Sturridge: Liverpool will decide if I'm still here next term

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Adam Lallana has claimed that gaining Champions League football for next season will contribute to persuading big players to join the Merseyside outfit.

At Stamford Bridge, John Terry played his last match for Chelsea, who received the Premier League trophy after beating Sunderland 5-1. Keown said. "I do feel like if I was playing in some of the games when Ozil doesn't get a flawless pass, I think I already would have been in his ear telling him my bit: 'I'm trying to give the ball to you, don't disrespect me in the way you do when I don't get the ball to you'". I will give you an answer one day. Do you think I will sit with (sporting director) Michael Edwards and say 'What do you think?

Arsenal will miss out on Champions League football for the first time in 20 years after finishing the Premier League season in fifth place. "It's not necessarily about you as a player, you have to fit in as well with the group".

The title race and relegation battle may have been decided last week, but there was still plenty to play for in the final week of the 2016-17 Premier League season - specifically two spots in next season's Champions League.

"Real Madrid have just bought one player, 16-years-old (Vinicius Junior) for 46 million euros (39.5 million pounds), so you can imagine the market", Guardiola said.

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"It's very hard for a group of players to cope with that, and then there are some other reasons we will talk about on another day".

Wenger, whose contract expires at the end of the season, also continued to dodge questions about his future, saying that it would be sorted out "soon".

"It's been a hard season, we've had ups and downs but to get over the line is a great feeling".

With halftime approaching and the atmosphere inside Anfield getting increasingly tense, a chant drifted across from the away supporters: "Champions League, you're having a laugh". Arsenal have got a better squad and they finished fifth. The Brazilian put in another eye-catching performance which will continue to alert some of the biggest clubs on the continent including Barcelona, a team he's regularly linked with. "We all know what happened in January, I'm not sure all of us agree why [it did], but the explanation is injuries and too many games".

He said that Liverpool also wanted to improve the "timing" in all of their movements because they "had the right positions but in the wrong moment", adding: "After the second goal, I think everybody could see how good we can be".

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