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- Lionel Messi has not been ruled out of Wednesday's Copa del Rey trip to Valencia by Barcelona coach Luis Enrique but the Blaugrana superstar looks likely to be rested after undergoing a procedure to treat kidney stones.
Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has told beIN Sports he has had five job offers since leaving Anfield, including an opportunity to return to Swansea City.
Rodgers was sacked as Liverpool boss in October following a poor start to the season, with the Northern Irishman replaced by Jurgen Klopp.
Among the sides to have approached the 43-year-old since his departure are his ex-club Swansea City, who he left to take over at Liverpool in 2012.
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Rodgers said: "I have had five opportunities...
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says the club have received "the sign" from Saturday's supporters' walkout at Anfield and says compromise is needed in the debate over rising ticket prices.
About 10,000 Liverpool fans protested a new ticket pricing scheme for next season by walking out of the club's match on Saturday in the 77th minute.
The club have caused outrage with the cost of tickets for next season, with the most expensive matchday ticket rising to £77.
On Monday, Liverpool cancelled...