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Raheem Sterling warned he will stay at Liverpool even if he refuses new deal

• Brendan Rodgers: Sterling could miss out on £3.38m in wages
• ‘He won’t be going anywhere this summer, even if there’s no deal’
• Manager has backing from owners Fenway for tough stance
Match preview: Liverpool v QPR

Raheem Sterling could miss out on £3.38m in wages next season after Brendan Rodgers insisted the England international would stay at Liverpool even if he refuses to sign a new contract.

The Liverpool manager has repeatedly stated Sterling will not be sold this summer having rejected a £100,000-a-week, five-year contract. His stance hardened on Friday when he declared Fenway Sports Group, Liverpool’s owners, would keep the 20-year-old on his £35,000-a-week deal rather than sell to Manchester City or elsewhere should there be no agreement when contract talks resume at the end of the season.

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Football: 10 things to look out for this weekend

Can Crystal Palace spoil Chelsea’s celebrations, will Brendan Rodgers give Lambert and Lallana a chance and a finale to the Football League season

One for sorrow, two for joy, three for a girl, four for a boy … and so on, all the way up to seeing 11 Magpies, which is a harbinger of three easy points. So there could hardly be any more inviting assignment for Leicester players this weekend as they seek to put all that ostrich business behind them and get back to trying to run away from the relegation zone like big goofy flightless birds (what do you mean: “What ostrich business?” Have you all been away? Have you had your heads buried in the sand? Are you flexible enough to bury your heads in the sand?). Having said that, Leicester’s task could be complicated by a couple of things.

Nigel Pearson apologises for calling journalist an ‘ostrich’
Two Newcastles: the clubs on different sides of the globe united by strife

Manchester City’s quiet man Manuel Pellegrini elects to battle for job
Will anyone break the Premier League’s top-four monopoly any time soon?

Related: State of England’s football facilities ‘a disgrace’, say Labour

The Championship table as it stands before the final day
Evans tells Millwall striker Lee Gregory: ‘keep your trap shut

The League One table as it stands before the final day
Paul Sturrock looks to paint a brighter future for Yeovil after wilderness years

Liverpool fan group warns boycott repeat after protest at £50 Hull tickets
Brendan Rodgers defiant after Liverpool lose 1-0 to Hull City
Ramsey: QPR need two wins and maybe a draw to stay in Premier League

Connor Wickham believes great escape is achievable again
Schneiderlin to miss rest of season with knee injury
Senegal’s ‘little diamond’ Sadio Mané motivated by high expectations

Adnan Januzaj’s future at Manchester United in the balance
Premier League finances: the full club-by-club breakdown and verdict

Related: Tom Fox: ‘rich person interested in buying Aston Villa … why is that news?’

Martínez: Everton’s Bryan Oviedo to miss rest of season
Benteke’s agent says there has been no interest in Aston Villa striker

Jonathan Wilson: José Mourinho and the issue of ‘boring’ and ‘immoral’ football
Cech: Winning the title will make Chelsea’s next generation stronger

Burnley to ban 21 fans for life after violence in town
The Premier League table as it stands

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