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En priorité il va falloir des joueurs d'expérience et l'un des noms qui revient le plus souvent est celui de James Milner qui sera libre en juin mais dont les exigences salariales font tiquer nos propriétaires.

J'ai toujours aimé ce joueur et en lisant ce qu'en dit l'Echo, il ne devrait pas y avoir d'hésitations :


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For those wanting a character statement on James Milner – once again linked with a move to Liverpool FC - look no further than his current boss, Manuel Pellegrini.

“Milner’s a phenomenon, a guy with big b---s and a heart this big,” said the Manchester City manager.

So why, then, does the England midfielder appear to be on his way out of the club on a free transfer?

Perhaps what the Chilean said after his observation on Milner’s organs reveals more.

“Intelligent, great mentality, one of those players that when you leave him out you’re left with this feeling of injustice,” he added. “It hurts because he should always play but sometimes you need a technical player with other characteristics.

“I hope he stays. If he doesn’t it will be because there’s an important offer.

“The club wants Milner to continue and he wants to stay but maybe he wants more games.”

So Milner, it seems, isn’t flash enough for the champions. He isn’t as technical as David Silva, he isn’t as sexy as Yaya Toure. He is as deserving of game-time – in terms of starts, at least – as Fernandinho or Samir Nasri. He is industrious, a grafter, a James of all trades but master of none.

Indeed, it is that reputation which has stuck with the 29-year-old throughout his career at the Etihad Stadium. He runs around a bit, he puts in a few decent tackles and will play anywhere, but he’s simply a steady hand – a player who will get 7/10 every game.

And yet, reports suggest both the Reds and Arsenal are monitoring him closely, as well as clubs on the continent.

Those qualities which are sometimes used negatively towards him – maybe because they’re inherently English, more than anything else – would be considered assets under Brendan Rodgers.

Milner can press, he can transition from defence to attack quickly, and he is flexible. In the 3-4-2-1 alone, he could stake a claim as a central midfielder, wide midfielder or even in the two behind the striker.

No wonder Rodgers is an admirer of him. “James is a wonderful player,” Rodgers said. “He’s been an outstanding footballer since the time I saw him at Leeds as a young player.''

In fact, when compared with how Liverpool’s current crop are performing, Milner appears to be a good fit.

[b]In February, he broke this season’s record for distance run in a single game - 13.56km away to Stoke - to demonstrate just how much the midfielder works.[/b]

But to write Milner off as simply a cog in the machine, an endless presser who is simply a pair of legs, would do him a disservice.

[b]Despite starting just 13 games – and making a further 12 from the bench – he’s created 41 chances this season, which would put him fourth in the Liverpool squad behind Raheem Sterling (62), Jordan Henderson (46) and Steven Gerrard (42). With six assists, he’s just behind Sterling and Henderson – seven apiece – in terms of setting up team-mates.[/b]

His passing accuracy of 81% isn’t bad when considering how City have utilised him as a wide player. That figure is not as high as Joe Allen (88%), Gerrard (86%), Lucas Leiva (86%) and Henderson (82%), but then, when compared to those who play in advanced attacking roles for Liverpool – and therefore playing riskier, probing passes – he matches us well.

In terms of tackling, his 38 this season puts him behind Henderson (48) and Lucas (39), but above all other Reds players. The 46% success rate is higher than both.

Statistically, signing him on a free would be a no-brainer, it would seem. There would be, of course, wage demands and other fees surrounding it to consider. He is also by no means the complete player, but would perhaps benefit from a move elsewhere and a run in the first team.

[b]His 15 successful dribbles is behind five Reds players, although he has a 63% rate – one of the best if compared to Liverpool’s side. Three goals is no real return for a player who plays in a side such as City. Both are things he would have to improve on if he was to fit into the ideal Rodgers set-up.[/b]

But this season, despite limited chances from the start, Milner has shown he’s capable both on and off the ball. Add in his Champions League experience, as well as the fact he’s a title-winner, and it’s no wonder his contract situation is monitored closely
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ca vient du sunday express.
On serait interesses par lacazette de sunderland


Liverpool considering £20m bid for Manchester United target Alexandre LacazetteLIVERPOOL are reportedly considering a £20million bid for Manchester United target Alexandre Lacazette.
By IZZY HORSEFIELD
PUBLISHED: 15:03, Sat, May 9, 2015 | UPDATED: 17:41, Sat, May 9, 2015


