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Social Zone: Arsenal to make Sterling move, Steven Gerrard makes Liverpool claim

Arsenal could be set to make a major signing, Steven Gerrard admits he wouldn't mind stopping his old club from winning the league and Sunderland finally get some luck in the play-offs.

Aston Villa boss Steven Gerrard will face his old side Liverpool tonight and has the chance to put a further dent in their title aspirations.

The Reds could only muster a draw against Tottenham and they are now three points behind Manchester City in the Premier League.

Liverpool fans will be hoping their club legend gives them a helping hand at Villa Park.

However, Gerrard has other plans and admits he wouldn't mind repeating *THAT* famous win in 2020.
Sunderland fans will be waking up with sore heads this morning following the late drama in their play-off tie against Sheffield Wednesday.
In the 93rd minute, Patrick Roberts scored for Sunderland to level the game and send the Mackems into the final.
Alex Neil is now just the second manager to progress into a play-off final in the second and third tier in English football. His other saw Norwich City earn promotion to the Premier League in 2015.
You can see how much it means to him!

Philippe Coutinho could be signing for Aston Villa on a permanent deal.

Steven Gerrard has made it no secret that he wants to sign Coutinho once his loan spell at the club ends in the summer.

Around £17m is the fee Villa will pay for him - not bad considering how much they spent on a certain player in the Championship.

According to the Telegraph, Arsenal are interested in signing Raheem Sterling.

The England international has previously worked with Mikel Arteta during his time as assistant coach to Pep Guardiola.
This would be some signing for the Gunners but you would think they need to make the Champions League this season for it to happen. No pressure, Mikel.

Man United may be struggling but when it comes to supporting their team, nothing has changed. This is incredible.

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