Liverpool have vehemently dismissed claims they have approached Carlo Ancelotti about the possibility of succeeding manager Brendan Rodgers.Read the full story ›
Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet insists he will not change his approach despite the error which cost his side victory against Norwich.Read the full story ›
Winger Jordon Ibe has confirmed his commitment to England.
The London-born 19-year-old is also eligible for Nigeria, but having progressed through youth teams to make his England Under-21 debut earlier this month he wants to continue that pathway.
"It was my choice and it feels the right choice for me," he told liverpoolfc.com.
"I was born here and have played in the younger age groups. I want to take it up to the first team one day."
Liverpool have turned to a specialist in the USA to help solve skipper Jordan Henderson's long-term foot injury.Read the full story ›
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says striker Daniel Sturridge looked at his best for a year and a half when he returned to training this week.
But as the England front man continues to recover from a succession of injuries and a hip operation, Rodgers says he can't say that Sturridge is over the worst of his health problems.
The Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is praising the ''hunger'' his new signings have brought to Anfield.Read the full story ›
Liverpool begin life without Raheem Sterling with a trip to Stoke, where they were thrashed on the final day of last season.
But there are plenty of new faces, including £32 million pound signing Christian Bentecke.
Earlier this week Baggies boss Tony Pulis went public with his admiration for Lambert.
"I think it is very important we get players who score goals and Rickie has a great goalscoring record," he said.
"From what I can gather from people at Liverpool, his fitness levels are very good and he is desperate to play football.
"He didn't play last year so it would be like bringing a brand new car out of the garage if you did sign him, just putting a bit of petrol in him and letting him run."
It's being reported that Liverpool and England striker Ricky Lambert has been given permission to undergo a medical at West Brom after the Reds accepted an offer of £3million.
The 33-year-old is set to leave his boyhood club just 12 months after being signed from Southampton for £4.5million.
According to the Liverpool Echo, Lambert was resigned to leaving after Liverpool's £32.5million capture of Aston Villa's Belgian centre-forward Christian Benteke and the signing of Brazilian Roberto Firmino for £29million.
With Danny Ings and Divock Origi also joining Brendan Rodgers' squad, Lambert accepted he would need to depart in search of regular first-team football.
Lambert realised a dream when he signed for Liverpool some 17 years after he was released as a trainee.
However, he endured a frustrating campaign and found his opportunities limited. He scored three goals in 36 appearances but made just 12 starts.
A 650-tonne roof truss is being lifted over Liverpool FC's Anfield stadium as the development of the ground continues.Read the full story ›