While United are understood to be keen on signing the 23-year-old Lyon front-man, according to sources in Spain, Liverpool are now in pole position. 
The Reds, who are in desperate need to sign a new striker in the transfer window, are reportedly considering the £20m bid. 
However, Lyon are determined to keep their star striker. 
The France international has scored 27 goals in 31 Ligue 1 appearances this season. 
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moi je ne connais pas assez milner pour juger.
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bon on est en pole position , ça veut dire qu'on l'aura pas  Mr. Green
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Je ne suis pas au courant de ce qui concerne les budgets,mais je refuse de croire que le budget de barcelone est aussi clair que le budget est aussi clair que celui du bayern.Ce que je veux dire par la,c'est que notre budget n'est pas extensible a volonté,et de toute façon on a tout depensé  Sad
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Lacazette de Sunderland? ... C'est la meilleure de l'année Patrice !

Lacazette, c'est ce que nous pouvons faire de mieux devant, mais nous ne l'aurons jamais car il ira dans un club de CL et plus particulièrement au Bayern.
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Raheem Sterling will quit Liverpool FC this summer, says Phil Thompson
“I think it will be very difficult for him to stay at Liverpool now," says ex-Reds assistant




Former Liverpool FC defender Phil Thompson believes that the Reds failure to qualify for the Champions League will see Raheem Sterling quit the club.
After the 1-1 draw with Chelsea on Sunday, Liverpool’s slim hopes of qualifying for next seasons Champions League were ended - and Thompson thinks it will be difficult for Sterling to stay at Liverpool.
Thompson also said that wherever Sterling is playing his football next season, his best role is on the wing, and believes that he is not a striker.


He said: “I think it will be very difficult for him to stay at Liverpool now. He’s shown all the signs that he’s ready and prepared to leave the club.
“But if he was to stay I would like to think his role will be on the flanks – I don’t think Liverpool can even contemplate him being their main striker next season, because he’s not a natural goalscorer.
“Liverpool need somebody who’s going to get you at least 15 league goals and maybe 25 overall – Raheem Sterling is not going to get you that.
“He’s done well for the team – he’s helped them out up front this season, but I think everyone can see that he’s not quite strong enough for it.”
“So, no matter where he is next season, I think his best role is out wide rather than through the middle.”
Thompson also says the strength in depth between Liverpool and Chelsea was clear for everyone to see on Sunday, with Liverpool relying on youngsters Jerome Sinclair and Jordan Ibe to come off the bench
“Liverpool had Jerome Sinclair coming off the bench and also Jordon Ibe – who I think can be just as good as Raheem Sterling in that wide role – but it still showed the gulf in quality between the squads,” he added.
“Both of those lads are under 20, yet Chelsea had Gary Cahill, Nemanja Matic and Juan Cuadrado coming on for them – three established internationals.
“I think part of the substitutions was maybe Brendan saying ‘look, this is all I’ve got to work with here’, although it is nice to have youngsters coming through the ranks at the club again.
“But, at the end of the day, it’s two young lads coming off the bench at Stamford Bridge, the home of the champions, and it was never going to be enough to beat them.
“The experience that Chelsea had on their bench compared to ours highlights the big difference between the two squads.”


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    Liverpool FC transfer rumours: Reds in for Jeremy Menez, Christian Benteke to cost £30m, Sinclair loan to Premier League club


    Today's Liverpool FC transfer gossip sees the Reds linked with plenty of strikers, a new contract for a Reds youngster and a Premier League rival monitoring a wingers contract situation.
    Reports in Italy are suggesting that Liverpool are looking at AC Milan striker Jeremy Menez.
    Tuttosport claim that Brendan Rodgers wants to bring the 28-year-old to Liverpool in a bid to strength the Reds' strike force.
    Menez has scored 16 goals for Milan this season.
    However media closer to home claims that the man who ended Liverpool's FA Cup dreams this season could be heading to Anfield.
    The Mirror claims Christian Benteke will decide his future in June after playing Belgium's end-of-season internationals, with Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool and Roma weighing up bids.
    Benteke would reportedly cost the Reds around £30million.
    According to the Daily Mail, meanwhile, Manchester City are among the clubs monitoring Jordan Ibe's contract situation at Liverpool.
    The Liverpool winger has been in talks with the club to sign a new contract, but that is yet to happen.


