QPR Boss Wants To Keep Charlie Austin

22nd May 2015, 13:24:25

Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire Newcastle United will face a fight to convince QPR to allow 17-goal Austin to leave.

Newcastle United will face a fight if they want to secure the signing of Charlie Austin this summer - with Queens Park Rangers boss Chris Ramsey claiming he "hopes" to hold on to the striker.


Magpies Forced To "Delay" Danny Ings Signing

20th May 2015, 08:53:30

Lynne Cameron/EMPICS Sport The Burnley ace is a target for the Magpies - but only if they remain in the Premier League.

Newcastle United have been forced to delay their transfer plans, including an ambitious move for Burnley's Danny Ings, as they fight to maintain their Premier League status.


Georginio Wijnaldum Gives Magpies And Liverpool Hope

19th May 2015, 13:14:26

Manu Fernandez/AP The 24-year-old goal-scoring midfielder has sent out a "come-and-get-me" plea.

Newcastle United and Liverpool have been sent what is effectively a "come-and-get-me" plea by Georginio Wijnaldum - with the Dutch midfielder admitting he could leave PSV Eindhoven this summer.


Reds Eye £12m Jovetic

18th May 2015, 12:00:04

Barrington Coombs/EMPICS Sport Rodgers swooping in for misfiring City forward.

After a somewhat disastrous campaign, The Reds are already preparing for life without talismanic skipper Steven Gerrard with a £12m move for Manchester City outcast, Stevan Jovetic, according to The Mirror. The Montenegrin international has only featured 39 times for City over the course of an injury-ravaged two seasons, scoring 11 goals, and holds a decent career total of 74 strikes in 227 outings. LA Galaxy-bound Gerrard is all too aware of Jovetic’s quality after the forward dazzled in a 2009 Champions League victory over Liverpool, scoring both goals in a 2-0 win for previous club, Fiorentina. Gerrard, speaking in 2013, stated: “He (Jovetic) is a wonderful technician and a world-class player."


Magpies Favourites To Land QPR's Charlie Austin

11th May 2015, 13:01:45

Nick Potts/PA Wire Newcastle United look set to beat Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea to Austin's signature.

Queens Park Rangers have just had their relegation to the Championship confirmed - and already Newcastle United are looking to poach star striker Charlie Austin from the west Londoners, even before their own Premier League future is guaranteed.


NUFC Must Target Jurgen Klopp Or Brendan Rodgers Believes Paul Merson

11th May 2015, 11:34:49

Richard Sellers/PA Wire Do Newcastle United really have the clout to target such managers?

Paul Merson usually spends the majority of his time slagging of Newcastle United - yet the former Arsenal forward is now encouraging the club to "show ambition" by trying to sign a big-name head coach such as Jurgen Klopp or Brendan Rodgers.


Magpies And Liverpool Warned Off Georginio Wijnaldum

8th May 2015, 14:44:12

Manu Fernandez/AP Memphis Depay's move to Man United could scupper any deal.

Newcastle United and Liverpool have been warned off pursuing a deal for Georginio Wijnaldum this summer after Memphis Depay agreed to leave PSV Eindhoven for Manchester United.


Former NUFC Midfielder Yohan Cabaye Admits He Is Considering PSG Future

7th May 2015, 11:23:45

Mike Egerton/EMPICS Sport The France midfielder wants more game time - so could a return to England be on the cards?

Yohan Cabaye left the Premier League almost 18 months ago and the midfielder's presence has been sorely missed - yet the Frenchman has admitted he is considering his Paris Saint-Germain future at a "distinct" moment in his career.


10 Things Steven Gerrard Wants Liverpool Fans To Forget

24th February 2015, 10:57:30

Caught Offside "Steve Gerrard, Gerrard. He slipped up on his..."

After a career that has spanned some 17 years, taken in almost every major honour a player can win, and provided some of the Premier League's most iconic moments, 2015 will see Steven Gerrard finally call time on his career in England.


Liverpool vs Besiktas Preview

19th February 2015, 15:31:03

Adam Davy/PA Wire The Redmen could be up against it tonight...

