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Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling

Transfer news: Raheem Sterling linked with loan move to Swansea if Liverpool complete swoop for Mohamed Salah

Sterling was linked with Swansea, although their chairman says the arrival of Thomas Ince is more likely

Daniel Sturridge celebrates after scoring an equaliser for Liverpool against Everton

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge set to give Brendan Rodgers a boost as he nears an early return from injury

Rodgers says the England international is well ahead of schedule while Steven Gerrard could be available for tomorrow's match against Hull

Roberto Martinez feels that Everton can improve in 2014 following their brilliant first half of the season

Everton 2 Southampton 1: Roberto Martinez warns rivals by claiming Toffees can 'improve' in 2014

The Spaniard refuses to set a target so early in the season but admits it has been an 'outstanding' effort to secure 37 points already

Referee Mark Clattenburg

Everton v Southampton: Mark Clattenburg returns to Goodison Park six years after Merseyside derby controversy

Mark Clattenburg will referee an Everton match at Goodison Park tomorrow for the first time in six years when he is in charge for the visit of Southampton.

Luis Suarez of Liverpool celebrates scoring his team's second goal

Luis Suarez signs new contract: Liverpool make biggest statement of intent since they signed Kenny Dalglish

Signing Suarez to a new contract has the double benefit of making it harder for him to leave the club and making it easier to attract new players

Luis Suarez craves plaudits, like so many in the strikers' union

Luis Suarez signs new contract: The Liverpool striker by numbers

The Uruguay has agreed a new deal at Anfield

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez celebrates after scoring against Tottenham

Luis Suarez: Liverpool striker ends exit speculation by signing 'long-term' contract

The Uruguay international pushed for a move away over the summer

Leighton Baines has been ruled out for up to six weeks after suffering a broken foot

Leighton Baines 'not far away' from making Everton return

Roberto Martinez reveals left-back is making quick recovery

Transfer news: Real Madrid to bid for Luis Suarez despite Liverpool opening contract talks - reports

Spanish giants set to try and lure Uruguayan away in the summer

Leighton Baines pictured during the Merseyside derby which ended 3-3

Leighton Baines targets Christmas return for Everton

The England international broke his toe in the Merseyside derby

Derek Acorah car crash: TV psychic Derek Acorah charged with careless driving

Police say the Merseyside-based medium charged with careless driving and failure to provide a breath test

Liverpool council insists there are just 'one or two' homeless people without nighttime accommodation

Liverpool residents who give to beggars told: "Your kindness could kill"

A new council-run campaign aims to encourage people to give to charity instead

Drug courier jailed for supplying heroin to grandmother who hid stash amongst Cornish pasties

Simon Kinney, 49, and Teresa Wood, 63, part of a £1m drug supply chain

LIttle and large: Andy Carroll and Luis SUarez were both wigned for Liverpool in January 2011 after the sale of Fernando Torres

Transfer news: Sale of Andy Carroll to West Ham was the making of Luis Suarez, claims Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

Rodgers claims that he had to sell Carroll in order to get the best from Suarez

David Moyes must at least ensure that Manchester United qualify for next season's Champions League

Manchester United must win 'an awful lot of games' if they are to retain the Premier League title, admits David Moyes after Everton defeat

United have slipped to ninth in the Premier League after defeat to his former club Everton, who remain fifth

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