Liverpool could rival Manchester United for potential £90million transfer

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Liverpool could reportedly be ready to rival Manchester United for the transfer of Aston Villa attacking midfielder Jack Grealish.

The England international is one of the most exciting talents outside of the Premier League’s big six at the moment, and it seems inevitable he’ll soon earn himself a big move.

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Liverpool look in urgent need of a rebuild this summer and Stan Collymore claims that Grealish is one of the names on their list amid doubts over Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino.

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Manchester United have also been linked with Grealish by The Athletic, who reported that the 25-year-old could move for around £90million this summer.

It’s clear Grealish would strengthen both these clubs, but with Man Utd currently ahead of Liverpool in the Premier League table, they might end up being the more attractive destination.

The Red Devils seem more likely to be able to offer Grealish Champions League football next season, though of course one imagines the player would still find it hard to turn down working under a world class tactician like Klopp.

“My heart sank because I thought ‘how do I do that? I ran into the kitchen and I thought ‘I am not going to poison this guy’, so I rang my wife.” – Man Utd legend describes his major panic about making a cup of tea for the first time…at the age of 37. Click here to find out more.

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  1. Don’t take any notice of the athletic they’re a bunch of numpties who think they no more than the Villa owners.
    Here are the facts and this is not fake news, Grealish isn’t going anywhere that includes Man U and Liverpool, I fact on the subject of Liverpool they’re a joke in free fall.
    Villas owners are not going to sell their players so enough of this stupid fake news try talking sense for a change.

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