Liverpool will be looking to avenge their early Champions League exit when they face Besiktas in the Euopa League round of 32 tonight.


10 Signings To Ensure Premier League Glory

17th February 2015, 15:50:20

Mike Egerton/EMPICS Sport 10 Players Liverpool should sign if they want to challenge for the League next season.

Last summer saw Brendan Rodgers spend over £100 million as he aimed to improve on the squad that challenged for the Premier League title last season.


Reds Still Fighting For Danny Ings

2nd February 2015, 17:44:56

Scott Heppell/AP NO deal in place for Burnley striker yet.

It seems those reports of Danny Ings signing a pre-contract deal at Real Sociedad might have been premature. Sky Sports' Spanish expert Guillem Balague has confirmed that the deal is not yet done and that it's now down to a two horse race between David Moyes' side and Liverpool, who remain keen to sign him.


Has Danny Ings Snubbed Anfield For Spain?

2nd February 2015, 14:20:12

Scott Heppell/AP Burnley boy agrees pre-contract to join David Moyes at Sociedad.

Despite his assertion that he wanted to stay at Burnley for the foreseeable future (or at least until his contract runs out in the summer), Danny Ings' future has been a massive story at the tail end of this transfer window. With his availability on a free in the summer it was assumed that the likes of Liverpool and Chelsea would fight it out to snap him up on a pre-contract and allow him to stay with the Premier League newcomers until the summer to keep them up.


8 Things Brendan Rodgers Must Do To Improve In 2015

20th December 2014, 10:41:02

Jon Super/AP The David Brent-esque Northern Irishman has plenty to work on.......

In the summer, Brendan Rodgers’ managerial stock couldn’t really have been much higher if he had tried. The Northern Irishman had just guided Liverpool to within a few games of winning their maiden Premier League title, and he had got the Reds playing some of the most expansive, entertaining football in the club’s history. He was young, attacking and seemingly destined to be the heir to Bill Shankly at Anfield.


Ranking Liverpool's 10 Worst Players Of The Season So Far

16th December 2014, 11:24:13

Jon Super/AP Who's been the worst of a very bad bunch?

It's fair to say that Liverpool's 2014/15 season has been an utter disaster so far. Having so brilliantly finished second last season, nobody would have predicted such a poor showing this time around, regardless of the exit of the wondrous Luis Suarez. Brendan Rodgers' side have produced consistently insipid performances, and because of it they currently lie in eleventh place in the Premier League and have been eliminated from the Champions League.


10 Liverpool Players Who Started With A Bang

13th December 2014, 13:18:50

Phil Noble/PA Archive It's always important to make a good first impression.

It's imperative to make a good first impression at a football club. While other grounds can be harsher mistresses than the loyal and patient crowd that resides within Anfield, players know that they still need to get off on the right foot when given their opportunity in the first-team. Such is the high demand for first-team places, there can't be much room for manoeuvre or too long of a bedding-in process - instant success is the name of the game in modern football.


10 Liverpool Heroes Whose Careers Have Nosedived Since Leaving Anfield

8th December 2014, 15:33:17

Nick Potts/PA Archive Why would you ever want to leave Anfield?

They say the grass isn't always greener. For these players, they were never able to replicate their Anfield prowess elsewhere, no matter how forcefully they tried. Whether they were pushed out the door due to their ageing limbs, or they simply jumped at the chance to sign for a 'bigger' club in the hope of hoisting some more trophies, their transfers simply did not work out for them, and they subsequently spent their remaining years as a professional trying in to vain to recapture some glimpse of form.


Liverpool's 10 Greatest Champions League Victories

8th December 2014, 12:10:37

THOMAS KIENZLE/AP "What a hit son. What a hit".

On Tuesday evening, Liverpool face Basel in what has the potential to become another one of those famous Anfield Champions League nights. Brendan Rodgers' team know that victory over the Swiss side will see them progress to the knockout stages of Europe's greatest club competition, surely lining up a glamour tie against one of the biggest clubs on the continent in the process. There is a lot of work to be done, however, and Basel have proved to be a thorn in the Reds' side a few times in the past.