The winter transfer window ended a few weeks ago and Liverpool’s Brendan Rodgers did not make any big changes or signings in January but even though nothing really happened in the squad, Brendan Rodgers remains happy and confident about how his team has been developing which is why the manager decided not to have an active transfer window.
“With the group of players we have and obviously the market dictates it as well. I am happy with how the team and the squad is developing and between now and the end of the season we’ll look to continue with that improvement. We would want to keep all the players here.”
Mario Balotelli was one of the few players in the team of Brendan Rodgers who was being linked with a move outside of Liverpool after having endured a disastrous campaign with Liverpool as the Italian forward has only managed to score 1 Premier League goal in 13 appearances. Continue reading
Brendan Rodgers is confident that his squad can finish in the top four, but has once again deterred talk of a title challenge, ESPN understands.
The Reds’ 5-1 win over Arsenal on Saturday gave them a five point cushion over fifth place Tottenham Hotspur, and also left them just six points shy of league leaders Chelsea.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers and striker Daneil Sturridge have been named Barclays Manager and Player of the month for August.
It is the second time Rodgers has received the accolade, while it is Sturridge’s first of his career.
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Liverpool are reportedly interested in taking Barcelona forward Cristian Tello as part a deal that could see goalkeeper Pepe Reina move in the opposite direction.
The La Liga Champions have long been linked with move for the Reds first choice shot stopper, who signed from Villarreal in 2005.
Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva has expressed his delight after signing a new long-term deal at Anfield.
The 26 year old, who joined from Gremio in his native Brazil in 2007 told the clubs website that he is “looking forward to a few more years” on Merseyside.