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Liverpool FC: Number 7
Signed: 31st Jan 2011 – From: Ajax – Cost: £22.8m
As Luis Suarez dominates the thoughts of Liverpool supporters once again, is it finally time for Merseyside to move on from the Uruguayan?
While Luis Suarez’s move to Barcelona in 2014 was widely reported to be worth £75 million, a recent report reveals it was closer to £65 million.
The form Roberto Firmino has enjoyed throughout 2016 so far is similar to that of former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez at the same age in 2010/11.
Former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez returned to Melwood on Tuesday morning.
Luis Suarez has revealed he would only be interested in a Barclays Premier League return if it was with Liverpool.
With Deadline Day upon us, we take a look at Liverpool’s 10 most notable pieces of business.
Striker Daniel Sturridge has “world-class” qualities which can still make a difference to the Liverpool attack, according to former Reds boss Brendan Rodgers.
Speaking about the possibility of life after Barcelona, Luis Suarez hinted at a possible return to Liverpool in the future.
With Liverpool’s FA Cup clash at Exeter City approaching, we look at how the Reds fared in their last five games at this stage of the competition.
Liverpool have not enjoyed a good 2015 at all, in terms of results.
Incoming Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will inherit a squad that is bereft of natural leaders compared to years gone by, and that must change.
Chris McLoughlin is looking forward to new Liverpool No. 7 James Milner opening his account for the Reds against Norwich on Sunday…
Many great players have made huge impressions at Liverpool FC throughout history, but who have been the Reds’ most important signings ever?
Howard Webb admits he should’ve given Luis Suarez penalty against Arsenal in the FA Cup in 2014.
As the dust settles on Raheem Sterling’s move to Manchester City, Aaron Cutler asks whether it’s possible to leave Liverpool on good terms.
Next up in our Liverpool Lifetime XI challenge series is This is Anfield feature writer and match reporter Henry Jackson, with a 21st century selection.
The latest in our Liverpool Lifetime XI challenge series is This is Anfield columnist Aaron Cutler, whose lineup is a feast of modern-era talent.