Liverpool fans have claimed they live "rent free" in the head of Bruno Fernandes – who immediately turned his attention to the Reds after Manchester United's win.
The Red Devils secured Champions League football with a demonstration over Chelsea. Frank Lampard's side had no answer for United on Thursday evening, as they continually cut apart the Chelsea defence en route to a 4-1 win.
However, after the win, Fernandes said: "We know it means a lot for us… We know they are happy for Liverpool to not be there." And Liverpool fans have revelled in the comment on Twitter, claiming they are 'rent-free' in his head.
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One fan tweeted: "This is United's biggest achievement! It's not getting there, but worrying about Liverpool not making it! Liverpool have been to three finals in the last few years and won the lot, we can cope with a year off. Rent free!"
"United’s standards have slipped a long way since the Fergie days," a second added. While a third tweeted: "Qualified and still talking about us! Rent free all day everyday!"
"What a weapon.. they have got as much chance of winning the CL next season as Liverpool," a fourth added. And another tweeted: "This would be funny if their local rivals weren’t about to do a treble…"
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United become the final side to wrap up Champions League football on Thursday evening – and they will join Manchester City, Arsenal, and Newcastle at the top table of European football.
Speaking after the win, Erik ten Hag said: "It's difficult to say in this moment, you have to see now how you come out of the transfer window but if I see now we need more. But I don't have so much patience, that is one of my mistakes.
"We want to win every game but also, as I just tried to explain, it's tough here, there are really good teams, especially this season. Manchester City are playing really outstanding football. We have a way to go, we are in the right direction, we have work to do, so a work in progress."
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