Liverpool round-up: Alexandre Pato has agreement over Reds move - club president

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Liverpool fans, happy Monday.

We’ve got something for you to feast your bleary eyes on in the form of the round-up of all the latest news and information - we promise not to use any big words you can’t handle at the beginning of the week.

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Pato move possible

You know who he is and you definitely know what he can do - it appears Alexandre Pato is finally on his way to the Premier League.

The more transfer savvy of you will be clued in on the rumours from yesterday that suggested the Brazilian striker could make a move to Liverpool in the near future, and they’ve been somewhat backed by his current club president - as per The Independent.

Corinthians chief Roberto de Andrade revealed that there is an agreement in principle with Liverpool to see Pato move to Merseyside in the coming weeks.

"There is an agreement in principle with Liverpool for the transfer in the coming weeks," De Andrade said.

"Pato had long expressed a desire to return to Europe.

"Liverpool await, there are a few missing details, but Klopp will have a new reinforcement and for Pato the Premier League will be a new springboard."

We’ll have to wait and see if that’s merely hot air. In the meantime, here's a reminder of what Pato is capable of:

Klopp 'felt alone'

Meanwhile, Jurgen Klopp has admitted he felt alone following his first defeat as Reds boss.

Liverpool lost to a resilient Crystal Palace side 2-1 yesterday, with a number of home fans having vacated their seats after Scott Dann’s winning goal.

Here's what certain fans thought of the result:

Can on Gerrard

Lastly, Emre Can has made a fairly over-the-top claim concerning Steven Gerrard - one that involves the supremely gifted Lionel Messi.

Can said that even the Barcelona superstar couldn’t replace Gerrard at Anfield, as his legacy both on and off the pitch is too much. We’re not sure we quite agree, but let us know what you think.

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