Liverpool battling Manchester United for Emre Mor

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The arrival of Jurgen Klopp on Merseyside has intensified Liverpool's interest in talented youngster Emre Mor, according to the Daily Mail.

The report claims that the Premier League duo of Liverpool and Manchester United are interested in the forward's services. 

Starring for FC Nordsjaelland Under 19s, Mor looks set for an extremely bright future in the game, with the Mail claiming that Liverpool could make a move for the Danish ace. 


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The European duo of Borussia Dortmund and Ajax have also been linked with the teenager, so United and Liverpool may well have to step up their pursuit in the immediate future. 

At just 18-yeard-old, Mor has a great deal to learn in the game, but it appears that he could be heading to the Premier League sooner rather than later. Louis van Gaal and Klopp could be about to go head-to-head on the transfer scene for the first time on English soil. 

Striker problems

It's certainly not surprising that both Klopp and Van Gaal are on the lookout for reinforcements in attack. 

Both teams have had their problems recently. With Wayne Rooney struggling to find his best form and talented youngster Anthony Martial still learning the game, United have scored just one goal in their last four games. The Red Devils' biggest problem, however, appears to be coming from a lack of creativity from midfield. 

Liverpool, on the other hand, just can't keep their forwards fit. Danny Ings has been ruled out for the season while Christian Benteke and Daniel Sturridge have struggled to maintain their fitness on a consistent basis. 

Is Liverpool's attack better than Manchester United's? Have your say below! 

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