Alexis Mac Allister's Liverpool Transfer Suggestion with Luis Díaz Boosts Klopp


Alexis Mac Allister’s Liverpool Transfer Suggestion with Luis Díaz Boosts Klopp

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Liverpool remained in fourth place in the Premier League after a weekend of ups and downs. The team briefly topped the table after a victory against Everton but slid down to second as Manchester City won.

Arsenal drew with Chelsea, moving one point ahead of Liverpool, and Spurs claimed the top spot.

Now, Jürgen Klopp’s focus shifts to the Europa League, where Liverpool faces Toulouse on Thursday. The team has performed well in the competition and aims for a third consecutive win.

Liverpool will have a busy week, playing at Anfield three times, culminating in a league game against Nottingham Forest on Sunday. Stay updated with the latest stories.

Alexis Mac Allister has recommended next Liverpool transfer

La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Italian newspaper, has reported that Liverpool is actively pursuing Boca Juniors midfielder Ezequiel Fernández.

This potential move comes highly recommended by fellow Argentine Alexis Mac Allister, who, during his tenure with Brighton, spoke on TyC Sports, praising Fernández’s abilities, game intelligence, and ambidextrous skills.

Mac Allister even expressed his endorsement of Fernández as a signing.

Now, Liverpool has the opportunity to heed this advice and make a potentially ideal move in the upcoming January transfer window. For more details, read Ben Bocsak’s full article on the subject.

Luis Díaz helps Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp turn back time

During Liverpool’s clash with a 10-man Everton team on Saturday, Jürgen Klopp revisited a classic strategy. He deployed Luis Díaz as an improvised left-back and shifted Trent Alexander-Arnold from his inverted role to offer width on the right.

In midfield, Mac Allister, Dominik Szoboszlai, and Harvey Elliott took on roles reminiscent of Fabinho, Georginio Wijnaldum, and Jordan Henderson from Liverpool’s past.

Klopp delved into his tactical archive to overcome Everton’s defense, keeping the option in his playbook for future use when necessary. For more insights, check out the full article by Josh Williams.


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