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Moreno back in full training for Liverpool

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Liverpool defender Alberto Moreno is back in training with the squad as he continues his recovery from an ankle injury.

The Spanish left-back has been out of action since being forced off before half-time during the Reds' 7-0 Champions League win over Spartak Moscow on December 6.

The 25-year-old told the club's website, "I can still feel it's not quite right but it's getting better every day and the good thing is that I'm training with the rest of the group.

"We're just waiting for this little discomfort to go away and then I'll be raring to go."

Moreno does not yet have a potential comeback date in mind, meaning Saturday's FA Cup fourth-round tie with West Brom is likely to come too soon.

He said: "I honestly don't know. It'll be the manager who decides exactly when I come back but what I do want to make sure of is that I'm fully 100 per cent when I do make my comeback."

Inter Milan lodge loan bid for Sturridge - reports

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Inter Milan have offered an undisclosed loan fee for Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge.

The 28-year-old England striker has made only five starts for Liverpool this season, the last coming on the 25th of November against Chelsea.

It is understood that the Serie A side would pay his wages and discussions have also opened up towards a potential permanent transfer when the season concludes.

Spanish side Sevilla have also been linked with a move for the former Chelsea and Manchester City forward.

Former Liverpool and PSG striker joins Ross County

David Ngog has joined Ross County. Credit: PA

Ross County manager Owen Coyle has signed former Liverpool and Paris St Germain striker David Ngog for a second time.

Coyle bought Ngog for Bolton in a £4million deal in 2011 but has got him on a free transfer this time.

The 28-year-old was a free agent after departing Greek top-flight club Panionios.

Ngog, who spent two years back in his native France with Reims after a short spell at Swansea in 2014, has signed until the end of the season following a successful trial.

Coyle told the Ladbrokes Premiership bottom club's official website: "I'm delighted to bring a player of David's calibre to Ross County Football Club.

"Having worked with him before at Bolton, I am all too familiar with his qualities and I think he will be an excellent addition to our attacking options."


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