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With a double swoop in the final week of the transfer window, Liverpool can humiliate Ten Hag and Man United

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Liverpool may have gone relatively quiet in the transfer window after a failed move for Moises Caicedo and a surprise extension for Wataru Endo, but Jurgen Klopp is hoping to land more signings.

The Merseysiders still need an anchor in midfield and a versatile central figure who can be deployed in multiple positions to meet Klopp’s strict tactical demands.

And with a week to go in the transfer window, Liverpool’s hopes could yet be realized – at the expense of bitter rivals Manchester United.

The Red Devils had a bad start to the season and were beaten by Wolves before Tottenham Hotspur had a decent win.

And with Erik ten Hag putting pressure on losing holders the Glazers to try and make more moves, the duo of Sofyan Amrabat and Ryan Gravenberch could quickly slip away. Ryan Gravenberch has been in charge of Liverpool and United for months (Image: Getty)

United courted Fiorentina’s Amrabat and Bayern Munich’s Gravenberch all summer, but to no avail.

The progress, or lack thereof, is a huge disappointment for Ten Hag, having coached both players in the earlier stages of their careers.

The Dutch boss can vouch for the character and ability of both stars, but United have so far failed to seal a deal for either midfielder.

It is now clear that Liverpool are ready and willing to pounce to give Klopp a late burst of energy into their currently depleted midfield.

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A late attack by FSG and the Anfield transfer committee would be a major embarrassment for United, as they would not only be unable to secure their goals, but would also allow their direct and historical rivals to significantly strengthen.

Reports via German TZ claim that Liverpool have already sent a delegation to Munich to work out the details of Gravenberch’s move before the window closes, while Amrabat’s camp are believed to be ready and willing to agree a move to Anfield.

With clubs looking to cut high prices as the final days of the transfer window approach, any cut-price coup for Liverpool would be both excellent business and a blow to United’s confidence. After a stormy summer, Klopp may be left wringing his hands. The ball is now in United’s court to ensure the unthinkable does not happen.

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