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Midfielder Alberto Aquilani is willing to return to Liverpool at the end of the season if Juventus do not want to sign him on a permanent deal.

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Liverpool have paid out more than £9m – the price of the second striker they could not afford last summer – on agents' fees in the past year, a figure eclipsed only by Chelsea, as the Anfield club tackled the legacy of previous manager Rafael Benitez.

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Juventus head coach Luigi Del Neri praised loan midfielder Alberto Aquilani for his fine performance in the 4-0 weekend win at home to Lecce.

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They don't all sing from the same hymn sheet at Anfield about Roy Hodgson's new perspectives on success. Daniel Agger, whose inclination to attack from defence has seen him left out of the side for the last two league games, declared yesterday that he will not abandon those offensive tendencies.

Bank declares Liverpool 'toxic' and prepares to force club's sale

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Hodgson issues warning to Liverpool players

Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson has warned players if they have nothing to offer either the current first team or the future of the club then they will be shipped out of Anfield.

Aquilani wants to leave Liverpool

Alberto Aquilani has dropped a major hint that he will not return to Liverpool following his season-long loan at Juventus.

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