Rio Ferdinand called a young fan "crazy" after he asked the Manchester United legend to sign his Liverpool shirt.Ferdinand was at Craven Cottage for Liverpool's 2-2 draw with Fulham on Saturday and was walking around the pitch before kick-off when a group of youngsters in the crowd waved him over.The kids were wearing a mixture of Fulham and Liverpool shirts, though Ferdinand didn't seem to mind and wandered towards them, but refused to entertain the Reds fan, albeit with a smile on his face.READ MORE: Fans in stitches as Jurgen Klopp blames Liverpool's draw at Fulham on 'dry pitch'Filming the interaction on his phone, Ferdinand said: "I’ve got some fans here at the Liverpool game.
He’s just asked me to sign a Liverpool shirt… are you crazy? I can’t sign it, I can’t."When one of the boys without a club shirt on claimed he was also a Liverpool supporter, Ferdinand joked that he wanted his autograph back: “Give me it back, I can’t have that," the former England defender said.Should Ferdinand have signed the Liverpool shirt?
Let us know what you think in the comments section below.As an ex-United man, Ferdinand would have been pleased to see Liverpool drop two points, and Jurgen Klopp's side could've easily walked away with nothing following a strong showing from Marco Silva's Championship winners.Aleksandar Mitrovic put the hosts ahead in the first half before Liverpool's club-record signing Darwin Nunez levelled the scoring.Read more on dailystar.co.uk