Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert has turned down a move to Aston Villa to fight for his place at Anfield.Read the full story ›
Diego Costa has been charged with violent conduct by the Football Association following his clash with Emre Can in Chelsea's Capital One Cup semi-final second leg win over Liverpool.
The striker's apparent stamp on the Liverpool defender was missed by match officials and reviewed on video on Wednesday.
Costa has until 6pm on Thursday to respond to the charge, but faces no action for a similar incident involving Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel later in the match.
Referee Michael Oliver will make the decision on whether Diego Costa should be charged with violent conduct.Read the full story ›
Branislav Ivanovic kept his head as Chelsea edged a frenetic, ill-tempered clash with Liverpool to advance to the Capital One Cup final.Read the full story ›
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says he will risk striker Daniel Sturridge "only if he is available to perform".
Sturridge has been out of action for five months with thigh and calf injuries.
Liverpool vice-captain Jordan Henderson insisted it was vital the Merseyside club do not become another shock FA Cup fourth-round victim.Read the full story ›
Brendan Rodgers admits it has been a difficult first half of the season for Liverpool but believes there are plenty of reasons to be optimistic as players return from injury.
Liverpool have announced the departure of midfielder Suso to AC Milan.
The 21-year-old Spaniard has failed to make a serious impact at Anfield since joining from Cadiz in 2011.
He made just 21 appearances in that time, scoring his only goal against Middlesbrough earlier this season.
A short statement from Liverpool read: "Everybody at Liverpool thanks Suso for his contribution and wishes him all the best for the future."
Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre has left the door open for Steven Gerrard to return on loan once he moves to Los Angeles Galaxy.Read the full story ›
A former detective has told a court how he swore at a colleague to stop him from taking photographs of fans at Hillsborough.
But the inquests in Warrington have heard that a reference to the conversation was removed from former officer Michael Tissington's witness statement.
He said he was told that the images were being taken on the request of an Assistant Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police.
The witness said there was some verbal abuse from supporters after bodies had been removed from the adjoining pen but added that he "would have probably been in the same state".
Mr Tissington said he told the scenes of crime officer, dressed in civilian clothes, that he was making the situation worse and that he would get them all lynched.