liverpool midfielder Tyler Morton, who is on loan at Blackburn, says it took him a while to settle in but he now feels pleased with the "the strides" he is taking.

    The 20-year-old has followed in the footsteps of team-mate Harvey Elliott, who had a successful loan spell last season at Ewood Park and has since broken into the Liverpool first team.

    "I spoke to him quite a lot, to be honest, about Blackburn because I’m very close with Harv [Harvey Elliott]," Morton told the club's website., external 

    "I had the conversation before I took the move – and Leighton Clarkson as well – and they were just saying how good the lads are and how tight-knit the group is. I've come in straight away and the lads just bounce off each other.

    "I got a lot of advice off him and I appreciated that he was very honest with me; he's my good mate so I knew he was going to be. I took his advice with me and it's paying off."

    Morton featured nine times for the Reds last season in all competitions, including a Champions League start at the San Siro against AC Milan.

    "It took a while to fit in and just adapt to everything that was happening, because I have been at Liverpool since I was four or five and that's all I knew really," he says.

    "So I knew it was going to be a tough challenge for me. But I'm really enjoying it. That's what I like – I like tough challenges and it has definitely been one of them.

    "I'm really happy where I am at the moment and the strides I'm taking.. Hopefully I take more."

  5. 'What a hit son'published at 10:10 8 December

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    On this day 18 years ago Steven Gerrard drilled a half-volley in from 20 yards to send Liverpool through to the knockout stages of the Champions League and sink Olympiakos.

    The Reds - 1-0 down at half-time - needed to not only win in their final group game but needed to do so by two goals.

    Gerrard helped instigate a comeback and drove home from a Neil Mellor knock-down.

    Liverpool went on to win the trophy in Istanbul.

    What a hit son. What a hit.

  6. Transfer news: Bellingham tells Madrid he wants Liverpoolpublished at 08:45 8 December

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    England midfielder Jude Bellingham's management have told Real Madrid that Liverpool are leading the race to sign the 19-year-old from Borussia Dortmund in the summer. (Bild), external

    Liverpool and Tottenham are interested in signing Morocco midfielder Sofyan Amrabat, 26, from Fiorentina when the transfer window opens in January. (90min), external

    Want more transfer stories? Read Thursday's full gossip column

  7. 'Klopp's is a special story to tell'published at 14:09 7 December

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  8. 'In terms of an investment it’s quite cheap to get someone that good'published at 10:08 7 December

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    Liverpool's consistent links with a move for Jude Bellingham were a hot talking point on this week's The Red Kop podcast.

    Bellingham's World Cup form and his social media activity showing him interacting with Liverpool players has further increased speculation he could move to Anfield.

    So what are the chances?

    Mick Moran from The Kopite Podcast was a guest on BBC Radio Merseyside's The Red Kop and said: "It’s hard because of the prices. His fee will be up even more after his performances in this World Cup. If you buy him for £150m, he will be in your midfield for 10 years. In terms of an investment it’s quite cheap to get someone that good. I heard Phil Foden say how there are no weaknesses in his game.

    "I suppose it comes down to if we get the sale of the club. It doesn’t look like it will come quickly but if miraculously it does then something might happen. He's good mates with Trent and Henderson. It’s good making these links but I suppose it comes down to finances in the end and if Liverpool can do it. Unless we sell a couple in the current way we do things then it doesn’t look like it will happen."

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  9. Reds get chance to work on attacking relationshipspublished at 14:58 6 December

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    Uruguay's exit from the World Cup will allow Darwin Nunez the chance to further develop alongside Liverpool's attacking names.

    That's the view of the panel on BBC Radio Merseyside's The Red Kop podcast.

    Nunez found form before the World Cup break, scoring five times in seven matches in all competitions.

    But his time at a Dubai training camp will allow him to train alongside the likes of Mohamed Salah - who wasn't at the World Cup - and Luis Diaz, who has missed much of the season so far with injury.

    "What’s good news is Diaz was back this week in training," said The Red Kop's Giulia Bould.

    "They’re all off to Dubai. It gives them much more time. We’ve seen sparks of how they would work together but the injury to Diaz meant it was cut short."

    Co-host Paul Salt added: "Our forward players will almost be all back together. It’s definitely something to work on before they get back to competitive football."

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  10. Where are Liverpool playing before domestic football returns?published at 13:37 6 December

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    With the return of domestic football now just two weeks away for Premier League clubs, here's a rundown of Liverpool's fixtures.

    The Reds are currently in the Middle East for warm-weather training and will play a series of matches against top European opposition in the Dubai Super Cup.

    • Sunday, 11 December, Liverpool v Lyon, Dubai, 14:00 GMT

    • Friday, 16 December, Liverpool v AC Milan, Dubai, 15:30 GMT

    Prior to returning to Premier League action, Liverpool will take on Manchester City in the League Cup on Thursday, 22 December (20:00 GMT).

  11. Latest The Red Kop episode out now!published at 10:41 6 December

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    The Red Kop team talk joy for Jordan Henderson as the rest of the world got to see what Liverpool fans do in the level of his performance against Senegal.

