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Henderson is confident of Luis Diaz’s level for Liverpool as life without Mané begins

By Charles Cornwall

Henderson is confident of Luis Diaz’s level for Liverpool as life without Mané begins

The Englishman revealed that he believes his teammates are at a high enough level to make up for the absence of the Senegalese star this season.

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Luis Diaz arrived at Liverpool in January and quickly became one of the stars of the squad. The youngster, with an appetite for goals and assists, earned a place in Jurgen Klopp's starting lineup, even starting in the Champions League final against Real Madrid. Now, shortly before the start of a new football year, he continues to work to keep the place he has worked so hard to earn.

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The players at Anfield respect 'Lucho', as Jordan Henderson, one of the leaders of the squad, made clear. The Englishman spoke to the press this week and was hurt by the departure of Sadio Mané to Bayern Munich, but valued the fact that his teammates continue to work hard to stand out.

The praises were not lacking, mainly for the ex-Porto player: "We have world-class players, especially in the attacking line, we have Luis Diaz, who performed phenomenally well last season," the midfielder shared.

In addition, Henderson applauded the caliber of players such as Nunez and Firmino. "Darwin has arrived, Firmino is coming back... so we have world-class options and things move forward, they change, hopefully we can adapt to that quickly."

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The team traveled to Singapore on Wednesday to take the next step in their preparation. This Friday they will face Crystal Palace. The Asian fans, as expected, gathered outside the airport and the training camp to try to get a signature or photograph with their favorite star.

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