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

By February 07, 2019
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    Pepe has been in outstanding form for Lille this season, scoring 22 league goals from 37 appearances as Galtier's side secured a second-place finish.

    His performances have reportedly drawn interest from a number of high-profile suitors, and Galtier conceded Lille have little choice but to cash in on the 23-year-old.

    "Nicolas Pepe will leave. Life's like that, football's like that today," Galtier told Canal+.

    "He is a player of the highest level who will have a big decision to make on the choice of his next club.

    "There will be a battle between the great European teams. I hope that he will take good amount of time to think about it, do his research."

    Pepe scored twice in Lille's 5-0 win over his former club Angers on Saturday.

    Premier League clubs Liverpool and Manchester United have been credited with an interest, though Paris Saint-Germain are also reportedly eager to sign the Ivory Coast international.

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  • Sancho targets Bundesliga glory with Dortmund next season Sancho targets Bundesliga glory with Dortmund next season

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    The 19-year-old winger, who arrived at Dortmund from Manchester City in 2017, is reportedly a transfer target for Manchester United after a season in which he emerged as one of Europe's hottest talents.

    Sancho scored 12 goals and tallied a league-leading 14 assists in 34 Bundesliga appearances, while he impressed on his England debut to attract interest from abroad.

    Dortmund's failure to pip Bayern Munich to the league title may yet prompt an increase in clubs plotting a swoop for Sancho's signature, but he indicated he would be staying at Signal-Iduna-Park in 2019-20.

    "I'm really happy with how I played this season," Sancho told reporters after Dortmund's 2-0 win over Borussia Monchengladbach on the final day of the season, which was not enough as Bayern triumphed by two points.

    "I never knew it was going to be like this. From the start I wasn't really playing often, but then I started playing often later in the season. It was all about hard work.

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    One Dortmund player who is certain to leave the club is Christian Pulisic, who is heading to Chelsea after spending a season on loan ahead of his move to Stamford Bridge.

    Sancho wished the United States international well, saying: "I'll miss [Pulisic] for sure.

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