Raheem Sterling, the Man City winger, has admitted that he still loves Liverpool, and that the club will always take a huge part in his heart.
The 25-year-old player left Liverpool to join Manchester City back in 2015 and the deal was closed at £44 million, making him the-then the most expensive English player of all time.
The way he left the Reds left a bitter taste among the fans, and they most certainly haven't forgiven him for that.
However, since he joined the Citizens he has won two Premier League titles and scored 89 goals in 230 games for the Sky Blues, becoming one of the key players that Pep Guardiola owns.
In a recent live internet Q&A session in the Instagram account of his representatives Colossal Sports Management, Sterling said: "Would I ever go back to Liverpool? To be honest with you, I love Liverpool.
"Don't get it twisted, they are always in my heart, it's a team that (has) done alot for me and my growth."
Of course that gave space for the speculations that the England international might leave Etihad Stadium this summer.
Manchester City might face a big crisis, because of the two - year ban they have. They are not going to participate in any European championships for two years as they violated the financial fair play.
That and the speculations of Mane leaving Anfield this summer to join Real Madrid is telling us that Sterling might move back to Liverpool as the Klopp's side will need to find a replacement for Sadio Mane.
However, Liverpool are now with 25 points above Manchester City in the league's table and need just two wins to win their first Premier League title in 30 years.