And with that qualified for the Champions League.
Trophies have been lacking for Liverpool in recent history, with only a League Cup triumph in the past 11 years, and the team failed to get over the line in last season's EFL Cup and Europa League final.
That has fuelled talk of a possible summer transfer, with the 30-year-old aware of the need to get regular game time at this stage of his career.
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Wenger has come under increasing pressure from fans during the season to leave the position he was appointed to more than 20 years ago.
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Milner also sees the prospect of playing in the Champions League as an opportunity to help the development of Klopp's largely-youthful squad.
"I'm a Liverpool player and want to be contributing as much as I can for the football club".
Given he has spent the past three seasons injured and it hasn't been until the final few games of 2016-17 those injury struggles have seemed to get in the way of playing the way Klopp would like his striker to, the club know they can not head back into the Champions League with Sturridge pencilled in as first choice striker.
The news of Wenger staying will not be confirmed, until a board meeting after the FA Cup final against champions Chelsea next Sunday.
"I believe since January we have played in a very hard environment for different reasons", Wenger said.
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Firstly that his side's performance this season would have got him sacked at the kind of club he's been accustomed to working at. You might interpret it as a pointed signal to those he works with at City to up their game if they want to get to his level.
"We don't know if Arsene is going to stay".
"Last year we were more Jekyll and Hyde - we could be brilliant one week and awful the next".
"I proved this year I will play wherever the manager wants me to play".
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He said he thinks he will need to reassess his schedule, maybe finding space for more time off by playing fewer tournaments. Roberto Bautista, seeded 17th, also moved to the second round after beating Australian John Millman 6-2, 6-2, 0-6, 6-1.
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