Liverpool's £90m transfer selection would look terrible for Man Utd and Ed Woodward


United have struggled in their midfield department this term, with Fred and Scott McTominay failing to impress.

And new boss Ralf Rangnick could do with someone of Bellingham’s talents to come in and provide stability at the heart of his team.

Instead, Bellingham could look to cement his place in the Liverpool line-up, where he may feel he has more opportunities of winning silverware.

The Reds are currently second in the Premier League table and have progressed to the Champions League knockout stages after winning all six of their group matches.

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