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Liverpool news LIVE updates: All the latest news, transfers and gossip from Anfield Tuesday, January 8Divock Origi looks destined to leave AnfieldFulham and Wolves are interested in signing the strikerLiverpool are still on course to pocket £17.6million from the sale of Philippe CoutinhoLiverpool could make a move for Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey **PREDICT FIVE RESULTS AND WIN £25,000 – FREE TO PLAY HERE**Philippe Coutinho windfall Liverpool are still on course to pocket £17.6million from the sale of Philippe Coutinho. Barcelona paid an initial £106million for the Brazil international in January 2018. However, two clauses included in the sale mean Liverpool will receive a further £17.6million, according to the Liverpool Echo. The first is that Barcelona are obligated to pay £4.4million for each of the first two Champions League qualification places Coutinho helps achieve. The second activates when the 26-year-old completes 100 appearances for the Catalan giants. The six minutes he played in yesterday’s 2-1 victory over Getafe takes his tally to 45. Barcelona star Coutinho has today been linked with a switch to Manchester United, but Spanish football expert Guillem Balague says there is no truth behind the rumours.FA Cup fourth round draw An all-Premier League fourth-round clash will see champions Manchester City host struggling Burnley, with non-league Barnet at home to Brentford of the Championship. Portsmouth, leaders of League One, host QPR while 13-time FA Cup winners Arsenal were drawn at home to face Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United. That left another all-Premier League tie as the final pairing, with Crystal Palace hosting London rivals Tottenham. Fixtures Swansea v Gillingham, AFC Wimbledon v West Ham, Shrewsbury or Stoke v Wolves, Millwall v Everton, Brighton v West Brom, Bristol City v Bolton Accrington v Derby or Southampton, Doncaster v Oldham, Chelsea v Sheffield Wednesday or Luton, Newcastle or Blackburn v Watford, Middlesbrough v Newport, Manchester City v Burnley, Barnet v Brentford, Portsmouth v QPR, Arsenal v Manchester United, Crystal Palace v Tottenham Ties to be played January 25-28Wolves 2-1 Liverpool Premier League leaders Liverpool were knocked out of the FA Cup in the third round after suffering a 2-1 defeat by Wolves. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp fielded a much-changed line-up, including two teenage debutants and the Merseysiders fell behind to a Raul Jimenez goal on the break in the 38th minute. Divock Origi brought Liverpool, seven-times FA Cup winners, level in the 51st minute but Wolves grabbed the win four minutes later when Ruben Neves struck a superb low drive from 30 yards out.Wanted: Divock Origi Divock Origi looks destined to leave Liverpool – and two Premier League sides are battling for his services. Origi, 23, has been a peripheral figure for the Merseyside heavyweights in recent months. And reports yesterday suggested he might be sold permanently in the coming weeks. Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri had


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