Arsene Wenger speaks to the press today ahead of the Emirates Cup

Arsene Wenger hits back at Steven Gerrard's Luis Suarez comment: 'You're never too good for Arsenal and Gerrard knows that'

Gerrard had revealed that he told Suarez not to join Arsenal last year

Ezequiel Lavezzi pictured during the 2014 World Cup final

Liverpool transfer news: PSG forward Ezequiel Lavezzi would 'prefer' move to Juventus despite Liverpool interest

Argentinian has been linked with an £18m move to Anfield to make way for Angel Di Maria at PSG

Jordan Henderson celebrates scoring for Liverpool against Manchester City in the International Champions Cup in New York

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers challenges Jordan Henderson to score 'upwards of 10 goals' this season

Henderson only netted five times last term despite enjoying the best season of his career so far

The Liverpool squad enjoying a night out in New York

Steven Gerrard and Liverpool team-mates put last season's heartache behind them with night out in New York

The Reds are over in the States on pre-season duty

Brendan Rodgers talks with Luis Suarez during a Liverpool training session
Javier Manquillo (L) and Alberto Moreno (R) are closing in on a move to Liverpool

Liverpool transfer news: Reds prepare double swoop as moves for Alberto Moreno and Javier Manquillo will take spending past £100m

Moreno will join for around £20m while Marquillo is set for a season-long loan with a view to a permanent deal

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

Liverpool transfer news: Brendan Rodgers plans more Anfield signings this summer

The Reds have been linked with Alberto Moreno among other stars

Steven Gerrard smiles during the 2-2 draw with Manchester City

Liverpool vs Manchester City: Steven Gerrard slips again...but this time it doesn't come back to haunt him as Reds win

Pre-season International Champions Cup game saw Liverpool emerge victorious on penalties in New York

Steven Gerrard celebrates with Luis Suarez

Steven Gerrard says he told Luis Suarez that the striker was 'too good' for Arsenal

The Uruguayan was subject to a bid from the Gunners last summer

Manchester City vs Liverpool match report: Simon Mignolet the penalty hero as Reds win on spot-kicks

Manchester City 2 Liverpool 2: Steven Gerrard slips again as Stevan Jovetic continues fine pre-season form

New Liverpool signing Dejan Lovren forced to train with the under-21s after US visa mix-up

Former Southampton defender must wait to meet his new Kop teammates

Marco Reus in pre-season training with Borussia Dortmund

Marco Reus: Liverpool, Manchester United and Bayern Munich line-up to sign Germany international

The Borussia Dortmund winger has reportedly rejected a new contract at his current club

Liverpool transfer news: Wilfried Bony available for the 'right offer,' says Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins

Liverpool have been linked with the Ivory Coast international and could make a bid in the coming weeks

Steven Gerrard has admitted he would be willing to help Roy Hodgson pick out the next England captain if he seeked his advice

Steven Gerrard: Liverpool 'getting stronger' says captain, despite Luis Suarez departure

The midfielder is hopeful that a Premier League title challenge can be mounted again

Divock Origi joins Liverpool before immediately being loaned back to Lille

Reds continues to strengthen after losing Luis Suarez to Real Madrid for £75m

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