Forward Philippe Coutinho was Liverpool's match-winner but Jamie Carragher was the star of the show at Anfield on his 737th and final appearance for the club. The veteran centre-back brought the curtain down on a first-team career spanning 16 years 131 days - the seventh longest in the club's history.
Liverpool winger Jordon Ibe is hoping to build on the experience of making his senior debut for the club in their 1-0 win over QPR. The 17-year-old played the first 64 minutes of Sunday's match, during which he created the winning goal for Philippe Coutinho. And the player was delighted to have played a part, especially in the final game of defender Jamie Carragher's 17-year Reds career.
Liverpool has tabled a bid for Sporting Lisbon defender Tiago Ilori - and he could be joined by Toby Alderweireld and Kyriakos Papadopoulos in becoming Kop stars. Sporting is reluctant to sell the 20-year-old talent - who is valued at around £4m - but boss Brendan Rodgers has the full support of owners Fenway Sports Group to go out and get him.
Brendan Rodgers has moved for Manchester City centre back Kolo Toure, whose contract expires next month, as a replacement for the retiring Jamie Carragher. The Daily Mail reports that Rodgers believes he can fill the void left by Carragher at the heart of his defence. Rodgers has looked at a number of players to bolster Liverpool's defence, including Ajax's Toby Alderweirled, and Tiago Ilori of Sporting Lisbon, but he is a firmer admirer of Shalke's Greece international Kyriakos Papadopolous.
Liverpool target Christian Eriksen will snub the Kop and sign a new contract at Ajax if Brendan Rodgers does not make a £15million offer in the next month, writes the Sunday People. Danish dazzler Eriksen is keen on a move to Anfield, with the Reds on his trail for the past few months and battling Champions League finalists Borussia Dortmund for his signature.
Cameroon international defender Aurelien Chedjou has confirmed he wants to leave Lille after being linked with several clubs. The 27-year-old could be a target for Premier League duo Liverpool and Newcastle as well as Turkish giants Galatasaray. Sky Sports report that, although under contract at Lille, Chedjou sees his future elsewhere, he said: "Nothing is done with any club.
Liverpool have revived their interest in Tottenham left back Danny Rose. The England Under 21 star was one of Sunderland's best performers during his loan spell, and boss Paolo Di Canio is keen on the 22-year-old. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers failed to sign Rose in the last two transfer windows and is struggling to make his £20million budget stretch.
Liverpool have accepted a £15m offer from West Ham United for Andy Carroll, a £20m loss on their record transfer fee inside 28 months, but face a struggle to convince the striker to sever his Anfield ties for Upton Park. Carroll enjoyed an impressive, yet injury-hit season on loan with Sam Allardyce's team, who has moved quickly to sign the 24-year-old on a permanent basis following the end of the Premier League season.
Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has dismissed speculation linking him with a move to Barcelona saying he could not leave Anfield because he feels so loved. There had been rumours linking him and Barca goalkeeper Victor Valdes swapping sides, but Reina wants to see out his contract at the Reds.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard believes Brendan Rodgers must spend big if they are to compete for the Champions League places next season. The Reds finished the season strongly taking 30 points from 16 matches after losing to Manchester United on January 13 and to bridge the gap Gerrard believes the squad will need strengthening.
Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva has vowed to pick up where he left off next season given a summer free of injury. The Brazilian ended the season in a positive fashion, much like the rest of the Anfield squad, after battling back from a thigh injury that left him on the sidelines for three months.
Jamie Carragher bows out of playing when Liverpool take on relegated Queens Park Rangers on Sunday at Anfield. Liverpool will be looking to celebrate Carragher's career in style as they round off the season at Anfield. The Reds have been in a good run of form and are unbeaten in their last seven Premier League outings.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp has hailed Jamie Carragher as "one of the greats" ahead of the Liverpool defender's retirement. The 35-year-old will play his 738th and final game for the Reds on Sunday against the Rs, bringing a 17-season playing career at Anfield to an end. And after winning five domestic cups and four European cups, including the Champions League, Carragher is up there with the best Liverpool has ever produced, according to Redknapp.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has revealed that he will try to lure players to Liverpool as soon as the transfer window opens. Rodgers is aware of the lack of depth in the squad and, with Jamie Carragher retiring, wants to set out early to have the longest possible time to prepare the team for next season.
Liverpool, Tottenham and Everton are targeting Parma talent Ishak Belfodil, according to reports. The 20-year-old Algerian international with a French passport is already a regular in Serie A with the Ducali. TMW claims that Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has sent scouts to watch Belfodil in action on at least three occasions.