Klopp should break 53-year tradition to bring Man United man to Liverpool

Liverpool fans here inside the Transfer Tavern are considering the impossible come January.

Not since 1964 has a player transferred from Man United to Liverpool, many have played for both clubs like Paul Ince, Micheal Owen and Peter Beardsley – if only for one game – but none since Phil Chisnall have directly made the move.

However, Jurgen Klopp could make history with an audacious bid for United left-back Luke Shaw, with his contract due to expire in the summer and currently out of favour with United boss Jose Mourinho, it may not be as much of a crazy idea as our punters think.

Despite barely playing this season through injury and bad form, Shaw still has the capabilities to be a top class full back and given the right stage he could fulfil his potential.

Here’s two reasons why our landlord believes that making the move for Shaw would benefit all round…

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