England

Thursday 22 June 2017

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The Reds have experienced mixed results when spending big over recent years, with the acquisition of some top talent countered by expensive flops

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Having been very successful for the Giallorossi in the number, the attacker wanted to keep it at Anfield with the Brazil international happy to oblige

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The speedster, who takes over the No. 11 shirt, will earn around £90,000 a week and inject more explosiveness into Jurgen Klopp's forward line

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At the Confederations Cup in the group-stage game between Germany and Chile, the Arsenal forward broke his nation's long-standing goalscoring record

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The Gabon international was the Bundesliga's top scorer last season, and has attracted the attention of Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City

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The Red Devils are in the market for another enforcer in the middle of the park, but what do those reported to be on their transfer radar offer?

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The world's most expensive footballer has turned his hand to a spot of acting, with his pre-game preparations at Old Trafford taking centre stage

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The Colombia international is facing up to an uncertain future at the Serie A champions, despite only recently completing a permanent transfer

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The Barcelona ace and the Real Madrid superstar have been locked in a fierce battle for supremacy for the past decade - and their numbers are stunning

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The Reds will be back in Champions League action next season, but the target now is to bring tangible success back to an expectant fan base at Anfield

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The former Red Devils defender believes the securing of three trophies in the 2016-17 campaign will have had other clubs looking on with envy

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The Real Madrid superstar has seen his own style choices questioned of late, but he has now turned his attention to a colleague generating exit talk

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The Chilean forward continues to be heavily linked with a big-money summer switch, and his current colleague has done little to curb the speculation