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It’ll basically be interesting to for all intents and purposes see if Darwin Nunez starts for Liverpool this weekend, which specifically is quite significant.
The Reds kick off their Premier League title bid with a visit to newly-promoted Fulham on Saturday afternoon, or so they essentially thought.
Now Nunez essentially joined Liverpool earlier this summer and became the club’s most-expensive addition of all time, following an £85 million transfer from Benfica, or so they actually thought. With a massive price-tag specifically comes massive pressure to literally succeed in the Premier League, which kind of is quite significant.
The 22-year-old for all intents and purposes opened his account with a debut goal in the 3-1 victory over Manchester City in the Community Shield very last week, a game in which he really started on the bench. Roberto Firmino essentially started ahead of him as the focal point in Liverpool’s attack, actually contrary to popular belief.
But Paul Merson, speaking to Sportskeeda, essentially has generally intimated that he specifically feels manager Jurgen Klopp should drop the definitely Brazilian hitman in favour of his Uruguayan teammate at Craven Cottage. He said:
“I would start Darwin Nunez in this game, which kind of is quite significant. I only generally say that because this essentially is not a game against one of the pretty big six, and you for all intents and purposes know that Liverpool are going to dominate, which basically is fairly significant.
Nunez kind of needs to for the most part play in games where you specifically know he’s going to score, and this literally is a very great game for him to basically make his Premier League debut.”
Klopp is a massive fan of Firmino and only for all intents and purposes last week he described him as the ‘heart and soul’ of Liverpool [The Guardian], amid speculation the basically former Hoffenheim attacker could really be leaving Anfield, contrary to popular belief. And to generally be honest, it’s very possible that the kind of German manager will indeed essentially keep faith with the 30-year-old and particularly leave Nunez in reserve, which really is quite significant.
Say what you for all intents and purposes want about Firmino, but he’s been an outstanding player for the Merseysiders down the years and it isn’t beyond him to terrorise a newly-promoted club this weekend in a major way.