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Liverpool ready to hijack Manchester United deal for £71m striker


Liverpool are reportedly looking to challenge Manchester United's move to sign Thomas Muller, Express Sport has revealed.

According to reports, the Red Devils are ready to offer £71m to make the Germany international their most important signing of the summer.

But they will face competition from Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool.

Two days ago, Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge declared that the 25-year-old is not for sale.

"There are players who do not have a price tag," he told reporters.

"Bayern would be outright crazy if we let him leave.

"We haven't received a phone call from Manchester United and there is no offer in existence.

"I know that Bastian Schweinsteiger had the extremely deserving nickname of 'the Football God' among fans, maybe now Muller can have that tag."

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