    Daily Express report that youngster Jerome Sinclair is in talks over a new deal after making his Premier League debut, but is likely to be sent out on loan next season.
    Finally, The Times claims that the Reds are set to beat off competition from Manchester United and Real Sociedad for Danny Ings when his contract expires next month.
    If a fee can't be agreed between Burnley and Liverpool, then the transfer will be completed by a tribunal.
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    LFC attend la reponse de burnley sur la venue de Danny INGS a LFC

    Liverpool confident Danny Ings will choose Anfield over Sociedad as Brendan Rodgers awaits Burnley striker's answer
    • Danny Ings has promised to give an answer by the end of the month
    • Liverpool will still have to pay a fee of around £5m for the 22-year-old 
    • Real Sociedad manager David Moyes has made a strong pitch to Ings
    • Sociedad defender Inigo Martinez's buy-out clause is £22m

    By SIMON JONES FOR THE DAILY MAIL
    PUBLISHED: 21:30 GMT, 13 May 2015 | UPDATED: 23:40 GMT, 13 May 2015


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-3080623/Liverpool-confident-Danny-Ings-choose-Anfield-Sociedad-Brendan-Rodgers-awaits-Burnley-striker-s-answer.html#ixzz3a69mNnLG 
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    Liverpool are confident Burnley's Danny Ings will choose them ahead of Real Sociedad and Manchester United but the striker is still to give a definitive answer.
    The 22-year-old has promised to say by the end of the month but Sociedad retain a glimmer of hope.
    David Moyes has made a strong pitch to Ings about playing regularly and catching the eye of England boss Roy Hodgson.


    Liverpool will still have to pay a fee of around £5m, possibly higher should it go to a tribunal, for a player who is out of contract.
    Brendan Rodgers wants to put his not so considerable budget into signing another striker, too.
    Liverpool have also been credited with interest in Sociedad defender Inigo Martinez but the Spanish side will point to his considerable buy-out clause of £22million. 
    The player is also keen to join a side in the Champions League should he depart.
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    Konoplyanka, l'ailier de Dniepropetrosk qui est en finale de l'europa league, est en fin de contrat.
    Nous avons failli ( Mr. Green ) le signer l'année dernière, mais encore une fois ça n'a pas abouti pour un problème de mésentente avec son président.
    Il est probable qu'il quitte l'ukraine aprés la finale et les rumeurs resurgissent car c'est vraiment un joueur intéressant :


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    Je crois que sterling s'est vu montrer la porte.....
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    ça vient du liverpool echo d'aujourd'hui


    Liverpool FC transfer gossip: Rodgers eyes QPR's Charlie Austin, Benteke desperate for Anfield move, City Sterling swoop


    Queens Park Rangers' Charlie Austin is a transfer target for Liverpool
    Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing Queens Park Rangers hit man Charlie Austin.
    Brendan Rodgers is on the lookout for a new striker after failing to replace Luis Suarez last summer with Austin and Burnley's Danny Ings among his top targets.
    Rodgers has also identified Villa forward Christian Benteke, who has rediscovered his form under Tim Sherwood.
    The Belgian forward is thought to be keen on a move and will do whatever he can to make it happen.
    Manchester City will make a £40million bid for Liverpool contract rebel Raheem Sterling.
    The 20-year-old England international has told Anfield boss Brendan Rodgers he wants to leave the club, with deposed champions City and new Prem kings Chelsea potential destinations.
    But when Sterling - booed by fans as he collected the Reds' Young Player of the Year award on Tuesday night - holds crunch talks with the club this week he will be told they won’t sell him this summer.
    Liverpool’s American chairman Tom Werner and principal owner John W Henry will send a message they are prepared to play hard-ball with the player, just as they did with Luis Suarez two years ago.
    Chelsea are prepared to sell both Oscar and Juan Cuadrado to raise funds for Liverpool's Raheem Sterling.
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    donc on serait sur les trcaes d'un joueur de QPR charlie austin et d'un joueur qui s'appelle Danny INGS .
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