How would you define the rivalry between the fans of Manchester United and Liverpool

By February 07, 2019
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    "I think Hirving has had an influential time in Holland and shown he can be a player who is incredibly valuable and can make the jump to the biggest clubs in Europe.

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    Lozano scored 17 goals in 29 Eredivisie appearances for PSV in 2017-18, while he has netted 15 in 24 league games this term.

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