Talking Cock Session: Daily update on the latest club news and highlights

In our latest update talk cock sessions, we look at the latest club news, Luis Diaz, Ruben Amorim, Felipe Anderson, and Mikayil Faye, gossip, and highlights that have football fans from over the world buzzing with excitement.

Liverpool may choose to let Luis Diaz leave, with Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain keen on the winger

Liverpool may consider selling winger Luis Diaz as he is yet to agree a new contract with the club.

Two clubs – Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona – are linked with the Colombian but the asking price is £75 million.

Liverpool and their winger Luis Díaz face a crossroads this summer with a decision on whether to extend the Colombian’s contract or sell him, given interest from Paris St-Germain and others in the player.

Díaz, 27, has been a resounding success at Liverpool since arriving from Porto for around £37.5 million in the January 2022 window. He shares an agent, Raul Costa, with one of the potential successors to Jürgen Klopp, Ruben Amorim. Costa is understood to have travelled to Britain recently to visit his client on Merseyside.

Unusually for a signing who has had two strong years at the club, Díaz is yet to agree on a contract extension to replace the original which he signed on his arrival. He will still be contracted for three years come the end of the season, although it is likely at that point it will be necessary for both parties to decide whether he stays for the long term or moves on.

PSG are understood to be one interested club, and also Barcelona although given their financial situation it could be hard for the Catalan club to offer Liverpool the kind of fee they might be seeking. Díaz is rated at around £75 million by Liverpool.

Sporting Lisbon manager Ruben Amorim is not in a hurry to agree a move to Anfield

Ruben Amorim is in no rush to take a job at Liverpool.

The Sporting Lisbon manager is focused on his current club, Sporting Lisbon, but a £12 million release clause is appealing to Liverpool.

Ruben Amorim will not be distracted from guiding Sporting Lisbon to the double.

Liverpool have made the Sporting boss their prime target to succeed Jurgen Klopp this summer but no agreement has been reached and the recruitment process is ongoing.

Sources in Portugal are convinced that Amorim will take the next step in his career at the end of the season but Sporting is four points clear at the top of the Portuguese league and has also reached their domestic cup final.

It could end up being a spectacular farewell for Amorim who is regarded as one of Europe’s best young coaches and has also attracted strong interest from Barcelona.

His style of play, development of players and bringing through young stars are key reasons why Amorim appeals to Liverpool. It is believed Amorim has a £12m release clause.

Lazio winger Felipe Anderson could join Juventus on a free transfer this summer

Lazio winger Felipe Anderson is linked with a free transfer to Juventus when his contract expires this summer.

The 30-year-old former West Ham player can move for nothing this summer, with Massimiliano Allegri’s side seemingly keen.

Former West Ham winger Felipe Anderson is set to sign for Juventus.

The Brazilian forward, 30, is expected to bring his second stint with Lazio to an end in the summer when his contract expires.

He has scored 56 goals and provided 63 assists in 318 games across his two spells with the Serie A side.

Anderson spent three years on West Ham’s books, the last of which was spent on loan at Porto.

Arsenal, Manchester United and Bayern Munich are just three of the teams linked with Barcelona’s teenage defender Mikayil Faye

Arsenal are the latest side to be linked with a move for Barcelona’s teenage defender Mikayil Faye.

The 19-year-old recently made his international debut for Senegal and has continued to impress with his club in their B team.

Arsenal has joined the clubs following Barcelona B defender Mikayil Faye ahead of a potential summer move.

Manchester United, Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich have all checked on the powerful young centre-half who can also play as a left-back.

United scouts saw the 19-year-old score a spectacular goal on his international debut for Senegal against Gabon in March and he followed up with a thunderous free-kick for Barcelona B against Osasuna a week later.

He has been included in Barcelona’s first-team squads and he is expected to get a call-up before the end of the season with head coach Xavi tipping Faye to have a bright future.