Thursday’s biggest stories for the Reds.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers wants Hannover pair Leonardo Bittencourt and Lars Stindl
With Steven Gerrard leaving for LA Galaxy this summer and Lucas Leiva also strongly linked with a departure, recruitment in central midfield is a priority, according to the Daily Star.
It is that need that has drawn Rodgers to Hannover duo Bittencourt and Stindl, with the latter available for just £2.2m.
Meanwhile the former – a 2013 signing from Borussia Dortmund – is a regular in the Germany Under-21s and looks to be a real star of the future.
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