Luis Suarez will be staying put at Anfield declared a confident Brendan Rodgers as the Liverpool boss set his stall out in the face of growing interest from Juventus for his star striker. The new manager had this to say to the Daily Mail regarding the Uruguayan hit-man, “I’ve had a brilliant chat with Luis. He’s really looking forward to being here and we are obviously hoping that we can get him on to another new contract. He’s really looking forward to the new season.” The 25 year old’s time in England has been indifferent to say the least but he still represents the most potent threat in the red half of Merseyside and the club are likely to do everything possible to keep him happy at Anfield.
New Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers looks determined to give outcast Alberto Aquilani another chance at Liverpool as his agent revealed that the Italian will be assessed during the Reds’ pre-season training. With rumours linking the player to AC Milan and Napoli, the midfielder could stay back at Anfield this summer if the new boss is impressed with the 27 year-old. The player’s agent told Italian radio station Radio Kiss Kiss, “Despite his good experience with AC Milan, my client will take part in pre-season training with Liverpool, as they want to look at him closely before deciding his future.”
In what could prove to be the biggest transfer shock of the 21st century, AC Milan have trained their eyes on none other than Andy Carroll to help them revitalize their squad according to the Metro. Silvio Berlusconi Jr, the son of owner and former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, was enamored with the £35m Liverpool striker, saying: “This is a new era for Milan. We will continue to get younger while maintaining the culture. Milan still has its superstars. As a future target I’d like Andy Carroll. I must admit that for his body build, and after seeing his header in the Euros, I would like to have Carroll at Milan.” Milan already have one gigantic striker in Zlatan Ibrahimovic and the dream of a beauty and the beast partnership with Carroll could well be the final piece in the jigsaw for the once dominant European force.