Suso could be set for a shock return to Liverpool as the Reds prepare to meet AC Milan’s £40 million release clause.
The Spanish midfielder enjoyed a brief stint on Merseyside, appearing 15 times for the Anfield club between 2012-2015.
Still only 24, Suso has been impressing over in Serie A, where he has notched six goals and five assists this season.
Calciomercato report that Jurgen Klopp made a failed approach for the player back in the January transfer window, but is ready to go back for him this summer.
Paul Ince reveals why Liverpool have gone to ‘another planet’ since selling Philippe Coutinho
Paul Ince has insisted the last laugh is on Philippe Coutinho – because Liverpool have gone onto “another planet” without him, writes Mirror Football’s David Maddock.
The former Reds skipper believes that when the troublesome Brazilian midfielder forced a move to Barcelona in January it actually made them better – despite losing a £140m player.
“In recent performances, they’re on another planet to the rest of the league in terms of balance and having the right mix in the team,” said Ince, who also played for Inter Milan and Manchester United in Europe.
“The amazing thing is, that’s is all off the back of Philippe Coutinho leaving.
“Everyone thought that when he left that it would weaken Liverpool – but it’s actually strengthened them.
“That’s because they were probably too reliant on the Brazilian. Everything had to go through him.”
The four words Steven Gerrard said after Mohamed Salah scored against Manchester City
Mohamed Salah stepped up once again as Liverpool beat Manchester City on Tuesday night – and it made club legend Steven Gerrard very happy, writes Mirror Football’s Thomas Bristow.
The hosts scored inside two minutes through Gabriel Jesus as they attempted to overcome the 3-0 defeat at Anfield a week before.
But Liverpool held on, and Salah all but put the tie beyond doubt when he scored in the second half.
Naturally, this led to a very excited Gerrard back in the BT Sport studio who said four very simple words.
“Get in,” yelled the former England captain. “Game over.”
And he was right. Salah’s equaliser inevitably led to Manchester City’s demise.