Liverpool could potentially make a move for Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford.
However, the journalist did make it clear that if the Red Devils did agree to sell Rashford in the near future, it is unlikely that Liverpool would be able to purchase the forward. The rivalry between the Reds and Manchester United is massive.
Anfield Watch Verdict
Rashford is a reasonable player. The forward has scored 93 goals and registered 58 assists in 297 appearances for Manchester United's first-team.
Interim Red Devils boss Ralf Rangnick believes that Rashford possesses all the qualities of a top forward.
“Marcus is one of the top strikers in England and has everything you need for a modern forward — pace, skills, size and physicality,” said the 63-year-old, as quoted by The Telegraph India.
“In the end it is all about confidence."
Therefore, Rashford would certainly add a bit of depth to Liverpool's forward line. But, as Luckhurst pointed out, Manchester United are unlikely to sell any player to Liverpool.
Both clubs hate each other. It is also important to note that the Reds don't necessarily need a player of Rashford's profile.
As we have said, the Englishman would add a bit of depth to the club's attack.
The club would be better off saving their money and spending it in a time of need.