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Jürgen Klopp revealed the keys to Luis Díaz's great adaptation to the Liverpool squad

By Charles Cornwall

Jürgen Klopp revealed the keys to Luis Díaz's great adaptation to the Liverpool squad

The German tactician expects Darwin Núñez to have the same harmony at Liverpool as the Colombian.

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It is not at all easy to arrive at a club as big as Liverpool and win the fans over, not only in England and his own country, Colombia, but also the coaching staff and his teammates. This was Luis Diaz’s case in his first season with the 'Reds'.

It is worth noting that Luis Díaz arrived from FC Porto of Portugal as an express request of Jürgen Klopp. Diaz enchanted South America and the world with his acrobatic goal against Brazil for the Copa America 2021, and his presence in that tournament, earned him the praise and the eyes of the soccer world, especially Liverpool, who did not think twice and closed his signing in the winter.

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As it was, he arrived at Liverpool in the middle of a season in which he could not prepare in the summer preseason, but even so, he fit perfectly into the group. With no compatriots at the club, he managed to charm everyone and win over the coaching staff with a Jürgen Klopp who always trusted him. A similar case is that of the new signing, Darwin Núñez from Benfica. Without Uruguayans in the Anfield team, they hope he can adapt quickly to English football and the Premier League, which is not easy at all.

Klopp confessed that he expects Darwin Núñez to be able to adapt quickly, citing the Colombian as an example, “Luis Díaz just stepped in, no pre-season, played and it was, 'Oh, all right, all set'. The reason was that the way he played at Porto was the way we wanted him to play here, so we didn't give him a script…”.

Klopp expects the same from Nuñez

In turn, he commented on what they expect with Darwin Nunez: “We just let him play and then we adjust a little bit here and there. That's more or less what's going on with Darwin Núñez we don't want to change him in one or two or three weeks”. Luis Díaz has been an example in the arrival of the Uruguayan striker, and Liverpool hope that the former Benfica player can have the same impact at the club.



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