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Trending: Sturridge future uncertain, Leicester consider Hodgson

Gab Marcotti dispels the rumours that Roy Hodgson could become Leicester's next manager, recommending Craig Shakespeare instead.

Here are the latest stories for Wednesday.

LEICESTER: Roy Hodgson is one of a number of potential managers under consideration by Leicester City to replace Claudio Ranieri, a source confirmed to ESPN FC, though caretaker boss Craig Shakespeare is the leading candidate.

- Former Arsenal manager George Graham says firing Claudio Ranieri was the right "business decision" by Leicester.

LIVERPOOL: Daniel Sturridge's future at Liverpool will be decided at the end of the season and...

 By Steven Kelly

Where's Liverpool's Zlatan Ibrahimovic? Klopp lacks leadership

The FC crew delve into Liverpool's woes and discuss who is to blame -- and whether Jurgen Klopp has lost his spark.
The FC crew delve into Liverpool's woes and discuss who is to blame -- and whether Jurgen Klopp has lost his spark.
The FC crew delve into Liverpool's woes and discuss who is to blame -- and whether Jurgen Klopp has lost his spark.
The FC crew delve into Liverpool's woes and discuss who is to blame -- and whether Jurgen Klopp has lost his spark.
The FC crew delve into Liverpool's woes and discuss who is to blame -- and whether Jurgen Klopp has lost his spark.

It was already a bad weekend before Liverpool's abysmal 3-1 defeat at struggling Leicester on Monday night.

The club lost sole ownership of its "most successful club in England" tag as Manchester United won their 41st major honour on Sunday.

Ten years ago the trophy count was 40-32 in Liverpool's favour. That was the year the club was taken over, first by Tom Hicks and George Gillett then by Fenway Sports Group. The spectre of how the owners operate and how much transfer money they'd given Jurgen...

 By Chris Wright

Jamie Carragher, Gary Neville and Danny Simpson's Twitter beef

A social media scuffle broke out on Wednesday morning between Jamie Carragher and Leicester City right-back Danny Simpson, who also roped Gary Neville into the spat for good measure.

It all started when Simpson passed a comment about a photo of ex-Liverpool stalwart Carragher decked out in full Everton gear while attending a training session earlier in the week.

Chelsea and La Liga clubs eye Alexis Sanchez; Liverpool mull Sturridge

Paul Mariner gives his thoughts on potential moves for Seamus Coleman, Daniel Sturridge, Alexis Sanchez and more.

The football world is in full swing, but Transfer Talk is already monitoring the whispers ahead of all the summer moves. Check out the latest deals here.

Arsenal say adios to Alexis

It's doom and gloom for Arsenal fans as the Star reported that Alexis Sanchez has made up his mind to return to La Liga, with Sevilla a strong possibility.That would see the Chilean star link up with his former national team boss, Jorge Sampaoli, to spearhead the Andalusians' all-action front line.

Atletico Madrid...

 By David Usher

Liverpool fans trust Jurgen Klopp, but spineless flops must be moved on

The ESPN FC crew discuss who is to blame for Liverpool's woes.
The ESPN FC crew discuss who is to blame for Liverpool's woes.

Of all the disappointing, soul crushing defeats Liverpool have had this season, Monday night's utterly inept showing at Leicester City was surely the worst yet. The 3-1 defeat could easily have been even worse as Jurgen Klopp's side embarrassingly lost to yet another bottom-half team.

What makes this one so much worse is that it came after a 16-day break that had seemingly provided them with the perfect preparation to build upon their impressive showing against Tottenham. Klopp took his squad to...

Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool's failure to deal with Premier League strugglers

Steve Nicol says Liverpool were rotten against Leicester and Jurgen Klopp says players are playing for their futures.
Steve Nicol says Liverpool were rotten against Leicester and Jurgen Klopp says players are playing for their futures.

Liverpool fell to their fifth defeat in the Premier League on Monday night after Jurgen Klopp's side were dismantled by relegation-threatened Leicester City.

Klopp's men Liverpool boast the best record in the top-six mini league (Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and both Manchester clubs included), but all five of the Reds' defeats this season have been by sides in the bottom half of the table.

Whether it has been a case of being unable to break down a deep-defending side or a simple failure to deal...