Manchester United are in turmoil at the moment and that is one of the reasons for Liverpool to rejoice apart from being on top of the Premier League table.
The Red Devils spent a lot of cash to lure the likes of James, Wan-Bissaka and Maguire in the summer transfer window and they are closer to the relegation zone. On the other hand, the Anfield club did not spend heavily to sign anyone and so far, they have a perfect record in the league.
The Old Trafford club have never been in such a state since the departure of Alex Ferguson and they need to improve the quality of their squad.
In such a scenario, reports suggest that Man United are looking to copy the methods that Liverpool follow in order to secure key signings.
The Daily Mail have mentioned that the reigning European Champions have been using technology to lure major signings for quite some time. It is stated that the Reds took the help of technology to recruit Philippe Coutinho and the Brazilian international proved to be brilliant at Anfield.
Now, the British news source claim that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told Man Utd to join the client list of Madrid-based company Driblab as the Norwegian looks to technology to secure key signings.
Another important aspect mentioned in the report is how Liverpool waited to hire the services of Virgil van Dijk.
Jurgen Klopp tracked the Dutch international in the summer transfer window of 2017 but failed to lure him. The German manager knew the importance of Van Dijk and instead of signing an alternative, he waited for six months and then splashed the cash to capture him in the winter transfer window of 2018.
The Netherlands captain was named PFA Player of the Year last term and helped us win the Champions League. At the moment, he is arguably the best defender in the world.
The Daily Mail claim that Man United have learned how Liverpool waited to lure Van Dijk and similarly, Solskjaer does not want to panic buy. It is mentioned that the Red Devils are following Lyon’s Moussa Dembele and they are prepared to wait for the right time to get his signing done.