He said: “Extremely good-looking boy, eh? And an honest player as well! Really good, really good, you’ve got to say. Physically strong, quick, plus calm around his finish. When he finished the goal off, he was really calm. Good, really, really good. How we are saying in these situations, if he stays healthy, it’s an enormous profession ahead of him.”
Nunez’s Liverpool arrival could alter how Klopp’s side operates, with the German coach largely constructing his era around false-nine types in the shape of Roberto Firmino and Diogo Jota. But under his guidance, like lots of his other signings, the young goalscorer has little likelihood of failing.
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