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“But he’s amazing, he’ll win the Golden boot,” – Watch Alan shearer gives his honest verdict on Erling Haaland and Darwin Nunez after first EPL games

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“But he’s amazing, he’ll win the Golden boot,” – Watch Alan shearer gives his honest verdict on Erling Haaland and Darwin Nunez after first EPL games

Alan Shearer, has given his judgment on Manchester City and Liverpool’s two massive signings.

Manchester City bought Erling Braut Haaland from Borussia Dortmund, while Liverpool roped in Darwin Nunez from Benfica in the two biggest signings of the summer transfer window.

"But he's amazing, he'll win the Golden boot," - Watch Alan shearer gives his honest verdict on Erling Haaland and Darwin Nunez after first EPL games 2 Sportelo

Erling Haaland and Darwin Nunez (photo by Getty images)

Erling Haaland and Darwin Nunez have joined Liverpool and Manchester City, and Alan Shearer offers his assessment on their EPLA arrivals.

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Alan Shearer, the all-time leading scorer in the Premier League, has commented on the two significant additions made by Manchester City and Liverpool.

The two greatest purchases of the summer transfer window were from Liverpool and Manchester City, who both acquired Erling Braut Haaland from Borussia Dortmund.

When the Premier League season begins, Haaland and Nunez, in Alan Shearer’s opinion, will exceed the expectations of their respective clubs and give defenders nightmares.

Shearer spoke on Sky Sports about his thoughts on Darwin Nunez and Erling Haaland joining Liverpool and Manchester City, respectively, and what it means for the next English Premier League season.

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“Two huge signings. Two fantastic players. I’m certain both players will score a lot of goals in the Premier League and will make their clubs better.

“I’ve seen bits of them in the Champions League, obviously.

“It’s great for the Premier League that their clubs are able to attract those kind of players and I look forward to watching them a lot next season.

”They’ve both (Liverpool and Manchester City) had success last season and when you win things you’ve got to go out and strengthen.

“With the turnover of (Sadio) Mane, Liverpool had to bring someone big in to try and replace him, because he’s (Mane) been an unbelievable player for them. I look forward to watching the next season.”

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During his two and a half seasons at Borussia Dortmund, the 21-year-old international from Norway scored 83 goals in 87 games.

Haaland’s transfer to the Etihad Stadium was paid for by Manchester City for $51 million.

Liverpool signed Benfica star Darwin Nunez in a deal costing £85 million in order to compete with their rivals.

In the just-completed season, the Uruguayan scored 34 goals for the Portuguese team.

In other news, (Video): Watch Darwin Nunez shows off sleek and classy finishing in Liverpool training exercise ahead of Fullham opener

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(Video) Konate almost scores goal of the season with incredible long-range effort

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Liverpool began proceedings in the second-half with far more aggression and intent and actually came close to finding an effort via unlikely scorer Ibrahima Konate.

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The Frenchman raced into the opposing half in a manner some might suggest was Joel Matip-esque before attempting to catch Kepa Arrizabalaga off his line with a speculative effort.

The shot went just wide of the post in what was a clear warning sign for Graham Potter’s men.

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Liverpool confirms midfield transfer as Jürgen Klopp explains plan and Diogo Jota injury update

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Liverpool have confirmed a January transfer move while Jürgen Klopp has been speaking about his summer plan and offered a Diogo Jota injury update.

Jürgen Klopp has told his team that the Reds would be making significant changes amid a transfer overhaul, but that won’t happen until the summer when several of his players’ contracts expire.

“At Borussia Dortmund, it was clear when I left (in 2015), I said something has to change,” Klopp said in the second part of his press conference. “It is a different situation (here). Either the manager’s position changes or a lot of other things change.

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“So, as far as I am concerned, what I hear — unless someone tells me (different) — I will not go. So that means maybe there is a point where we have to change other stuff.

“We will see but that is for the future, like summer or whatever. Not now. I have space and time to think about it.

“We have to play better football now. We cannot play and say: ‘OK, these are the problems but next season we don’t have them anymore’. That is a really long time. I cannot promise we will fly tomorrow but what I want to promise is that we really fight and everyone can see it.”

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But if they manage to finish in the top four this season, it will be much easier to make such changes. Without Champions League football for a season, it will be considerably more difficult to sign Jude Bellingham and other major targets.

Jürgen Klopp has offered an update on Diogo Jota’s fitness as he continues his recovery from the long-term injury that has already forced him to miss the World Cup.

“I don’t know exactly how long but he looks really good,” Klopp said in the second part of his press conference. “He’s out there on the pitch doing a lot of stuff already. Another few weeks?”

