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Fabinho opened up on Mané's departure and the importance of Luis Díaz

By Charles Cornwall

Fabinho opened up on Mané's departure and the importance of Luis Díaz

The Brazilian highlighted the role that the Colombian will have in the upcoming season.

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Undoubtedly Luis Diaz will have in this new Liverpool the possibility of taking over the left wing in the 'Reds' offense. Sadio Mané left the ranks of the English club and the ‘Guajiro’ will be the ideal piece to replace the Senegalese. So it is in the preseason and so it will be in the upcoming Premier League season.

Even when Sadio Mane was at Liverpool, Luis Diaz was a starter. Diaz moved all over the front of the attack, on the left flank and in the center, while Mane appeared in the center and not on his traditional flank. Now without the African, who left for Bayern Munich, he will have an even more important role.

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Fabinho has been one of Luis Diaz's friends who has lent him a hand in his adaptation. The Brazilian speaks Spanish because of his past at Real Madrid, and Portuguese with which he expresses himself with the Colombian. Such friendships are something that anyone would like to have. The former Real Madrid spoke to the British media The Athletic where he commented on the departure of Sadio Mané, his relationship with the Colombian and the arrival of Darwin Núñez.

Liverpool put together a great new trident after the departure of Sadio Mané with Luis Díaz on the left, Darwin Núñez in the center and Mohammed Salah on the right. Fabinho also spoke about the Uruguayan: "Darwin may need a little time to adapt, let's see, but a player like him can really change a team. He's a real number nine. He's a goal scorer. He scored in both games against us in the Champions League. We know how good he is."

Fabinho has faith in Diaz

"Even though we lost Sadio, I still believe we can fight for everything. The team is still very strong. For a long time it was always Sadio on the left side. But we have Luis Diaz on the left wing and we saw how well he played in the second half of last season. Luis will be more and more important”. The Colombian enjoyed a pre-season with Liverpool, that which he was unable to have in the past on his arrival in early 2022. He will be more settled in his role now without Mané.



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