Liverpool’s new Signing, Sturridge’s Future and U23 Success

Afternoon Bulletin

Transfer News

Daniel Sturridge is looking more and more likely to be leaving the club this transfer window. An offer has been put in by Inter Milan for a loan move for the striker. Liverpool are currently considering the deal with Jürgen Klopp favouring the likes of Roberto Firmino, Danny Ings and Dominic Solanke in the match day squads so far this season.

Emre Can captained Liverpool in there defeat at Swansea on Monday night, the German midfielder has been linked with a move to Juventus for some time now. With Can’s deal running out in the summer he is allowed to sign an premature contract with an oversees club this month. However, Can is still unsure whether he will move to Italy or stay at Liverpool, who are still trying to work a deal for their centre midfielder.

Liverpool have made a £200,000 deal with Scottish club Falkirk for the signing of young defender Tony Gallacher. The 18-year-old full back will link up with the U23 Squad.

21-year-old German winger Julian Brandt will ignore interest from Liverpool to stay at current club Bayer Leverkusen. The highly rated youngster has also been linked with Barcelona and Bayern Munich.

Lokomotiv Moscow have approached Liverpool for 23-year-old Lazar Markovic. The Serbia winger spent last season on loan at Sporting Lisbon and Hull City. After making a £20million move to the reds in 2014 Markovic has only managed 2 goals for the club.

Team News

Despite his move to Inter looking imminent. Sturridge could be in the squad for the FA Cup tie on Saturday night against West Brom.

Klopp may rejig his team around according to the Daily Star. Lallana could come into start as well as Klavan, Alexander-Arnold and Solanke.

Youngsters

Liverpool U23’s have reached the last eight of the Premier League International Cup. They beat Newcastle and PSV in their fixtures, but were defeated by Sparta Prague. The 6 points saw them through to the next round as group leaders.

Members of Steven Gerrard’s squad came together to meet with residents and help clean up at a Liverpool-based homeless shelter this week.