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 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool gearing towards a title challenge as Klopp plots route to the top

Stevie Nicol and Ross Dyer recap the latest in the Premier League relegation scrap, another Mo Salah masterclass and more from Saturday's action.

Liverpool's interest in the results of others is not as attentive as it was several weeks ago.

Before the season began they'd have wanted to confirm their top four status as well as produce an overall performance in Europe their fans could be proud of.

They've already achieved the latter, gone beyond it in fact, and a win against AS Roma in the Champions League semifinal could even set them up for a glorious finish and embellish their proud history on the continent.

Their domestic fate lies in their...

Arsenal's Arsene Wenger not concerned by empty seats, low attendance

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti delves into the Europa League semifinal matchups as Arsenal take on Atletico Madrid and Marseille square off with Red Bull Salzburg.
Arsenal have won just 13 points away from home this season as they fall to Newcastle 2-1.
Arsenal have won just 13 points away from home this season as they fall to Newcastle 2-1.
Arsenal have won just 13 points away from home this season as they fall to Newcastle 2-1.
Arsene Wenger gave his reaction after the latest away day horror show at Arsenal.

LONDON -- Arsene Wenger said the empty seats at the Emirates Stadium are "not a big concern" and insisted Arsenal have a "very faithful crowd" despite low attendances at recent home games.

Nearly one third of all seats at the Emirates have been empty at recent home Premier League matches, with Arsenal languishing in sixth place and already out of the battle for a top-four spot.

But Wenger pointed to high demand from season-ticket holders to renew their seats and the fact that every game has been...

Ademola Lookman transfer hopes depend on Everton situation - RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig want to make Ademola Lookman a permanent signing.

RB Leipzig hope to sign on-loan Everton winger Ademola Lookman on a permanent basis but said it would depend on what happens at Goodison Park amid uncertainty over the future of manager Sam Allardyce.

Lookman, 20, joined Leipzig on a six-month deal without an option to make the transfer permanent in January.

The England under-20 international has appeared in seven Bundesliga matches, starting three, and the club want him to stay at the Zentralstadion beyond the summer.

"If it were down to us, I'd...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Premier League: What is still at stake in the 2017-18 season?

The ESPN FC boys answer your (extra long) questions from the twittersphere.

Manchester City have wrapped up the Premier League title with a month to spare, courtesy of Manchester United's shock home defeat to basement boys West Bromwich Albion on Sunday.

It's the first thing to be decided this season, but there's still lots to play for in the remaining weeks. Here, we take a look at the outstanding issues.

Champions League places

Who qualifies: Positions 1-4 (group stage)
Who's in already: Manchester City
Who's still in contention: Manchester United (74), Liverpool...

 By Ben Gladwell

Paul Pogba, Alvaro Morata returns to Juventus would be 'exceptions' to policy - chief

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on Paul Pogba's future at Manchester United and the argument for sacking Ernesto Valverde.
Jose Mourinho was asked to rate Paul Pogba and respond to Paul Scholes' scathing criticism of the Frenchman after the West Brom match.
The ESPN FC guys debate whether Alvaro Morata is overrated or just a bad fit for Chelsea.

Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta told Mediaset his club cannot afford to buy back Paul Pogba or Alvaro Morata but said "there are also exceptions."

Pogba is reportedly unsettled at Manchester United and Morata has not had the expected impact since joining Chelsea during the summer.

Both are highly regarded in Turin and would be welcomed back with open arms, although Marotta said their price tags are likely beyond his club's budget.

"I don't really believe in players coming back after having...