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Kabak speaks out on how he is  “finding it hard” to adapt at Liverpool



Ozan Kabak

Liverpool centre-back Ozan Kabak admits that it has been “difficult for him to adjust” at Anfield, but wants to catch up as soon as possible.

The Turkish international joined the Reds in the January transfer window on loan from Schalke and the Premier League club with  an option to buy the center-back at the end of the season.

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Kabak has won two of the five games he has played for Liverpool in all competitions, and has started to ride steadily at Anfield despite his terrible form in  the Premier League.

He believes that the Premier League is the “highest level of football” and has received “advice” in an attempt to adapt quickly.

Speaking to the club’s official match day Program Kabak said: “In England the level is really, really high.

“The Bundesliga is also a really high level, but I think the Premier League is higher in intensity and physical quality.

“I think it is the highest level of football and I am trying to adapt here. Thiago [Alcantara], Bobby [Firmino] and [Xherdan] Shaqiri played in the Bundesliga before they were here and our manager also managed in Germany, so I take their advice and try to give my best in training and the games.

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“I have given everything in the last month, but of course it is hard to adapt here because there are good players and good teams in the Premier League.

“It is always harder to join a team in winter, to be honest, to play with new team-mates and obviously to move to a new country with a new language. It has been a challenge for me, but I have tried to adapt as soon as possible.”

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