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LA Galaxy have confirmed they have agreed a deal to sign Steven Gerrard this summer.

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard will join Los Angeles Galaxy in July, the Major League soccer club have confirmed.

Steven Gerrard was the match-winner at AFC Wimbledon as his brace sent Liverpool into the FA Cup fourth round – take a closer look at the contest now with Opta chalkboards and data.

Academy duo Jack Dunn and Kevin Stewart could not hide their emotions after netting on debut for Cheltenham Town at the weekend and quickly vowed to make the most of their one-month loan spell.

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is on the brink of finalising an 18-month deal to join MLS side Los Angeles Galaxy.

Liverpool's Spanish midfielder Suso continued on the road to recovery as he captained the U21s for 45 minutes on Monday, helping to inspire a 2-0 friendly victory over Shrewsbury Town.

With Liverpool set to launch their campaign for an eighth FA Cup triumph at AFC Wimbledon tonight, captain Steven Gerrard has been reflecting on his pride at having hoisted aloft the famous trophy.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says the FA Cup final would be a "wonderful send-off" for the departing Steven Gerrard.

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool Mon, 05 Jan 2015
Steven Gerrard scores twice as Liverpool avoid an FA Cup third-round scare at League Two side AFC Wimbledon.

Jordan Henderson has revealed how words of wisdom and friendly support from Steven Gerrard helped him navigate through turbulent times during his early Liverpool days.

Former Liverpool winger John Barnes does not believe Steven Gerrard has been forced out of the Anfield club.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers thinks Steven Gerrard has the qualities to make a successful career as a manager.

From Des Lynam to Vinnie Jones, John Aldridge to Lawrie Sanchez, relive the 1988 FA Cup final on Monday with BBC Sport.

AFC Wimbledon striker Adebayo Akinfenwa says there is "no bigger" game than his side's FA Cup tie with Liverpool.