Manchester United versus Liverpool - fans' view

Sadio Mane scored Liverpool's 200th Premier League goal under boss Jurgen Klopp

Sadio Mane scored Liverpool's 200th Premier League goal under boss Jurgen Klopp

The Champions League quarter-final draw on March 16 is open, meaning no teams are seeded and clubs from the same national association can be drawn against each other. No, I don't think it's an advantage.

"And this team seems like it's peaking at the right time".

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp previously highlighted Can's importance to his squad, however said he may have to accept the fact that the former Bayer Leverkusen midfielder may want to "sit out his contract".

If you were Jose Mourinho who would you put in your Manchester United XI? "You have to play against the big teams".

He said on BT Sport: "People talk the front three and how unsafe they are and how good they are going forward but, for me, defensively they've tightened up".

However, he is focusing on his club football first and would dearly love to win his first trophy with the Reds. We are also both vying for second place so that adds a little bit of extra spice to the occasion.

'This year we belong there to be honest, it should not be a big surprise and the next round will be very hard, there are seven other very good teams involved, so maybe five or four are from England, it doesn't make it easier to be honest. This year we belong there.

"We comment a lot on players in this job, and I actually made a - not a derogatory comment about Robertson - but I said I didn't think he was good enough really earlier on in the season, I thought he was more of the same as Moreno; better going forward, not quite good defensively".

"We feel we have played well against the top English clubs and shown we can beat them but we are not afraid of anyone in the draw".

"Of course I have to think about my footballing future", Can said.

United, who are two points ahead of third-placed Liverpool, have lost one derby at Old Trafford this season, 2-1 to City in December, their only home defeat of the campaign.

Most teams would suffer a huge slump after losing £142 million worth of talent, but Liverpool have barely broken stride since selling Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona in January.

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