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    • Liverpool may be focused well and truly on the League and European competition, however a sneaky eye is also being cast to what may be on the market come the summer transfer window.

      While the name of Timo Werner has been heavily linked of late with the player himself making no secret of his admiration for the club, another player currently plying his trade in the Bundesliga has come into the discussion.

      The Mirror (via Bild) reports that Werder Bremen winger Milot Rashica is a player who really interests Jürgen Klopp as the manager has closely tracked his performances this season.

      While Werder Bremen are currently mired in relegation scrap sitting in 19th position and five points from safety, Rashica has been a shining star scoring seven league goals (along with three in the German Cup) and adding three assists.

      The Kosovo international came to Germany from Vitesse Arnhem where he was part of the squad who won the KNVB Beker (Dutch Cup) for the first time in their history in 2017.

      While Rashica can play as a striker, it is believed that he strengths lie mostly on the left of a front three where he can potentially provide cover for Sadio Mane.

      He is very comfortable cutting inside from the flank and is an adept crosser of the ball and a classy finisher from dead ball situations.  

      Speaking recently about what may lie ahead, Rashica says his hunger for scoring goals is always forefront in his mind.

      “I'm never satisfied. I always want more. When I've scored 10 goals, I want to score 15. When I have scored 15, I want 20. 

      "I think I've done OK (this season), but I hope to score several more goals."

      Borussia Dortmund is another team who have shown interest, Rashica is focusing on his current club and helping maintain their status in the top flight.

      "I'm not thinking about that at all right now. We have much more important things in forefront of us. 

      “In football, you can't plan ahead much anyway. At the moment, I'm only concentrating on Werder Bremen and on bouncing back."

      It is believed the release clause in Rashica's contract is in the vicinity of £31 million.

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    • "If they are happy we are suspended, I say to the president of Barcelona, give us two appeals," the 49-year-old added.   Paraphrasing the late, great Harry Kane there.
    • It appears that Adam Lallana’s time at Liverpool is in its final few months with a new contract not on the cards.

      Sky Sports reports that the club have made it clear that there will be no new deal for the veteran midfielder and he is free to negotiate his future.

      While a number of Premier Leqgue clubs have made enquires, it is believed that Leicester have got a jump on their rivals although Lallana will assess all options very closely before making a final decision.

      Brendan Rodgers has got an obvious link with the 31 year-old having brought him to the Reds in the summer of 2014.

      In that time, Lallana has made 175 appearances and scored 22 appearances in all competitions.  

      While the first three seasons saw the midfielder as a key member of the starting 11, a number of injuries and increased competition for spots saw opportunities become limited for the ex-Southampton man.

      While he has had his share of critics within the fanbase during his six season stint, you certainly could not question his attitude which has been first class and why someone like Jürgen Klopp rates him so highly.

      In truth, he will leave the club on a high note having made a number of meaningful contributions this season, in comparison to his previous last two campaigns.

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    • They’re gonna have a party..................
    • Add to that the 25% of non football supporting people who probably also “go the game” at Goodison and you have a 50-50 split. As evidenced by the turnout for the bus tour after the CL final last time and as we’ll no doubt see the next time Everton actually win something.
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