Liverpool round-up: Steven Gerrard in line for Reds return

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Liverpool fans, hello and good day.

Allow us to present you with a midweek round-up packed full of tantalising rumours and the very latest in the way of breaking news.

Read on below if you’re interested in getting the low-down or alternatively watch the video above to be quite literally spoon-fed it by yours truly. Enjoy.

Gerrard return possible

We don’t want to get too many Liverpool hopes up before dashing them in the near future but reports this morning are claiming that Steven Gerrard is set for a sensational return to Anfield.

Before supporters lose their minds it’s not yet been made clear if it would be in a playing capacity or simply in a role designed to allow Gerrard to take his next step in football, but one thing has been made abundantly transparent: Klopp wants him back.

The Independent claim Klopp and Gerrard have had numerous phone calls of late, with Gerrard first and foremostly set to train at Melwood until January 15, when he is due to report back to LA Galaxy.

Fans certainly seems to want a return:

Ayre comments

Meanwhile, Klopp has been given another boost by Anfield chief Ian Ayre, who said the German was in charge of all Liverpool’s transfer business moving forward.

There had been criticism in the past over Brendan Rodgers’ transfer committee, but it appears that’s been ditched and Klopp will have the final say on all deals.

Honigstein on Klopp

Elsewhere, we’ve got the latest from an exclusive interview GMS Academy member Rob Hoskin undertook with renown German football expert Rafa Honigstein.

Don’t fret, it’s based around Liverpool, with Honigstein having claimed that Klopp has already changed things for the better at Anfield.

Honigstein heralded the change the new boss has instilled, stating that although the system hasn’t paid dividends yet there was an obvious improvement.

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