Moisés Caicedo sends Liverpool transfer ‘message’ as ideal Jürgen Klopp solution comes to town
Moisés Caicedo has been linked with a transfer to Liverpool. He just sent Jürgen Klopp a message that is appropriate as the manager tries to regain control of games.
With their opponents eager to highlight their flaws, particularly in the middle of the field, Jürgen Klopp’s team’s performance was perfectly expected.
The majority of Klopp’s players appear to be past their prime and out of steam, and Liverpool has suffered as a result since choosing not to upgrade their midfield department in the summer.
The Anfield team was forced to reflect on their serious lack of control in the center of the field as the Bees made that point and earned three points in return.
After hosting Brighton and Hove Albion at Goodison Park less than a day later, Liverpool’s neighbors fell even more lopsidedly—by a score of 4–1.
A certain Moisés Caicedo stamped his authority on the game from the opening whistle, allowing Brighton to sustain attacks and maintain control of the game. Everton were completely outplayed by the Seagulls.
The Ecuadorian international led all of his teammates in tackles and interceptions made that night.
He also completed the most passes and recovered the most errant balls. He was instrumental in keeping Liverpool’s regional rivals in check for Roberto De Zerbi’s team, which is fitting given what occurred to Klopp’s team the day before.
Caicedo has in fact been connected to a move to Anfield.
Caicedo showed an aptitude for being in the right position at the right time right away against the Blues at the start of the game.
He puts out potential fires before they spread, prevents opponents from launching counterattacks, and gives his teammates a base from which to launch attacks and take chances.
This term, Klopp’s team has been deficient in certain areas. James Milner, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, and Naby Keita are expected to leave when their contracts expire at the end of the current season because they are simply too old or past their prime.
Thiago Alcântara is 31 years old, and Jordan Henderson is 32.
Additionally, Fábio Carvalho, Harvey Elliott, and Curtis Jones are viewed as young contenders who have promise but aren’t yet prepared to consistently deliver.