Arsenal legend Ian Wright sends Liverpool transfer warning to Man City, Chelsea, and Man United

Ian Wright believes the rest of the big six could be left trailing in Liverpool’s wake when it comes to signing big-name players in the summer transfer window.

Liverpool top the Premier League table with an astonishing 24 wins from 25 matches, dropping just two points all season in a 1-1 draw with Manchester United at Old Trafford.

They can clinch the title in just six games’ time and finally claim their first Premier League crown.

The Reds have done so without making any big moves in the transfer market this season with only Adrian and Takumi Minamino arriving at the club as first team players in the summer or January.

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Manager Jurgen Klopp will not want to rest on his laurels after claiming the Premier League title this season though, and having already won the Champions League last season and the World Club Cup this year, Liverpool are there to be shot at.

They are sure to be linked with plenty of big-name players in the summer transfer window, with the likes of Kylian Mbappe already being talked up by the supporters.

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And that speculation only grew over the weekend when he was involved in a touchline argument with Paris Saint-Germain boss Thomas Tuchel after he was substituted during a 5-0 win over Montpellier.

And Arsenal legend Wright believes all the top players will want to go to Anfield this summer, rather than anywhere else in the Premier League, suggesting the rest of the big six might struggle to lure the best players.

Speaking on Radio 5 Live’s Monday Night Club, Wright said: “I’d probably want to go to Liverpool right now, any player in the world.

“This has taken four years to get where he [Klopp] is now and you have to say Liverpool are at the start of it now.

“If you’re a world-class player you want to get there now because it seems like we saw with Pep [Guardiola], he…