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Rio Ferdinand urges Liverpool ace Luis Diaz to “step up” and reach Mo Salah levels

Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand has challenged Liverpool forward Luis Diaz to “step up” and start racking up the same numbers as Mohamed Salah. The Colombian forward has proven to be a revelation since his £37.5million arrival from Porto in the January transfer window.

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Mo Salah asked to stop doing interviews with Liverpool fans worried over contract talks
Liverpool fans have asked Mohamed Salah stop doing interviews in which he is asked about his ongoing contract dispute with the club ahead of their crunch Premier League clash against Manchester City this weekend.The Egypt international forward is set to enter the final year of his current agreement with Liverpool in the summer and has admitted that they haven't yet matched his wage demands.Jurgen Klopp, on the other hand, has insisted that the club can do nothing more in their bid to extend the contract of their star player - with Salah again speaking out when asked this week.One fan wrote: "Why do this before a massive title deciding game." Adding: "It's all about him, another problem before the game now!!"With a second adding: "He needs to stop doing this interviews, it will only worsen his relationship with fans."A third continued: "Why’s he even doing these kinda interviews before a big game."With a fourth agreeing: "Shame Salah doing interviews before a big game when contract questions will inevitably come up. Just getting annoying now and needs resolving."HAVE YOUR SAY! Is Mohamed Salah worthy of a £400,000-a-week contract? Give us your thoughts in the comments sectionSalah had said in a chat with Sky Sports this week: "Not much but honestly what can I say.
Mo Salah raises "overconfident" issue at Liverpool and insists change must happen
Liverpool are into the next round of the Champions League despite losing 1-0 at home to Inter Milan, as goals from Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino in the first leg were enough to get the job done.It was the first time that Liverpool have lost at home this season as Lautaro Martinez' wondergoal separated the two sides, but a red card to Alexis Sanchez blunted Inter's search for a second.It was also the first time that Liverpool have lost in 2022, but although recent results have gone their way, they have taken their foot off the gas slightly ever since they thumped Leeds 6-0.After winning the Carabao Cup against Chelsea, Liverpool are very much on for an unlikely quadruple, but Salah has issued a wake-up call as he labelled his side as "overconfident".On a different day, Liverpool would have won the game 2-1 and Salah would be the man of the moment yet again, but it wasn't the Egyptian's day as he struck both posts in the second half.Liverpool also hit the bar via a Joel Matip header, but Salah has said that Liverpool need to do more if they are going to add to their success this season.Salah told BT Sport: "We need to start better from the beginning, we need to push a little bit more, maybe in the back of our mind we felt we were a little bit overconfident, but it’s a good game for us to take and learn from.
James Milner names four Liverpool stars in all-time teammates XI but leaves out Mo Salah
Liverpool stars in his best ever team-mates XI and even had room to squeeze in Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer.The three-time Premier League winner, 36, has enjoyed a decorated career playing for some of the biggest clubs in England.And despite the world-class talent in Milner's XI, there are still some high-profile omissions - neither Mohamed Salah nor Sadio Mane appear in his star-studded side.But Liverpool selections did feature heavily in the Englishman's 11 with current team-mates Alisson Becker, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Virgil van Dijk all making the cut.Partnering the Dutch defender at centre-back is Jonathan Woodgate, a Leeds United team-mate of Milner's who he describes as a "superstar.""Woody was exceptional at Leeds and so unlucky with injuries, but before that we all thought he was a superstar," Milner told Four Four Two."Put it this way: I’m leaving both Rio Ferdinand and Vincent Kompany out of my side, which shows just how much I thought of him.” Popping up at left-back is Chelsea and England ace Ashley Cole who Milner described as the "fittest footballer around" - high praise indeed from a 36-year-old Premier League regular.Sitting on the fence in the age-old Steven Gerrard vs Frank Lampard debate, the Liverpool midfielder has named both in his best XI.Though he did note the current Aston Villa boss as "the best all-round footballer I’ve ever played with."HAVE YOUR SAY! Should James Milner have included Mohamed Salah or Sadio Mane? Let us know in the comments section.Completing the midfield in his preferred 4-3-3 formation is Manchester City legend David Silva, with whom Milner won his maiden Premier League title in 2012.The silky Spaniard was praised for possessing the ability to "decide a game on