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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Roma, Internazionale to do battle for Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge

Paul Mariner feels Daniel Sturridge must leave Liverpool and England, amid reports linking him to Inter Milan and Sevilla.

The transfer window is heating up! Transfer Talk brings you live updates on all the latest rumours and done deals. Check out all the confirmed January moves so far on our transfers page.

Serie A giants battle for Sturridge

Roma and Inter will go head-to-head for the signature of Daniel Sturridge, reports Corriere dello Sport.

The Liverpool striker has been out of favour under Jurgen Klopp and is eager to secure a January move to salvage his World Cup dream.

The Giallorossi and Nerazzurri, who...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool can't afford to suffer lapse against overmatched Swansea

Shaka Hislop assesses Liverpool's current goalkeeping situation and identifies potential targets for a summer move to Anfield.
Shaka Hislop assesses Liverpool's current goalkeeping situation and identifies potential targets for a summer move to Anfield.
Shaka Hislop assesses Liverpool's current goalkeeping situation and identifies potential targets for a summer move to Anfield.

Liverpool play in the last Premier League game of the weekend on Monday night at Swansea City. It's a fixture where they've had mixed results since the Welsh side were promoted under Brendan Rodgers in 2011. In fact, it's an even split of two wins, two draws and two defeats.

Liverpool are on a five-game winning streak, which began with a resounding 5-0 showing at home to Swansea themselves, but things will be a little different for the bottom side in the upcoming fixture. Swansea appointed Carlos...

 By Chris Wright

Liverpool fan names baby daughter 'YNWA' in curious tribute to Reds

A lifelong Liverpool fan has paid a significant homage to his beloved football club by naming his newborn daughter in their honour.

Norwegian supporter Kent Solheim, who admits he's never been to Anfield, has gone and named his two-week old baby girl "YNWA".

The 29-year-old struck a deal with his partner Carine to give their first child one name each. She opted for Sofie; he went with a set of four initials.

As such, the pair were able to present little YNWA (pronounced "Unn-wah") Sofie Solheim...

Andrew Robertson thriving at Liverpool after grafting at Queen's Park

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop looks at Liverpool's options in goal.

LIVERPOOL -- Andrew Robertson's path to becoming Liverpool's starting left-back has not been well-trodden. There have been a number of fortunate moments in the 23-year-old's career that have helped take him to where he is now, but there is no doubt his talent and adaptability have been the contributing factors to his remarkable rise.

"Any luck that he has had then he's more than earned," Gardner Speirs, Robertson's manager at Scottish amateur side Queen's Park, tells ESPN FC. "Everything he's had...

 By David Usher

Liverpool's future at goalkeeper may not currently be on their books

Shaka Hislop assesses Liverpool's current goalkeeping situation and identifies potential targets for a summer move to Anfield.

There's a saying in the NFL that if you have two quarterbacks then you have none. The same applies to goalkeepers. There are exceptions of course, but most successful teams have a top goalkeeper who is a clear and undisputed No. 1.

Liverpool are edging closer to becoming a successful team again and solving the uncertainty that surrounds their goalkeeping position could be the biggest remaining hurdle to overcome. They have a top quality attack led by centre-forward Roberto Firmino, they've just...

 By Steven Kelly

Can and Wijnaldum find their bite as Liverpool midfield bares its teeth

Jurgen Klopp says Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is thriving in midfield.

Liverpool fans continue to bask in the afterglow of an impressive 4-3 victory over league leaders Manchester City.

Much was made of the contributions from the forwards, all receiving high praise. There were also tributes to the increasing importance of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, a player whose £40 million purchase was initially greeted with puzzlement.

He was given the midfield place recently vacated by Philippe Coutinho. It'll take more than one goal and impressive performance to erase...