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The most promising midfield in all of Europe is Liverpool's

By Charles Cornwall

The most promising midfield in all of Europe is Liverpool's

The Reds are left with a revamped squad, and with a midfield to match

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After Jordan Henderson's disastrous decision to leave Merseyside due to a lack of playing time, which was certainly a decision that was not well understood at first, the fruits of his decision are now being enjoyed, as the midfield on Merseyside is a real luxury, with a great youth with an incredible future, and his career is beginning to have a great relevance at Anfield despite his youth.

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While 25 year old Alexis Mac Allister and 23 year old Dominik Szoboszlai have given great stability to the team in midfield, being players that help the team in the transition of the ball, however now the 23 year old Curtis Jones and 29 year old Harvey Elliott, now have great prominence and are starting to be more regular players, especially in the case of Jones, who is having the best season of his career.

In addition, the reinforcements Ryan Gravenberch and Wataru Endo have brought more variety to Jürgen Klopp's game plan, standing out for their great sacrifice. In the case of 21 year old Gravenberch, although the Dutchman has improved, he still has some areas to improve, despite this his level is incredible and continues to improve, so consistency will bring him back to his great level.

Wataru at 30 years of age and Thiago Alcántara at 32 years of age are the only players in the Reds midfield who are over 25 years of age, a midfield with an incredible future. With an average age of 24, despite their youth, they are players who show great maturity in matches.

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The great contribution of the midfield to Liverpool's ability to stay in first place

The standard shown so far by all the active players in midfield has been of a good standard, improving in many respects, and this seems to continue to improve match by match. This season the midfield numbers are quite good, as so far they have contributed a total of 31 goals, with 14 assists and 17 goals, renewing the area of the pitch that needed it most and giving great results, as well as now having the most promising midfield in all of Europe.

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