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Watching Darwin Nunez on a preseason tour, here is what Liverpool’s staff and coaches genuinely think about him.



With a 4-0 loss to Manchester United last week, the Reds had a rough start. But by defeating Crystal Palace 2-0 on Friday, they were able to cap up the tour on a high note.

Watching Darwin Nunez on a preseason tour, here is what Liverpool's staff and coaches genuinely think about him.

Given that the starting lineup featured mostly young players, Klopp won’t likely dwell too much on the United outcome. Darwin Nunez is one of the three new recruits that the German has been striving to integrate.

The 23-year-old paid up to £85 million to leave Benfica and join Liverpool earlier in the transfer season (Sky Sports). The Uruguayan has pleased the club’s personnel and coaches despite failing to make an impact in Asia.

Liverpool employees’ opinions of Darwin Nunez

Nunez’s movement and capacity to find open spaces on the field particularly impressed Liverpool’s coaches, according to The Athletic.

According to the article, club staff also recognized the striker’s ability to elude defenders.

The fullbacks Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson appear to be getting along well with Nunez, and the two plan to use his speed and strength to go past opposing defenses.

Nunez has large shoes to fill at Liverpool because it seems like he would be a logical Sadio Mane replacement.

The Senegalese forward played a crucial role in Klopp’s recent success and developed excellent bonds with Mohammed Salah and Roberto Firmino in particular.

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But since Mane moved to Bayern Munich this summer, Klopp is now assembling a new frontline that includes Luis Diaz, a January acquisition, and of course, Nunez.

The new center forward for Liverpool had a breakout season with Benfica last year, scoring 26 goals in the Portuguese league.

Nunez made a strong impression in the Champions League, scoring six goals in ten games. He put up two strong performances against his new side, two of which came in the knockout stages against Klopp’s team.

The Uruguayan has a very good eye for goal, and at only 23, he still has lots of time to develop that skill. He could need some time to get used to Anfield, but with Klopp’s coaching, he could grow into a star for Liverpool.


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  1. Ivan Ishmaiah

    July 20, 2022 at 9:50 pm

    Pliz pipo let’s give Darwin Nunez chance to settle at the club and London also the EPl football he looking promising even they has said so.

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