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Harvey Elliott to land new Liverpool contract - 13 months after last deal was signed

Liverpool - just 13 months after penning his last deal.The Reds are set to reward the talented teenager even further with a new five-year deal. Elliott, 19, penned a long-term contract last July and started the season in impressive fashion before a horror ankle injury put the brakes on his development.
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Three things that will worry Liverpool as Haaland-inspired Man City ease to West Ham win
Manchester City have produced the perfect response to their Community Shield defeat to Liverpool by kicking off their Premier League campaign with a richly-deserved 2-0 victory over West Ham.Erling Haaland scored his first goal in English football after winning, and subsequently converting, a penalty before adding another in the second half - a trademark Haaland goal following a fast-paced City counter attack.It puts Pep Guardiola's side in the driving seat ahead of what promises to be another heart-palpitating title race, with Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool dropping two points away to Fulham on Saturday.Here, Daily Star Sport details three things the Reds will be worried about after watching City power past David Moyes' hapless Hammers...READ MORE: Erling Haaland gave savage response when Martin Odegaard asked him to join ArsenalIt was only a matter of time wasn't it? There was a faint amount of hope on Merseyside that Erling Haaland might take a few weeks to adapt to the Premier League, especially after fluffing his lines during the Community Shield, but those hopes have been dented now.The big Norwegian looked sharp, bullish and hungry for goals as he terrorised West Ham's backline, and on the odd occasion he had the space to run at defenders he was predictably terrifying - demonstrated best by his sublime second goal.It's fair to assume the destination of the title will depend heavily on how well Haaland fits in at the Etihad. On today's evidence, he'll be just fine.What did you make of Man City's victory over West Ham? Let us know in the comments section below.Sure, City always dominate possession, but the way they suffocated West Ham was a frightening sign of things to come.David Moyes' side are no mugs.
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Rio Ferdinand snubs 'crazy' Liverpool fan who wanted him to sign shirt
Rio Ferdinand called a young fan "crazy" after he asked the Manchester United legend to sign his Liverpool shirt.Ferdinand was at Craven Cottage for Liverpool's 2-2 draw with Fulham on Saturday and was walking around the pitch before kick-off when a group of youngsters in the crowd waved him over.The kids were wearing a mixture of Fulham and Liverpool shirts, though Ferdinand didn't seem to mind and wandered towards them, but refused to entertain the Reds fan, albeit with a smile on his face.READ MORE: Fans in stitches as Jurgen Klopp blames Liverpool's draw at Fulham on 'dry pitch'Filming the interaction on his phone, Ferdinand said: "I’ve got some fans here at the Liverpool game. He’s just asked me to sign a Liverpool shirt… are you crazy? I can’t sign it, I can’t."When one of the boys without a club shirt on claimed he was also a Liverpool supporter, Ferdinand joked that he wanted his autograph back: “Give me it back, I can’t have that," the former England defender said.Should Ferdinand have signed the Liverpool shirt? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.As an ex-United man, Ferdinand would have been pleased to see Liverpool drop two points, and Jurgen Klopp's side could've easily walked away with nothing following a strong showing from Marco Silva's Championship winners.Aleksandar Mitrovic put the hosts ahead in the first half before Liverpool's club-record signing Darwin Nunez levelled the scoring.
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Liverpool fans spot Harvey Elliott's brilliant pass to Mo Salah for pre-assist
Darwin Nunez will be the talk of the town in Liverpool tonight after netting against Fulham but Harvey Elliott's role in the build-up to the goal hasn't gone unnoticed either.The 19-year-old played a gorgeous first-time, round-the-corner pass to put Mo Salah through seconds before the Egyptian picked out Nunez in the six-yard area for his first Premier League goal, and fans on social media were keen to recognise the youngster's impact."The touch by Harvey Elliott to open up the field and play Salah in so that he can set up Nunez was sensational," one Liverpool fan tweeted.READ MORE: 4 things Jurgen Klopp got wrong as Liverpool stumble to 2-2 draw against Fulham"Don’t overlook Harvey Elliott in that goal," another commented, while a third wrote: "That first-time pass by Harvey Elliott to Mo Salah is a thing of beauty."One supporter even suggested that Elliott deserved to start in front of captain Jordan Henderson: "Harvey Elliott contributes straight away, I am not kidding when I say Henderson should never start RCM again if Elliott is available."Elliott became the youngest player ever to start a game for Liverpool back in 2019, mere weeks after joining the club from Saturday's opponents Fulham for an undisclosed fee.Should Harvey Elliott start for Liverpool? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.He spent the following season on loan at Championship side Blackburn before making 11 appearances for Jurgen Klopp's side across the 2021/22 campaign - and probably would've made more had he not needed ankle surgery.Fulham's Aleksandar Mitrovic put the hosts ahead on Saturday before Nunez's neat flick brought Liverpool level.
Jürgen Norbert Klopp (German pronunciation: (About this soundlisten); born 16 June 1967) is a German professional football manager and former player who is the manager of Premier League club Liverpool. Often credited with popularising the football philosophy known as Gegenpressing, Klopp is regarded by many as one of the best managers in the world.
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