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Jürgen Klopp’s warning to Darwin Núñez if he wants to stand out in Liverpool

By Charles Cornwall

Jürgen Klopp’s warning to Darwin Núñez if he wants to stand out in Liverpool

Liverpool coach told him that he should improve his temperament and learn English

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It is true that uruguayan Darwin Núñez has become the new goal hope of the liverpool fans after the departure of Senegalese Sadio Mané from Bayern Munich this summer. The coach of the networks has given him a warning that the 23-year-old footballer can’t ignore if you want to succeed in the Premier League.

Coming from Benfica, the young striker has been with the Reds for three months and since then has undergone an intense adaptation to the Premier League. In three games he has scored two goals, one in the League and one in the Community Shield that Liverpool beat Manchester City last July at Wembley Stadium.

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After being expelled from Crystal Palace for an attack on danish defender Joachim Andersen, the uruguayan born in 1999 was suspended for three games. His return to the field will be this Saturday in the Merseyside derby against Everton at Goodison Park. But it is not known whether Jürgen Klopp will send him as headline or have him on the bench.

The head of Liverpool said at a press conference that he’s spoken to Núñez to find out how he’s doing. The german hopes he has improved his temper and learned his lesson after the red card he received for kicking his opponent in the head. He warned him that he would have to have better character in order to transcend in the Premier League.

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“When it was clear he was out for three games, then we thought Oh, the first game he can play again is the derby! he said. If he hadn’t had the red card three games ago, he probably would have had by now! He learned the lesson and is in really good shape. He’s really happy that he’s back, that he’s not suspended".

 


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