Gylfi Sigurdsson has offered a title warning to Liverpool.

Liverpool are opening up a big lead at the top of the Premier League – but Gylfi Sigurdsson has offered them something of a warning.

The Reds beat Manchester City 3-1 on Sunday afternoon, with Fabinho, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane all getting on the scoresheet.

Liverpool now sit nine points clear of City, as well as eight points clear of Leicester City and Chelsea, meaning they’re already being tipped for the title.

Having only dropped two points so far this season, it doesn’t look like Liverpool will be squandering their lead any time soon.

However, they have been warned by a Merseyside side neighbour, as Everton ace Gylfi Sigurdsson has reminded Liverpool that the title isn’t over.

Sigurdsson told Fotbolti this week that City can put together a string of results, and reminded Liverpool that they squandered a lead at the top last season.

Liverpool fans unsurprisingly aren’t too impressed, telling Sigurdsson to get his own house in order first and focus on staying in the Premier League, reminding him that if the title isn’t over yet, then neither is the relegation battle – and with Everton not safe, he shouldn’t be talking about the title.

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