Liverpool legend to wear kit of rivals, Manchester United after losing a bet

Jamie Carragher will be wearing the jersey of rivals Manchester United after losing a bet against Gary Neville

 

Liverpool legend, Jamie Carragher will be doing the impossible next season.

The former defender will be wearing the kit of the rivals of his boyhood club, Liverpool after losing a bet with fellow Sky Sports pundit, Gary Neville.

Former Manchester United defender, Neville took to his Twitter to announce that his fellow pundit will be earing a Manchester United jersey on live TV.

The two ex internationals placed a bet with each other that former Tottenham midfielder Paulinho will score 15 goals in a season.

Paulinho last week sealed a move to Chinese side Guangzhou Evergrande ending his stay in the English Premier League.

"Just been confirmed @Carra23 has received my United shirt. He will wear it on the 9th August " First MNF of the season" think we can �� him," sic] Neville tweeted.

The jersey stunt however will be in the aid of charity for Alder Hey Children's NHS Foundation Trust.

The shirt, which will have 'G. Neville' and No 2 emblazoned on the back, will be auctioned off for charity afterwards.

Neville also tweeted that a day later to confirm that Caragher has received the shirt at his home.

The first Monday Night Football is actually on August 10 as Manchester City host West Brom.

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