    There's also the burning question - can the Reds lure Jude Bellingham to Anfield?

    Plus Darwin Núñez is on his way home back into the arms of Jurgen and why Klopp can never, ever leave.

    Paul Salt and Giulia Bould talk to fans Mick Moran from The Kopite Podcast and Harriet Prior from The Anfield Wrap.

    Listen and subscribe on BBC Radio Sounds now!

  12. 'It's a pleasure to be on the field with Henderson' - Fodenpublished at 11:09 5 December

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    Phil Foden says it's "a pleasure" to play with Jordan Henderson after the Liverpool midfielder inspired England to a comprehensive 3-0 win over Senegal in the last 16 of the World Cup.

    Henderson's first-half goal got England started against the Africa Cup of Nations winners and Foden explained he demonstrated all the attributes that have helped him win everything at club level with the Reds.

    "He is massive for us," Foden told BBC Radio 5 Live's World Cup Daily podcast.

    "When someone is not doing something right, he is quick to tell you off and you need that leader and captain on the field. He's definitely got that in his locker.

    "It's a pleasure to play on the field with him as he is a really important player for us."

    Henderson himself was typically understated in evaluating his role.

    "It's always nice to get on the scoresheet but always the most important thing is the win," he said.

    "I tried to give everything for the team and I thought everyone's desire and hunger without the ball was really good."

    Listen to more analysis on England's win here

  13. Transfer news: Liverpool will get no 'gifts' if they want to sign Bellinghampublished at 08:20 2 December

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    Borussia Dortmund managing director Carsten Cramer says they have a "good relationship" with former boss and current Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, but the Reds will not get any "gifts" if they want to sign England midfielder Jude Bellingham, 19, from the German club. (Vietnam News), external

    Liverpool have held talks over terminating Billy Koumetio's season-long loan deal with Austria Vienna as they have given the French centre-back, 20, little game time. (Football Insider), external

    Want more transfer stories? Read Friday's full gossip column

  14. Heighway retires from coaching rolepublished at 14:49 1 December

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    Liverpool legend Steve Heighway has announced his retirement from the club's coaching staff.

    The 75-year-old has helped guide the careers of some of the Reds' most iconic names, such as Jamie Carragher, Robbie Fowler, Steven Gerrard and Michael Owen.

    Heighway, a decorated former player at Anfield, had been operating as a full-time consultant since 2015.

    Academy manager Alex Inglethorpe said: “Steve has not only enjoyed a successful playing career at the club, but also an incredible coaching career lasting over 40 years, in which he has overseen the development of some of the most iconic players to have played for Liverpool Football Club.

    “Whilst Steve may no longer be putting on his boots to work on the grass, he will still be at the Academy to watch games and share his expertise and wisdom for those fortunate to be in his company."

  15. 'I was made for Liverpool'published at 08:48 1 December

    On this day in 1959 Liverpool appointed Bill Shankly as manager.

    Shankly helped the Reds gain promotion to the First Division before winning the title three times as well as the FA Cup twice and the Uefa Cup once.

    He left important foundations for successor Bob Paisley and his statue proudly stands behind The Kop today.

    He famously told the people of Liverpool he had "drummed it in" to his players "time and again that they are privileged to play for you".

    He also famously said: “Liverpool was made for me and I was made for Liverpool.”

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  16. What's behind the Edwards, Ward and Graham exits?published at 09:08 30 November

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    Changes in the staff at Anfield formed much of the debate on this week's The Red Kop podcast.

    The panel discussed why sporting director Julian Ward has announced he will leave at the end of the season, a year after Michael Edwards - the man he replaced - did so. If that wasn't change enough, director of research Ian Graham has also announced he will leave.

    Presenter Paul Salt said: "The big talking point is the comings and goings, but it’s mainly goings. The sporting director and director of research have resigned. It’s all a bit unsettling.

    "I've been debating in my head what could be the possible reason. There will obviously be speculation there has been some kind of fall out.

    "I’d like to think it was because Julian Ward never really wanted the job in the first place. All the noise when Michael Edwards left was that Ward had been primed as successor, that there'd been a handover period. But Ward always seemed a quite a reluctant successor. Maybe he’s thought it’s not the job for me."

    Salt's fellow presenter Giulia Bould added: "It’s a transitional period for Liverpool this. I thought more on the pitch naively rather than behind the scenes as well.

    "You do feel a lot of this has come from the fact Fenway Sports Group have been so public about wanting investment or a buyer for the club. I think that has definitely wobbled everything.

    "The fact FSG are usually so quiet and say so little, you just wonder if behind the scenes there are a lot of people a bit concerned and want to get out now before the waters get too choppy."

    Matt Addison from added: "The Ward one is a bit of a strange one, only six months into the job. That’s the one that concerns me a bit more. He’s decided he needs a break seemingly. That’s the bigger one for me. They have groomed him to be Edwards' deputy to take over the job. To have lasted six months and decide he has had enough of it already is a bit strange."