Here are your Liverpool morning headlines for Saturday 28 March...

Premier League season to finish despite “void” claims

In spite of recent reports claiming that the Premier League season will be voided amid all the current disruption, clubs are working to make sure that the 2019/20 campaign is played out in full, according to The Mirror .

With play stopped with Liverpool 25 points clear at the top of the table, there had been suggestions that the entire season should just be abandoned but it is believed that certain clubs could launch legal challenges should that happen.

Liverpool's arch rivals Manchester United are actually one of the clubs arguing that the remainder of the season should be played out as they hope to finish in the Champions League places.

English dream” still possible for Reds target

Benfica striker Carlos Vinícius is close to signing a new deal at the Portguese club but his dream of a move to England reportedly remains alive.

Portuguese publication Record (via Sport Witness ) say that the Brazilian’s new deal will see him given a €120million (£107.6million) release clause, with Liverpool and Wolves both interested in the forward.

The 25-year-old had previously seen a move to England with Wolves fall apart because of a failure to obtain a work permit but the report claims that his improved status within the game should see that problem solved if another English club came knocking again.

Man United “confident” of beating Liverpool to young star’s signature

Manchester United are reportedly “confident” that they will beat a host of top clubs, including Liverpool, to the signature of Birmingham City midfield prodigy Jude Bellingham.

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The 16-year-old has been linked with a move to Anfield as well as Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City but 90min report that the youngster has been successfully wooed by the Red Devils after visiting their Carrington training ground and meeting former manager Alex Ferguson.

The report also claims that Liverpool are currently unwilling to meet Birmingham’s asking price for the young star, leaving Bellingham’s family to question whether or not the Reds value him appropriately.