Alexander-Arnold reveals how Liverpool’s dressing room reacted to Nunez’s transfer from Benfica
Speaking to Echo, Liverpool full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold said: “When we played against Darwin Nunez we knew he was a special player.
“He brings goals, scores a lot of goals, gets himself in good positions, will work hard and fight for wins — and that’s what we need and what we expect when we bring players in.
“That’s the club mentality, and I think he will slot in. Over the years, there has been a few signings where, when the club is linked to them, us players get excited and we’re like ‘Yeah, he will work for us’. This was definitely one of them.”
Nunez rejected a proposal from Manchester United to join Liverpool recently with Benfica getting an underlying transfer expense of €75 million.
The 23-year-old scored an goal in his fist game for the Reds, assisting Jurgen Klopp’s men with beating Manchester City 3-1 and land the Community Shield.
Source: Liverpool Echo
REVEALED: New company emerge as potential buyer for Man United
The Glazers era at Manchester United is coming to an end, and the club’s new owners may be extremely wealthy.
A top source, The Athletic, claims that Amazon has recently expressed interest in purchasing the Red Devils.
The tech giants clearly care about European football because they paid £30 million a year for the rights to broadcast the Premier League.
However, a significant impediment to a potential sale is still the Glazers’ asking price. At the moment, the American family is requesting at least £6 billion.
Source: The Athletic
Senegal vs Netherlands: Confirmed lineups
In what promises to be a riveting Group A matchup, Senegal and Netherlands square off in their World Cup debut.
After Ecuador’s 2-0 victory over Qatar on Sunday, the African and European superpowers, who are likely the odds-on favorites to advance to the Round of 16, will be looking to score as many points as possible to gain an advantage in the group.
Senegal XI: E. Mendy, Diallo, Koulibaly, Cissé, Sabaly, N. Mendy, Gueye, Diatta, Kouyaté, Sarr, Dia.
Netherlands XI: Noppert – Blind, Aké, Van Dijk, De Ligt, Dumfries – Frenkie De Jong, Berghuis – Gakpo, Bergwijn, Janssen.
Liverpool vs West Ham: Confirmed lineups
Liverpool are looking to follow up Sunday’s potentially-season changing win over Premier League champions Manchester City against West Ham tonight. Jurgen Klopp’s side put in an impressive performance against the champions to claim a morale-boosting victory, though the challenge comes in following up in a game they will be expected to win.
Clearly, West Ham boast quality and are on a good run themselves after their own difficult start but few would doubt the idea that Liverpool will be expected to beat them on home soil.
Still, Moyes’ side have the attacking arsenal with which to punish the kind of defensive mistakes to have undermined the Merseyside giants this season, making for a mount-watering affair.
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