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The reason the Liverpool suppoters are mad at Klopp

Fans claim Klopp for not signing a better player

By Charles Cornwall

Fans claim Klopp for not signing a better player
Fans claim Klopp for not signing a better player
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The signing of 26-year-old Brazilian midfielder Arthur Melo on a loan from Juventus did not please all Liverpool fans. A group of fans complained to coach Jürgen Klopp for not having hired a better footballer to replace injured Jordan Henderson and Thiago Alcatara who will be away for several days due to muscle problems.

On Twitter there are several posts from Red fans showing their annoyance with the coach for letting go of opportunities for new players. Some of the stars they asked for were Borussia Dortmund player Jude Bellingham and Belgium’s Youri Tielemans from Leicester City who were available during the deadline that closed on Thursday.

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Liverpool signed Arthur Melo in the last few hours from Juventus and with him will come the new journalist who will be a fan of the team. She is the Italian 30 years old Carolina Miarelli who works as a journalist and is also a dentist. With midfield injuries continuing to pile up, Liverpool are signed Juventus midfielder Arthur Melo before the transfer window closes tonight.

This player is a rarity in modern football, because unlike most, he doesn’t have tattoos or earrings. He listens to Brazilian country music and is the son of a farmer in Goiania, a city located in the center of Brazil. He arrived in Barcelona in 2018 and in an interview with Barca TV revealed that he loves country life, loves animals, especially horses, dogs and chickens. 

The players that the suppoters asked for as reinforcements

Arthur Melo will not be able to make his debut on Saturday in the Merseyside derby as he is not physically fit for a football match. The midfielder spot released by Jordan Henderson will be filled by James Milner or Fabio Carvalho who scored his first goal for the team on Wednesday in the win against Newcastle.