📰 6 important Liverpool stories you may've missed today
Roy Keane takes a dig at Reds: "For a club the size of Liverpool - or Tottenham - one trophy in 10 years is embarrassing."
Andrew Robertson piles praise on Liverpool after defeating Porto: "We were spot-on from the get-go. We were first to every second ball. We created chances and kept chances out, I don’t think they really had any clear-cut ones. It was a perfect away performance."
Jordan Henderson claims that display vs Porto should be a Liverpool's new standard: "We have to do that more often. I thought the lads, the whole team, were brilliant from start to finish. That should be normal for us."
Steven Gerrard draw comparisons between a current attacking trio and a Luiz Suarez-inspired forward line: "Both (attacks) are excellent. What I would say about the comparisons between Suarez and this current team is that there is a better blend here (in the current team)."
Roma's sporting director Monchi reveals Liverpool lifted the initial bid to transfer Mohamed Salah: "In the end, with bonuses, we got €50 million for him, which is a figure I don't feel is the best for him right now. It's still double what their first offer was."
Sadio Mane hails the partnership with Roberto Firmino and Mo Salah: "We enjoy playing together – it’s the key for us."