Liverpool fans have been discussing which Manchester United players they would take at Anfield, and plenty are calling for a shock move for Anthony Martial, who is out of contract next summer.
Liverpool added Xherdan Shaqiri to their incredible attack this summer, but many fans still feel they need a bit more depth to compete with Manchester City.
Manchester United’s Martial was heavily linked with an Old Trafford exit throughout the transfer window, and while a deal with their arch-rivals is of course incredibly unlikely, fans are dreaming about the Frenchman’s potential under Jürgen Klopp.
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The German has a habit of turning talented attackers into better players with superior confidence, particularly in front of goal, and there is a feeling that Martial has some serious untapped potential.
The 22 year-old ha scored 24 times in 86 Premier League appearances for the Red Devils, but has never truly been unleashed under Jose Mourinho.
The Frenchman’s contract runs out next summer, but the club does have the option to extend it for a further season.
You can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below, where Reds’ fans are fantasising about adding another young talent…
Martial…a beast in waiting
— Sluggie #LFC4LIFE (@Sluggie6883) August 14, 2018
I’d take martial, think he could do wonders in our system
— Max (@firminoszn9) August 14, 2018
— Oddball (@joneeley) August 14, 2018
Antonio Martial ::: pure class and a ballon dor contender if he leaves morinho
— james mylo (@nanaamakye1) August 15, 2018
I’m adding Martial to this list…. imagine what Klopp or Pep would do with him and Pogba in their team
— (@WeArePrinz) August 15, 2018
De Gea, Martial would really strengthen our bench. Klopp could things with Martial. Wasted with Maureen… https://t.co/GZ4IWc2Dhz
— Sir Bob (@BobtheRed1) August 15, 2018
Martial. . .if only to nulify the threat he always poses when we meet. Plus he would be magnificent under Klopp. . .
— Bernard Mungai (@Blissful_Ben) August 14, 2018