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Highly-rated youngster could be on the way to Ligue 1

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Report in French press suggest that Edinson Cavani deal to PSG could result in City bid for the Swedish captain

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The Anfield boss understands the striker's desire to be playing Champions League football

Norwich complete deal for Blackburn Rovers defender Martin Olsson

The Sweden international joins on a four-year deal

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez

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Striker claims to have two or three options and has welcomed the £30m bid from Arsenal

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Initial offer rejected out of hand by the hierarchy at Anfield

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Jamie Carragher with Luis Suarez at the end of last season

Luis Suarez might stay at Liverpool yet, says club legend Jamie Carragher

'You want to be keeping your best players, which is what he is'

Luis Suarez

Transfer speculation: Liverpool will demand Luis Suarez makes official transfer request

Reports suggest the striker will be forced to make his desire to leave official

Richard Nieuwenhuizen's life support machine was switched off on Monday afternoon

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Death of official who was volunteering at his son's junior club match shocked the Netherlands

Liverpool and Tottenham 'target' Toby Alderweireld keen on switch to Premier League

The Ajax defender has been linked with a few clubs

Stekelenburg

Fulham complete four-year deal for Roma goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg

The Netherlands international joins up with Martin Jol once again

Wilfried Zaha of England warms up during a England U21's training session ahead of their UEFA European Under-21 Championship (Getty Images)

Steve Tongue: Development and success – two contradictory aims for Stuart Pearce at the European Under-21 Championships

The quicker he develops players, the sooner they are moved up a level

Kolo Toure looks set to join Liverpool on a free transfer after his contract expires with Manchester City

Liverpool want Manchester City's Kolo Toure to fill void left by Jamie Carragher's retirement

Brendan Rodger's moves quickly to replace retired centre-back with signing of Ivorian International Toure

Can Chelsea join the list of English champions?

The Blues take on Benfica in Amsterdam in the final

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Liverpool 'target' Christian Eriksen holds talks with Borussia Dortmund

The Ajax midfielder is coveted by a number of clubs

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