The striker has featured in all three of Liverpool's preseason friendlies so far this summer.
The International Champions Cup is back for 2018 and will see the game's top teams face off in preseason. Here are six must-see games.
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Man United have been keeping extremely quiet about youth prospect Mason Greenwood but bringing the 16-year-old to the U.S. is going to make noise.
By now everyone knows the story of Arsenal missing out on N'Golo Kante. In Lucas Torreira, they might finally have a player who can fill that role.
Former Arsenal star Ray Parlour says he's "gutted" that Jack Wilshere left the club, but he understands why the midfielder left to play regularly.
Liverpool have announced that youngster Rhian Brewster has signed his first professional contract at the club.
Man United boss Jose Mourinho has branded Daley Blind "one of the most professional players he has ever worked with" ahead of his return to Ajax.
Sergio Romero was absent from training as Manchester United held their first open session in California.
Newcastle United manager Rafa Benitez has said the club must "wheel and deal" in the current transfer market given their budget restraints.
Derby County have completed the signings of Chelsea's Mason Mount and Liverpool's Harry Wilson on season-long loan deals.
Arsene Wenger says staying at Arsenal for 22 years may have been his biggest mistake and that he regrets sacrificing so much for the job.
Portugal international Jose Fonte has left Dalian Yifang after making just seven appearances for the Chinese Super League club in three months.
Joe Hart and Oleksander Zinchenko were among the Manchester City players flying to the United States for the preseason despite uncertain futures.
Dejan Lovren isn't short on confidence and he'll need that iron clad self-belief to remain a fixture in Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool XI.
Despite his Premier League snub, Alderweireld featured in six of Belgium's seven World Cup matches as they finished third in Russia.
The World Cup always leads to a spike in value for some of its star performers. Whose stock has gone up, and whose has gone down?
Manchester United fans respect Daley Blind but not many will be sad to see him go after becoming a forgotten man under Jose Mourinho.
Sources told ESPN FC the fee for the 28-year-old is £14.1 million, possibly rising to £18.5m with add-ons, giving United a slight profit.
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