Liverpool round-up: Reds want to sign Domenico Berardi in January

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Liverpool fans, how very good to see you all again.

There’s only one reason you’ve clicked through to this page, and that’s to get the latest on your beloved Reds.

With that in mind, we’ll keep the introduction short. Read on below for the biggest breaking news or watch the video above. Leave thoughts and opinions in the comments box provided.

Berardi race

Domenico Berardi. You might not have heard his name until now but you might as well get used to hearing it moving forward.

The Italian wonderkid is being pursued by both Manchester United and Chelsea. Now Liverpool have entered the race for his signature.

The 21-year-old has notched 44 Serie A goals in 104 games, with Juventus having a deal in place to be able to sign him for £13million in the summer of 2016.

It’s claimed in The Sun however that Liverpool want to negate that clause by pinching him in January. They’d be lucky to do so, but never say never now that Jurgen Klopp is in charge.

Ibe's magic moment

Moving swiftly on, Jordon Ibe produced the moment of the match last night in Liverpool’s 1-0 League Cup victory over Bournemouth.

The youngster completed a canny fake pass to take out two Bournemouth defenders in one move - if you haven’t seen it yet we highly recommend taking the time to do so. (You can in the video below).

The Twitter reaction wasn’t half bad, either.

Firmino's Motm confusion

Bringing our round-up to an end, Roberto Firmino produced a confused response when he was handed the Man of the Match award last night.

The Brazilian was on top form during the encounter at Anfield, producing his best display so far in a Reds shirt, but looked genuinely perplexed when Nathaniel Clyne handed him his bottle of champagne post-match.

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