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 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool's past, present and future puts pressure on Christian Benteke

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers discusses the club's summer transfer activity after a 1-1 draw against a Malaysia XI in the capital, Kuala Lumpur.
Liverpool's all-time leading goalscorer Ian Rush tips Christian Benteke to take his new squad to the next level this season.

New Liverpool forward Christian Benteke took just 47 minutes to open his account with a brilliantly taken volley in their final preseason match against Swindon Town on Sunday.

The level of opposition was duly noted but there was still a collective purr from Merseyside that could be heard as far as Fiji. After much talk of manager Brendan Rodgers having to adopt a more direct, physical style to fully accommodate his new £32.5 million striker, the goal even had embittered cynics nodding their...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Liverpool eye Real Madrid's Denis Cheryshev; Man Utd rush De Gea deal

The ESPN FC crew weigh in on Mario Balotelli being left out of Liverpool's pre-season trip.

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to all the latest rumours and gossip. See all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Liverpool move for Denis Cheryshev

Denis Cheryshev plays for Real Madrid. Well, apparently anyway as he's hardly first-choice and spent last year on loan at Villarreal where he made 26 La Liga appearances.

The Russian winger admitted last month he was unsure over his future, saying: "I don't know where I'll be next season." And now Liverpool are...

Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool future depends on jelling of summer arrivals

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes the players brought in during the transfer window will help his Anfield side rebound from a poor 2014-15 season.

During one of his better periods of form last season, Adam Lallana finally felt settled enough to explain why it had taken him time to even get close to that level. It is something that Liverpool's six new outfield signings may be able to relate to this summer, and could well define and decide their entire campaign.

"It's difficult coming into a club like this and being yourself from the word go," Lallana said in February. "You're coming into a different environment, a different home and it...

 By David Usher

Rodgers under pressure at Liverpool ahead of crucial new campaign

Can Liverpool finish in the top four this season?
Can Liverpool finish in the top four this season?

Liverpool had a wretched 2014-15 and Brendan Rodgers was lucky to keep his job. Here's a look at what to expect from Rodgers' men as we approach the new campaign ...

Preview

Rodgers and Liverpool need to put last season's disappointment behind them and rediscover their attacking swagger to break back into the top four.

Biggest concern

The opening seven away games are so tough there's the possibility the season will be virtually over before it's really begun.

The home fixtures look kind, but that...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool trip to Finland brings back memories of UEFA Cup and Euro glory

ESPN FC's Dez Corkhill and Jason Dasey say Liverpool still have question marks over their attack.

Liverpool's penultimate preseason match will be a game in Finland that will be a caustic reminder of better times.

HJK Helsinki will be the opposition on Saturday but the venue is of more importance, since it was in the Olympiastadion back in 2001 that the club's adventures in the Champions League began.

It was a very important moment for a club that because of the ban after the 1985 Heysel disaster and the continental failings of Graeme Souness and Roy Evans, had added little to its rich European...

Sinclair and Wilson among Premier League's next breakthrough players?

With aging defenders and money to spend, Chelsea have their eye on John Stones, and ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti says it's a necessary investment.
There are big expectations for Liverpool's Jerome Sinclair, left, Chelsea's Bertrand Traore, middle, and Manchester United's James Wilson, right, this season.

Star names and big-money signings may hog the headlines but fans are also frequently fascinated by the young players with the talent to build their reputations at their club. Terry Burton, the former Wimbledon manager, Arsenal head of development and West Brom technical director, tips five Premier League boys to break through to the big time this season and two more who are not far behind:

1. Jerome Sinclair, 18, forward, Liverpool

A lot of people would look at Jordon Ibe as someone ready to make...