Mane: Liverpool Can Beat Man United

Mane: Liverpool Can Beat Man United

Mane: Liverpool Can Beat Man United

Sadio Mane has warned Manchester United that Liverpool believe they can beat any team in the world on current form.

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"Manchester United are huffing and puffing but they are digging results out".

"I would like to play for two or three clubs, and Manchester United are one of those clubs".

'It will not be easy but I've always said we can beat any team in the world, ' said Mane. He said: 'I am looking forward to attending the World Cup in Russian Federation and sharing my insights.

"Manchester United and Liverpool were the teams I watched quite a lot in England", he explained.

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RT quoted the Manchester United boss as saying that he was "very happy" and "looking forward to attending the World Cup in Russian Federation this summer and sharing my insights into the games".

The home side will be confident ahead of Saturday's match as Manchester City are the only visitors to win a league game at Old Trafford this season.

However, although Werner claims he grew up an admirer of Liverpool, it is Old Trafford where he would rather play in the future.

But goalkeeper, Lorius Karius, is confident that the Merseyside club can get a crucial win as they aim to seal UEFA Champions League football for next season.

"But there's just something about Jose, I know he bigs himself up as the "Special One", we've been through all of that rigmarole several times".

"We want to go directly into the Champions League again, there's not many places for it and second (place) would be ideal obviously".

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