Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre insists that a lack of Champions League football is not having a financial impact on their ability to sign players.
The club have made six senior signings this summer, including Brazilian forward Roberto Firmino from German club Hoffenheim for £29 million.
Fenway Sports Group, the Reds' Boston-based owners, have a general policy of buying younger players with the potential to develop and increase their value.
Ayre says that Liverpool will continue to adopt...
Former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard admits he turned down a "couple of nice opportunities" to move to a club in Europe in order to pursue a new challenge with LA Galaxy.
Gerrard, 35, is to be presented to his new club's fans at half-time of Saturday's MLS game against Toronto FC.
The midfielder will then publicly don a Galaxy jersey for the first time in an open training session on Tuesday ahead of a news conference, with his debut set for July 17 at home to San Jose Earthquakes.
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Former Liverpool club doctor Zaf Iqbal says he left the club in January for personal reasons following a family illness.
Dr Iqbal joined Crystal Palace this week, saying that he needed to be nearer to his wife and children in London.
The doctor said that an illness suffered by his son, coupled with increasing responsibility at Anfield, made it difficult for him to stay on Merseyside, more than 200 miles away from his family.
He left Liverpool on Jan. 7, four-and-a-half years after joining the Reds...
Liverpool have signed 16-year-old starlet Bobby Adekanye from Barcelona on a free transfer.
Adekanye was born in Nigeria but moved to Amsterdam in the Netherlands when he was four and arrived at the Camp Nou from Ajax in 2011.
However, he was banned for playing for Barcelona after FIFA ruled the club had broken youth transfer regulations in order to sign him and imposed a year-long transfer ban on them.
As a result, Adekanye -- who has been compared to Arjen Robben -- joined...