Brendan Rodgers

Transfer news: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers plays down talk of Cristian Tello deal but admits work over new arrivals is ongoing

The Barcelona winger has been linked with a move to Anfield but Rodgers insists that there are no 'imminent' arrivals

Cristian Tello has been linked with Liverpool

Transfer news: Liverpool eye loan move for Barcelona winger Cristian Tello - reports

The 22-year-old has been marginalised at the Nou Camp this season

Luis Suarez celebrates after scoring for Liverpool against Cardiff City

Luis Suarez is 'the best player in the world', claims Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard

Step aside Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo - the best player on the planet resides at Anfield

Lionel Messi (left) and Pablo Zabaleta celebrate for Argentina. Could they soon be celebrating goal for Manchester City?

Transfer news: Lionel Messi to Manchester City? He does often ask about City, claims Argentina team-mate Pablo Zabaleta

Yaya Toure has also spoken of his desire to play alongside Messi at the Etihad

Transfer news: Chelsea and Manchester City face battle for Mateo Musacchio

Premier League clubs must compete with Barcelona for Villareal centre-back

<p>Andres Iniesta (Barcelona)</p>
<p>Not quite as improbable as it sounds. Iniesta’s contract expires in 2015 and negotiations on a new deal have stalled. David Moyes has castigated his midfield for their inability to pass and there are none better at that than the great Catalan.</p>

Transfer news: Andres Iniesta not going to Manchester United after agreeing new Barcelona deal

Spanish superstar signed three-year contract extension

Frank De Boer

Tottenham are 'interested' in Frank De Boer, but for now he is focused on Ajax, says agent

Spurs are seeking a permanent replacement for Andre Villas-Boas

The players run for cover after referee Mark Clattenberg postpones the League Cup quarter-final, although the Stoke City players don't appear to be in a rush as they want play to continue.

Stoke 0 Manchester United 2: League Cup quarter-final postponed for 10 minutes after heavy rain and hail hits the Brittania Stadium

Players run for cover as the Potteries turns into a Winter Wonderland

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez celebrates after scoring against Tottenham

Luis Suarez contract will 'take care of itself' if Liverpool can keep improving

Brendan Rodgers wants his side, who are second in the league, to focus on the football

Atletico Mineiro forward Ronaldinho (L) celebrates with his teammate Jo after scoring a goal during their semi-final - however it wasn't enough to see them through to the final

Ronaldinho expects World Cup 2014 hopes are over after Atletico Mineiro suffer shock exit from Club World Cup

The Brazilian side were beaten by Raja Casablanca

The San Mames Stadium in Bilbao was opened this year and cost £178m

European Commission confusion over Athletic Bilbao's stadium deal under investigation

Fourth state-aid case launched around the funding for new San Mames Stadium

Gilberto Silva in action for Atletico Mineiro

Arsenal can surprise Bayern Munich in the Champions League, says former midfielder Gilberto Silva

The growing maturity of the younger players has given the Gunners reason to believe that can end trophy drought

Sergio Aguero scores against Arsenal

Sergio Aguero could be out for 'eight weeks' reveal Manchester City, and is now in race to be fit for Champions League tie against Barcelona

The full extent of the striker's calf injury still remains uncertain

Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola was convinced to join Bayern Munich after president went on trip to sell sausages

Uli Hoeness was on a private strip to the US when he spoke with the former Barcelona coach

Neymar predicted Barcelona would draw Manchester City in the Champions League

Manchester City will provide a much-need test for Barcelona when they meet in the Champions League

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