Rumours: Jurgen Klopp set for immediate return following illness

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Rumours: Jurgen Klopp set for immediate return following illness

The latest football gossip suggests that Jurgen Klopp will return to work just two days after his appendicitis, while the club will consider a change in their ticket pricing structure after Saturday’s Anfield walkout.

Klopp is set to return to work just 48 hours after having his appendix out. The Liverpool manager was rushed into hospital on Saturday with a bout of appendicitis and underwent emergency surgery. However, the Daily Mirror writes that he has discharged himself and is ready to get back to work.

Meanwhile, the Daily Express says that the club’s owners Fenway Sports Group will conduct a review of the new ticket pricing structure at Anfield following a walkout by a huge amount of fans in the 77th minute of Liverpool’s 2-2 home draw against Sunderland.

Further demonstrations by the club’s fans could take place during home clashes against Manchester City and Chelsea.

In Liverpool transfer news, the Daily Star says that Newcastle United could make a shock move for Reds forward Daniel Sturridge in the summer.

Details of bonuses that may have been available to Manchester United players since the 2009/10 season, including £2.5m for winning the Premier League and £5.25m for securing the Champions League trophy, have been released by Football Leaks.

Manchester City are keen to extend Sergio Aguero's contract, according to the Sun. The Argentinian has a deal until 2019 but City want to tie him down for even longer before Pep Guardiola arrives in the summer.

But City's hopes of landing Robert Lewandowski have been dented after Bayern Munich opened talks on a new contract. Polsat Sport is reporting that the 27-year-old's agent has said that negotiations are under way.

Alexis Sanchez could be about to earn a new five-and-a-half year deal at Arsenal, reports the Football Insider. The Gunners have opened talks on a long-term contract that could be worth a reported £51.5million to the striker.

Title contenders Leicester are lining up a summer bid for CSKA Moscow striker Ahmed Musa. The Daily Mirror reports that the Foxes are ready to bid £27million bid for the 23-year-old.