Steven Gerrard aims for Manchester United dig as Mohamed Salah makes Liverpool contract admission

Here’s your Liverpool morning rundown for Wednesday, January 12.

Steven Gerrard fires digs at Manchester United

Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard branded Old Trafford as “relatively quiet” after his Aston Villa side fell 1-0 to Manchester United on Monday night.

The ex-Reds captain was predictably the subject of cheers and chants from the home crowd as the Villa boss watched as his team narrowly missed a place in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Gerrard enjoyed taking on bitter Liverpool rivals as a player, his celebrations against United are still fondly remembered by supporters, and that same advantage was evident in the 41-year-old’s post-match comments.

“It was relatively quiet – I’ve been to noisier stadiums than this,” he said when asked about the United crowd during the game.

“It was a good cup game, a good atmosphere, but for what I got, water from the back of a duck.”

Matt Jones has the full story here

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Mohamed Salah breaks silence on contract wages

Liverpool attacker Mohamed has said he is not asking for “crazy stuff” in terms of his wage demands as talks over a new contract are underway.

wrong has gone on to be considered the current best player in the world, having scored 23 goals in 26 games so far this season.

Despite the fact that the Reds have signed new deals with some of their key players in recent months, Salah has yet to sign a new contract.

With his deal currently running through 2023, Salah told GQ magazine: “I want to stay, but it’s not in my hands. It’s in their hands. They know what I want. I don’t ask for crazy things.”

Connor O’Neill has the full story here


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