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When asked if Jota would be available for the first leg of the Champions League quarterfinal matchup against Real Madrid next month, Klopp said: “From my point of view, yes but I don’t know.”

Colombian winger Luis Díaz is also on the recovery trail. He posted an update from the AXA Training Centre on social media yesterday.

In other news, Liverpool transfer news: Jude Bellingham latest as Borussia Dortmund chief gives public update

 

 

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(Video) ‘I can’t remember a worse game’ – Watch Jurgen KIopp’s full answer as Liverpool boss admits he’s hit new low

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(Video) ‘I can’t remember a worse game’ – Watch Jurgen KIopp’s full answer as Liverpool boss admits he’s hit new low

The dreadful loss Liverpool suffered against Brighton & Hove Albion, in Jurgen Klopp’s opinion, marks a new low in his managing career.

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And the Reds manager rejected claims that the defeat was a “one-off” as his team’s chances of qualifying for the Champions League took another severe hit.

(Video) 'I can’t remember a worse game' - Watch Jurgen KIopp's full answer as Liverpool boss admits he's hit new low 15 Sportelo

At the AMEX Stadium on Saturday night, two goals in the second half from Solly March and another from substitute Danny Welbeck condemned Liverpool to a 3-0 Premier League loss.

In response, Klopp expressed his deep concern by evaluating the reverse without comparison over the course of his 22 years as manager.

“It’s my job to make the right line-up and set up the right tactics,” said the Reds boss. “I had really nice moments doing that but, I’m not sure if it’s because it’s only a few minutes since the game, but I can’t remember a worse game.

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“I honestly can’t and I mean all (my career) not only Liverpool and that’s my responsibility. So that makes it a really low point.”

In other news, Journalist tips Liverpool to complete the signing of £70m outstanding midfield target

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I love Liverpool but – Watch £100m Liverpool target gives conditions to join Liverpool as he decides on his future

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I love Liverpool but – Watch £100m Liverpool target gives conditions to join Liverpool as he decides on his future

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is eyeing some potential new signings this month with several players linked with a switch to Anfield, though the Reds’ boss will have one eye on the summer and a deal for Jude Bellingham

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Despite being one of the few clubs to have completed any transactions thus far in the January transfer window, pressure is growing at Anfield to complete additional deals given the Reds’ current form.

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Josko Gvardiol, a defender for RB Leipzig(Getty images)

2023 began with a 3-1 loss to Brentford, which was followed by a contentious FA Cup tie against Wolves at home that Liverpool may have lost if it weren’t for the VAR.

new signature In the third-round match, Cody Gakpo made his debut while Darwin Nunez recovered his shooting form and netted a stunning volley.

But that did not mask the issues plaguing Jurgen Klopp’s side at present, with calls for fresh blood in midfield not going away anytime soon.

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Klopp has already conceded the Gakpo deal limits what the club can do in the remainder of the window – but there is still plenty of time for them to spring a surprise.

Gvardiol decides future

Josko Gvardiol, a defender for RB Leipzig, has expressed his love for Liverpool amid recent transfer rumors, but he has also said he will stay with his current team until at least 2024, quelling any rumors that he might be moving to Merseyside.

At the World Cup in Qatar, the Croatian center back dazzled, drawing admiring glances from all across Europe, including Chelsea. Gvardiol’s admission that it would be a “dream” to wear Liverpool’s crimson uniform gave Liverpool a much-appreciated advantage.

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Leipzig, though, is adamant about keeping their man, and Gvardiol is similarly happy with the current situation.

In other news, Liverpool expected to sign Matheus Nunes as Chelsea joins race for the Portugal International

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(Video) Watch Cody Gakpo’s shirt number revealed and the significance behind his selection

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(Video) Watch Cody Gakpo’s shirt number revealed and the significance behind his selection

Liverpool FC fans were excited to see our latest signing unveiled and as soon as Cody Gakpo was finally confirmed to be a Red, attention quickly turned to what squad number he would select.

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The Dutch attacker displayed the back of his shirt to reveal: “Gakpo 18,” which was a wonderful way for the club to announce his selection as he passed past our awards that are on display in the AXA Training Centre.

The 23-year-old joins Takumi Minamino, Alberto Moreno, Dirk Kuyt, Antonio Nunez, John Arne Riise, Erik Meijer, Jean-Michel Ferri, Michael Owen, Phil Charnock, and Ronny Rosenthal as the 11th player to wear the number since the Premier League’s inception.

The former PSV player wore the same jersey number for the Under-21 team at his old team and twice for his country; now, at Anfield, the legacy of his relationship with the number will continue to flourish.

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