Liverpool's players served up a shameful display on the final day of the season as they slumped to an embarrassing 6-1 defeat at Stoke City. The result sees the Reds drop one place to end the season in sixth. Brendan Rodgers had claimed in the build up to Sunday's game that he was "150 percent certain" his job was safe but he may have spoken too soon based on the evidence of this shambolic performance. It looked for all the world that the players had completely quit on him as they incredibly found...
Liverpool will bid farewell to long-serving club captain Steven Gerrard this weekend, but young forward Raheem Sterling could also be playing his final game for the club at Stoke on Sunday.
Manager Brendan Rodgers confirmed that the process to offer the 20-year-old England international a new contract had begun in January, but since then little or no progress has been made. Both the player and his agent have made public pronouncements that have thrown Sterling's future at Anfield into doubt.
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A year after almost winning the Premier League, Liverpool's season ended in abject fashion as they were humbled 6-1 at Stoke. Not even a goal in his farewell game from Steven Gerrard could mask such an embarrassing display and, afterwards, Brendan Rodgers admitted "if the owners want me to go, I will go."
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As the majority of the world's leagues ready for the season's end, the rumours continue to pick up steam. Things are starting to get real, transfer fans.
Sterling nears expensive Anfield exit
For better or worse, Raheem Sterling seems certain to exit Liverpool this summer. Although that's bad news for Anfield supporters, it's better news for Transfer Talk, with all manner of clubs and prices thrown into the mix.
The Mail reported Liverpool have placed a £60 million price tag on the 20-year-old's...
Season 2014-15 hadn't even begun, yet Liverpool supporters were already full of fears, concerns and worries. There were fears that Liverpool would suffer from the loss of Luis Suarez. There were concerns that trying to incorporate so many new players would disrupt the team's power and threat. There were worries that the squad and coach might not deal adequately with an increased workload thanks to the Champions League.
All of this trepidation was sadly borne out by events during the season and,...
Raheem Sterling's position at Liverpool appears close to being untenable after yet more tiresome behaviour from his representative, Aidy Ward, prompted Liverpool to cancel talks with the player that had been scheduled for Friday.
There is no shortage of interest in the young Englishman, but Liverpool's owners, Fenway Sports Group, have shown in the past they will not be pushed around or dictated by want-away stars and their troublesome agents. This has all the makings of a summer saga with no swift...