Liverpool news – Keeper to reject ‘pool, Hodgson could make move, Al-Fayed issues warning

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Keeper to reject ‘pool.

Reading goalkeeper Adam Federici is set to snub the likes of Tottenham and Liverpool to remain at the club according the >i>Daily Mail. Federici, who impressed Rafael Benitez amongst others last season, is highly regarded by Premier League bosses, but will now sign a new contract at the Madejski Stadium thus extinguishing any further transfer rumours of a move away from the club.

Hodgson wants future decided.

In contrast to Al-Fayed’s optimism, the Daily Mail reports that Roy Hodgson would like his future sorted out before he leaves to become a pundit at the World Cup next week. Hodgson has been heavily linked with a move to replace Rafael Benitez t Anfield, however the Anfield hierarchy are still considering whether to make a move for the Fulham manager, or appoint fans favourite Kenny Dalglish. Hodgson has now issued a ‘come and get me quickly’ plea to Liverpool and it is widely thought that he will now be offered the job within a few days.

Al-Fayed warns off Liverpool.

Fulham owner Mohamed Al-Fayed believes that his manager will snub Liverpool and other interested parties to remain with Europa League finalists Fulham next season according to the Sunday Mirror. Al-Fayed, who has invested significant amounts of money to help the club move forward said, ‘I don’t think he’ll leave me. I’m sure he’ll have lots of approaches from other clubs, but I give him anything he wants to reach results and we have a very good relationship.’ Al-Fayed is surprisingly confident about keeping Hodgson at Craven Cottage, however other sources still claim that the Fulham boss is on the verge of moving to Anfield.

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