Steven Gerrard was offered substantial Liverpool contract, confirms Ayre

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  • Football: Steven Gerrard offered sensational deal
  • Boxing: Manny Pacquiao signs deal to fight Floyd Mayweather
  • Cricket: Eoin Morgan rules out KP return

Liverpool offered Steven Gerrard big deal

Liverpool chief Ian Ayre has insisted that the Merseyside club offered Steven Gerrard a substantial contract to keep him at the club, before the player’s decision to leave for the MLS in the summer. The 34-year-old will join up with LA Galaxy at the end of this season, but Ayre stated that his departure wasn’t one that was forced, and that it had more to do with the limited game-time he would get at Anfield as his age advances.

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Pacquiao agrees Mayweather fight

In boxing Manny Pacquiao has agreed his side of the super-fight negotiations between himself and Floyd Mayweather, and is now waiting for the American to pen a contract. Pacquiao has been vocal concerning his desire to fight his long-term rival, but Mayweather has yet to back up his equally enthusiastic words by signing an official deal.

Morgan rules out Pietersen recall

And lastly in cricket Eoin Morgan has ruled out the idea of Kevin Pietersen being recalled to the England fold more than a year since the 34-year-old was sensationally dropped. Morgan has been promoted to one-day captain, but isn’t going to give Pietersen an eye-catching return.

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