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Tuesday’s Liverpool FC news round-up

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Well it’s been another day of transfer speculation at Anfield today. Here’s bringing you up to speed on the day’s events…

  • Tuesday’s Rumours: Gerrard, Torres, Scharner, Gyan
    Liverpool have been linked with moves for former Wigan midfielder Paul Scharner, who is out of contract, and Ghanaian international striker Asamoah Gyan. Read More

  • Real give up on Gerrard as Iniesta hints on Torres decision
    Real Madrid have withdrawn their interest in Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard, saying the Reds are asking too much (€70million) and his age (30) is too old. Meanwhile Andres Iniesta says Fernando Torres will ponder his future over the next two weeks, amid speculation linking the Spanish international with a move to Chelsea. Read More

  • Striker staying at Anfield to fight for place
    David Ngog’s agent fully expects the striker to stay at Liverpool and fight for a first team place, despite speculation linking him with a loan move away from the club. Read More

  • Aquilani’s ankle “has 100% healed”
    The new Head of Sport Science and Medicine at Liverpool has revealed that Italian midfielder Alberto Aquilani’s troublesome ankle injury has “100% healed” ahead of the new season. Read More

  • Mascherano agent stirs speculation with “dream move” talk
    Javier Mascherano’s agent says a potential summer move to Inter Milan would be “a dream” for the Argentine international midfielder. Read More

    Also today:

  • World Cup 2010: Reds XI vs. Ex-Reds XI – Keith Perkins takes a look at the Liverpool connections at the World Cup, there will plenty of them.
  • Photo Special: World Cup Winning Reds Party – Photos from Reina and Torres’ post World Cup winning celebrations in Madrid.

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