Liverpool is making headlines this evening as the Premier League could ruin plans for pay-per-view television after fans raised £120,000.

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And he has ended the “open conversation” he had with the Liverpool boss.

The former England international was allowed to leave the Reds after his contract expired in the summer and signed for the other Premier League clubs Brighton and Hove Albion.

Adam Lallana admits that he felt rejected after a conversation with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp last season.

“It’s a strange feeling to be told that somehow you are no longer wanted. It’s an initial feeling of rejection, and I think that’s normal in every area of life.

“I went in and asked the question because I wanted to know what my future looked like,” Lallana said.

“I had half an idea what the answer would be, but I thought it would be better to know and have an open conversation. We had so much respect for each other.

“I have enjoyed the last six months as much as I have enjoyed every year I have been at the club.

“But when I realized after a few days that it was going to be my last season in Liverpool, I made sure that I treated every day, every training session as if it was my last, and didn’t take anything for granted.

The Brazilian was punished for the tackle, even though he seemed to get the ball. Sander Berge converted the penalty, but Liverpool turned the game around thanks to goals from Roberto Firmino and Diogo Jota.

The experts of the match of the day, Jermaine Jenas and Micah Richards, claimed that Fabinho’s challenge against Sheffield United Oli McBurnie should not have resulted in a penalty.

And Jenas announced his verdict on another controversial VAR decision in his Match of the Day speech.

“Should Fabinho get on the ball first? No, he should hold back,” said the former midfielder of the Spurs.

“It was given by Mike Dean, he could have gone to the monitor but didn’t, and the VAR didn’t see it as a clear and obvious mistake and didn’t knock him down.

Richards added: “He has played in this position before, yes, he will make mistakes. He will not replace Van Dijk, nobody can do that, but I think he will be a good replacement for the team until he comes back.

“I don’t think it’s a penalty kick. I don’t think it’s a foul at all. He is on the line, he gets a part of the ball, so it should not be given….

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