Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will not listen to any bids for Philippe Coutinho, saying: "We are not a selling club."Read the full story ›
Liverpool's new signing Mohamed Salah will not feature in their first pre-season friendly at Tranmere because of immigration protocol.
The Egypt international, a £34.3million signing from Roma, began training at Melwood on Saturday a few days later than the rest of the squad.
However, standard immigration procedure requires him to leave the country and then return.
"Mo Salah is here in training but cannot play because of the rules, so that's what we have to accept," manager Jurgen Klopp told liverpoolfc.com.
"We will try to get the working permission or the visa, I'm not sure what it is we need to get but we have to go to Paris and leave him there for a day or two and then he'll come back.
"We are hopeful he can play soon."
Adam Lallana and Philippe Coutinho will also not feature at Prenton Park as they only returned to training on Tuesday after an extended summer break following international commitments.
Away from the first team Klopp has pledged to give Steven Gerrard all the support he needs as the former captain prepares for his first full season as coach.
Gerrard has taken over the club's under-18s team, having closely associated himself with that group during his initial roving role at the club's academy in February.
He will oversee them in their first pre-season friendly against Burton Albion behind closed doors at St George's Park and Klopp is keen to give the former midfielder all the help he requires to develop the club's next generation of players.
"I can imagine how excited he is," said Klopp.
"It's a wonderful job to work with these skilled boys and to do the things you think are right for them, bring in new experience and learn a lot of things at the same time.
"It will be a fantastic time for him. Of course we'll have a close relationship with him and the U23s, we always had it.
"It's very important for us because that's our next generation and we want to help them as much as we can. Of course we'll be in close contact."
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This year marks the 40th anniversary of Liverpool's first European Cup triumph.
The team of '77 also won the league championship and would have become the first club to win the treble, if it wasn't for Manchester United.
Chris Hall looks back at the sights and sounds surrounding one of the most dominant teams in football history.
New Liverpool chief executive Peter Moore speaks to ITV Granada's Mike Hall on his first day in the job.
A life-long Liverpool fan, he talks about his roots in the city, ambitions for the club, the further development of Anfield and the commitment of the Reds' American owners.
Peter Moore today embarks on his first day as Liverpool Football Club's new CEO.
Moore was born in Liverpool and is a life-long supporter of the club. He moves to Anfield from gaming giants EA Sports.
He spoke to ITV Granada's Mike Hall about plans for Anfield and the commitment of the club's owners, Fenway Sports Group.
Gary Speed and Steven Gerrard, the former Everton and Liverpool footballers, are to be inducted into Football's Hall Of Fame.Read the full story ›
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he has not set his side a points target this season.
The Reds are chasing a top four finish in the Premier League which brings Champions League qualification. Ahead of today's match at West Brom they are in third place on 63 points - six points clear of fifth-placed Manchester United.
The average points tally for a top-four finish in the last 10 years is 67.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp's impressed by Steven Gerrard's first steps in coaching and says he'll be in charge of a team next season.Read the full story ›
Manchester City have accepted a Football Association charge of misconduct relating to the behaviour of players in last weekend's game against Liverpool.
The club were charged with failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion following a controversial penalty decision in the second half of Sunday's 1-1 Premier League draw at the Etihad Stadium.
City, who were given until Friday to respond, have now indicated they will plead guilty. The case will be heard by an independent regulatory commission in due course.