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 By Tony Mabert

Will Raheem Sterling stay at Liverpool?

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insists Raheem Sterling is happy at Anfield and will see out the remaining two years on his contract.

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.


 By David Usher

Assessing Raheem Sterling's potential suitors should Liverpool decide to sell

ESPN FC's Stuart Holden and Mark Donaldson discuss how Raheem Sterling's agent may be hurting rather than helping by putting words in the Liverpool winger's mouth.

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...

Chelsea win Premier League, but which season has been the greatest ever?

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has criticised his side's title rivals for failing to provide a decent challenge this season.

It's hardly the climax to the season that was promised, or one that seemed to have been set up. At one point in the second half of the 2014-15 campaign, Chelsea and Manchester City were dead level in every respect. The race for the Champions League involved minimal differences among a quartet of clubs, and it looked like there could be as many as eight sides trying to avoid three relegation spots.

But Chelsea have won the title with games to spare, the top four is decided and there's just one matter...

Liverpool's options in Raheem Sterling contract saga

The ESPN FC team discuss Raheem Sterling's future at Liverpool.

The term "Moneyball approach" has been thrown around carelessly for the past five years or so. It has come to signify everything from using data and analytics for player evaluation to being clever in the transfer market (otherwise known as buying low and selling high).

Many clubs will tell you that they do both, though to what degree it's true is somewhat debatable. Some do have a closet full of nerds poring over spreadsheets and computer models, though it's unclear whether the decision-makers...

 By Steven Kelly

Latest Liverpool pessimism is familiar but Rodgers needs a long-term plan

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers admits he is disappointed with his side's loss to Crystal Palace and says they must improve over the summer.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard said an emotional goodbye to the fans on Saturday, as he made his final appearance at Anfield.

The coincidences were stunning Saturday in Liverpool's 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace. In waving goodbye to Steven Gerrard during his last game at Anfield, the club was losing an important part of its history, but there were plenty of celebrations prepared, including a former manager who had come to pay his respects.

It had been a poor season, the team finishing way behind the top sides, but fans were hoping Liverpool could put on a show befitting the occasion. They were to be disappointed, as a team...

FSG must accept some blame for Sterling's looming Liverpool exit

Our football experts discuss Raheem Sterling's potential departure from Anfield.

In a move that surprised absolutely nobody at all, it has emerged that Raheem Sterling will hand Brendan Rodgers a transfer request this week. His camp have suggested that Liverpool's failure to protect Sterling from recent negative headlines was a crucial factor in the decision-making process, which is rather like tipping a pot of scalding coffee over your own head and then suing Starbucks.

Sterling and his camp have brought the negative headlines on themselves by conducting their business in...