Good morning, Liverpool fans. Here are your morning headlines for Monday, July 13.

Man City's Champions League ban overturned

Liverpool's rivals Manchester City will play in the Champions League next season after their ban was overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).

Back in February, City were hit with a two-year exclusion from the competition as well as a 30million euros (£24.9million) fine.

UEFA alleged that the Manchester side broke Financial Fair Play rules by overstating sponsorship revenue in accounts submitted between 2012 and 2016.

You can read the full ruling here.

LeBron James partnership

Speculation continues surrounding a potential collaboration between basketball superstar LeBron James and Liverpool.

The Reds signed a kit deal with US sportswear giants Nike last year and James, who is also a Nike ambassador, then hinted that he could join forces with Liverpool.

James posted on Instagram  with a picture of the Liverpool crest on a red background, just days after the Nike deal was officially confirmed. Among the comments underneath was one from his business partner, Maverick Carter, which said: "x Reds coming soon", perhaps hinting at a future collaboration.

You can read more about it here.

Wanted man

Zenit St Petersburg have stepped up their interest in Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren.

Lovren joined the Reds from Southampton in 2014 but has fallen down the pecking order under Klopp, making only 10 Premier League appearances this season.

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The ECHO understands the Russian side have emerged as a potential suitor for the 31-year-old Croatian. However, they are yet to make a formal approach to Liverpool.

Klopp is prepared to sanction Lovren’s departure with Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip as his three main centre-backs.