‘Were A World Class Club Not A Small Recruitment Agency’ – Liverpool & Southampton fans react to being in the race for Emre Mor on social media

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‘Were A World Class Club Not A Small Recruitment Agency’ – Liverpool & Southampton fans react to both clubs being in the race for Emre Mor on social media

Liverpool and Southampton have both been linked with a move for Borussia Dortmund wonder-kid Emre Mor.

The Mirror broke a story claiming that the Saints will rival Liverpool in their bid to loan the 19-year-old.

The story sparked some controversy because of the recent spat between the two clubs over Virgil van Dyke.

The Reds dropped interest in Van Dijk and issued a public apology on the official club website after reports emerged that Jurgen Klopp met with the defender in private.

We took a look at how Southampton and Liverpool fans reacted to news that both clubs are in the running for the Turkish international forward on social media.

See More: Who is Emre Mor? Everything Liverpool fans need to know about the 19-year-old Borussia Dortmund wonder-kid

The Saints fans seemed pretty open to the idea of having Mor join over the summer.

Southampton do have an impressive record working with youngsters.

The loan option was brought up as a concern, perhaps a buyout option could ease nerves over simply signing Mor and training him up only for Dortmund to reap the long term benefits.

Liverpool fans refuse to believe Mor would pick Southampton over them.

The Reds will play Champions League football next season and could very well be involved in a title race but on the flip side of the argument the Saints may be more attractive if they are able to promise him regular playing time.

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  • Witter Brink

    Liverpool must be the fittest club on the Transfer Scene.chasing everybody ,catching no one only freebies, playing for big poker prizes, with monopoly money.

    • Phil Biggs

      Haha, must be nice to have all that LFC ‘monopoly money’ sat in the Saints coffers

  • Myles Dunne

    I don’t normally comment on grammar but i noticed in one of the tweets that exclusion of an apostrophe which makes one hell of difference to what is said “Liverpool were a world class club not a small recruitment agency” it should have been we’re