JUDE BELLINGHAM has dropped a Liverpool transfer hint after reacting to the incredible events at Anfield yesterday.
The Reds defeated rivals Manchester United 7-0 in a stunning result at Anfield that nobody saw coming.
Up until a recent patch in good shape, Liverpool had endured a shaky season that had left fans underwhelmed.
While Man United have been going from strength to strength under Erik ten Hag since Christmas.
But yesterday all logic went out the window and Liverpool fans will be celebrating the win for weeks.
And supporters of the Merseyside club may have something else to make them dizzy.
A beaming Trent Alexander-Arnold posted a selfie of himself in the Anfield tunnel after working full-time yesterday.
Fans couldn’t help but remark that Dortmund star Bellingham “liked” the post, suggesting he keeps an eye on events in his home country and has a soft spot for Jurgen Klopp’s side.
Liverpool and Man United are among several European giants looking to sign the 19-year-old, who is among the hottest properties in Europe.
And yesterday’s impressive result could be a useful boost for Liverpool as Bellingham is likely to want to play for a side in the Champions League.
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With Newcastle and Tottenham losing this weekend, the top four races could have swung back in favor of the Reds.
Liverpool fans were convinced during the World Cup that Bellingham was more concerned about their club than Man City and Real Madrid.
The midfielder appeared to have strong ties with both Alexander-Arnold and Henderson, both Anfield stars.
And on the pitch, his stock rose even further in Qatar, with his impressive performances for England not going unnoticed.
He’s also impressed since club football got back on track and his Dortmund side have been in fantastic form ahead of their trip to Chelsea in the Champions League.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/7556698/jude-bellingham-liverpool-transfer-7-0/ Jude Bellingham makes huge Liverpool transfer tip after 7-0 Man Utd win over City and Real Madrid