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Major signings are traditionally paraded in front of fans at the Nou Camp

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Arsene Wenger has entered the race for the 25-year-old, according to reports

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Ryan Bertrand: Brendan Rodgers 'interested in' bringing Chelsea left back to Liverpool

Liverpool boss sees Bertrand as solution to left back problem, according to reports

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Fabio Borini prepares for next season with Liverpool by doing hill sprints in 30C heat

Italian striker impressed on loan at Sunderland last season

Xherdan Shaqiri latest: Switzerland playmaker impresses in defeat as Liverpool continue to chase

Bayern Munich man, 22, most potent threat as Swiss run Argentina close

Luis Suarez to Barcelona: Liverpool to open official talks over £80m transfer involving Alexis Sanchez

There is a consensus on both sides that the Uruguay international will be at the Nou Camp next season

Alexis Sanchez has attracted interest from Arsenal and Liverpool

Alexis Sanchez latest: Barcelona reveal there have been 'offers' for the Arsenal and Liverpool target

Barcelona sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta confirms they have received offers for the Chilean star amid reported interest from Arsenal and Liverpool

Liverpool have announced the signing of Southampton and Liverpool man Adam Lallana

Adam Lallana: Liverpool confirm £25m signing of Southampton and England forward

Lallana said he 'can't wait to get started' at Anfield next season

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Luis Suarez comment: Uruguay must not lionise Liverpool striker but make him see he needs help

The Uruguay striker has admitted he deliberately bit Giorgio Chiellini

Italy's Giorgio Chiellini (L) claims he was bitten by Uruguay's Luis Suarez (R) during the FIFA World Cup 2014 group D preliminary round match between Italy and Uruguay at the Estadio Arena das Dunas in Natal, Brazil

Luis Suarez apology: Statement in full

The Uruguay striker has come clean over the incident with Giorgio Chiellini

Luis Suarez moving to Kosovo? Disgraced Uruguayan offered surprising route back into football

Kosovan Superleague side Hajvalia want Suarez on a short-term deal

James Rodriguez: Real Madrid's interest in Colombian could trigger Luis Suarez move

Rodriguez has admitted he would prefer a move to Madrid but any move would require a possible record bid, and could lead to a number of other big transfers

Belgian World Cup hero Divock Origi

Divock Origi to Liverpool: Belgium striker on verge of £9.8m transfer

The 19-year-old has impressed at the World Cup with his appearances from the bench

Luis Suarez: Liverpool should back Uruguay striker, says Kenny Dalglish

The forward will miss the start of the season yet again for biting an opponent

Alexis Sanchez: Arsenal and Liverpool to step up battle for Barcelona striker

The Chile international impressed at the World Cup

If Saurez bit Chiellini it will be his third such transgression

Luis Suarez transfer news: Liverpool will not allow Uruguay striker to join Barcelona for less than £80m

The club will not allow the troubled striker to leave on the cheap despite his four-month ban from football

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