Liverpool striker 'will probably stay’ at Anfield

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Liverpool starlet Suso insists he is happy with life at Anfield and will stay at the club next season.

The 19-year-old Spaniard has been on the fringes of the Reds’ first-team all season, with Brendan Rodgers rewarding the forward for his fine displays with both the reserves and Spanish youth teams.

And, whilst Suso is aware that there are ‘quite a few offers’ for his services, he is happy with life on Merseyside and looking to build on last year.

"This year for me has been beyond fantastic. At Liverpool this season has been great and I'm very happy,” he told Marca.

"Next year I'll probably stay at Liverpool. I know there are quite a few offers but I will not go.

"I'm happy at Liverpool."

The news will be a boost to manager Brendan Rodgers, who faces a fight to keep star striker Luis Suarez at Anfield next season. The Uruguayan has already stressed his desire to leave the club after a season of controversies.

If he does leave, then Daniel Sturridge would become the main striker on the books at Liverpool, whilst Suso would also move up the first-team pecking order. He made 20 appearances in all competitions for the club last season.

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