To execute Jurgen Klopp's strategy, Fábio Carvalho might be about to release a £77 million Liverpool trio. At Anfield against Bournemouth, | soccer4u
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To execute Jurgen Klopp’s strategy, Fábio Carvalho might be about to release a £77 million Liverpool trio. At Anfield against Bournemouth,



Fábio Carvalho

Liverpool simply need a win somewhere. Against Bournemouth at Anfield, that should be the perfect opportunity to start the season right, but with no players recovered from injury yet, Jurgen Klopp has the same player pool as before.

Fábio Carvalho


So how are you going to turn things around and shake up a team that has at times been lacking in quality and desire this season so far this season, not least in the agonizing defeat to Manchester United?

Requests for a lineup change have continued to grow since Monday night, with no part of the Liverpool side performing as it should against Erik ten Hag.

But there is an argument that the changes have already been made. Playing Harvey Elliott in midfield is new and changes the dynamic considerably, while James Milner has often been the forward forward against Manchester United, whether it was a draft or just his desperate efforts to cheer up his teammates.

However, a more fundamental shift may be on the horizon. Attracting £ 5m from Fabio Carvalho is simply a must against Bournemouth – a team he started against for Fulham in the league last season – and could really help Liverpool change that.

Fabinho, as out of shape as he was, seems destined to return to the team. Next to him, Jordan Henderson could sit two in midfield, more than enough against Bournemouth, especially at home. In front of that duo there could be a three offensive by Carvalho, Luis Díaz and Elliott. That would put Carvalho in his favorite role of number 10 and give Díaz £ 37m upon arrival in January and £ 4m Elliott a better chance at making things and forming relationships on the ground, rather than being isolated as he has been. till now.

Mohamed Salah, the proven £ 36m top scorer who has so far been too far from Liverpool’s opposing goal this season, could come in and play as number nine with Roberto Firmino, ineffective on Monday, Darwin Núñez still suspended and Diogo Jota still injured.

Firmino could therefore be the man to take off the bench, as well as Milner – a role the couple should generally be confined to this season, given their age, form and, in Firmino’s case, recent injuries.

Carvalho’s signing is not a drastic change for Klopp for Bournemouth and, given that it is, a move to a true 4-2-3-1 – rather than a 4-3-3 where the balance is midfield it’s not quite correct – it makes perfect sense. Liverpool potential XI: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson; Henderson, Fabinho; Elliott, Carvalho, Diaz; wrong


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