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West Brom are expected to step up their interest in Liverpool's Rickie Lambert in the next 24 hours.
The Baggies are keen to bring the striker to The Hawthorns and talks are set to take place between all parties.
A deal could be wrapped up by the end of the week with Albion's transfer activity expected to gather pace now boss Tony Pulis has returned from the United States following their three-game tour.
Lambert struggled to make an impact at Liverpool after a move from Southampton last summer with the 33-year-old scoring just three times in 36 appearances.
He rejected a deadline day move to Aston Villa in February with the forward insisting he did not want to leave Liverpool after just half a season.
But the England international will also fall down the pecking order on Merseyside with the impending arrival of Christian Benteke, with the Aston Villa striker set to complete a £32.5million transfer to Anfield.
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Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler has found a unique way to launch the club's new away kit, by launching himself out of a plane.
The former striker looked comfortable posing for a selfie as the plane took to the skies, and even seemed relaxed as he and an instructor jumped from the plane.
Liverpool could be out to trigger Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke's release clause with a £32.5m bid.
The Liverpool Echo are reporting the Reds plan to make Benteke their second most expensive signing.
Benteke has been a target for boss Brendan Rodgers all summer, with Villa refusing to budge on their valuation of the player.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers say there is "not a need" for a direct replacement for Raheem Sterling.
Sterling became the most expensive English player when he joined Manchester City for £49m.
The Reds had already secured the services of Brazilian Roberto Firmino who was touted as a like-for-like replacement, but Rodgers seemed to deny this.
Speaking to Liverpool's official website on the club's tour of Australia, Rodgers said:
It's not so much [about] a direct replacement for Raheem, it's just about improving the squad. We've brought in a number of really good players and you add that to what we've already got and the balance in the team looks strong. There's not a need, I didn't feel, for a direct replacement for Raheem.
Manchester City and Liverpool FC have both confirmed that Raheem Sterling's transfer has been finalised.
Sterling was transferred to city for £49 million, a record signing for an English player.
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Liverpool began their pre-season tour with an easy 4-0 victory over Thailand All-Stars at the Rajamangala National Stadium in Bangkok this afternoon.
The Reds made a perfect start to the match when Lazar Markovic scored in less than three minutes, and Mamadou Sakho doubled the lead towards the end of the first half.
Brendan Rodgers changed his entire team at half time, and Adam Lallana quickly added a third before Divock Origi scored his first goal for the club with thunderous header in the closing stages.
Absent from the squad is new Liverpool singing Roberto Firmino, and although he may not of played today he gave Liverpool fans a taste of his talent on his Instagram page:
Police are investigating a number of offensive comments made to footballer Raheem Sterling on Twitter.
The 20-year-old is expected to move from Liverpool to Manchester City this week for £49 million. Officers say they're taking threats against his young daughter extremely seriously.
"The language used in these tweets is abhorrent,"
"We are taking the incident extremely seriously and an investigation by detectives in Liverpool CID is ongoing.
"People who use the internet to target others and who commit criminal offences such as harassment or hate crime in doing so are not beyond the law and can expect to be brought to justice."