Daniel Agger in action during training with Liverpool

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Defender could link up with old boss in Naples

Etienne Capoue of Tottenham Hotspur

Transfer news: Tottenham Hotspur reportedly demand £10m for Napoli target Etienne Capoue

Serie A club favourites to sign French midfielder

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The Europa League trophy

Europa League draw 2013-14: Swansea to play Napoli and Tottenham against Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk

Draw for the last 32 has taken place in Nyon

Cristiano Ronaldo opens his own museum in Madeira

European round-up: Diego Costa keeps Atletico Madrid on the trail of Barcelona

Diego Costa scored twice as Atletico Madrid beat Valencia 3-0 to maintain their winning home run this season and keep pace with Barcelona at the top of La Liga.

Mathieu Flamini has hit the ground running during his second spell at the North London club

Mathieu Flamini tells Arsenal to focus ahead of games with Napoli, Manchester City and Chelsea

A tough run of games before Christmas awaits the Premier League leaders

Liverpool academy director Frank McParland (right) is believed to have been removed at the request of owner John W Henry

Brendan Rodgers increases his influence at Liverpool after Academy pair are sacked

Anfield manager expected to take more hands-on role to develop emerging players

Will Hughes of Derby County battles with Chris Cohen of Nottingham Forest

Transfer news: Liverpool have made 'no bid' for Derby youngster Will Hughes

Brendan Rodgers addresses the recent transfer speculation

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

Brendan Rodgers strengthens position at Liverpool as Academy pair Rodolfo Borrell and Frank McParland are sacked

Borrell in particular was held in huge esteem by the Academy players, who were left shocked by the dismissals

Jose Enrique

Everton v Liverpool: Blow for Liverpool as Jose Enrique is ruled out of Merseyside derby

The defender may require surgery on a knee injury

Stevan Jovetic (left) holds off Steven Gerrard during March’s 1-1 draw in Podgorica

Stevan Jovetic interview: Manchester City striker ready and willing to carry Montenegro hopes against England if Mirko Vucinic is out

The £22m Manchester City striker tells Ian Herbert how important Friday's game is to his small country

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