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Alisson Becker. Forwards 9 Firmino. Midfielders 3 Fabinho. Defenders 4 Van Dijk. Goalkeepers 1 Becker. Because its different when you are coming on in the last 30 mins against already tired legs in defence and when you are a starting striker that defences prepare for.
Best example is Ihenacho, for city he was coming on last and always scoring, at LCFC he cant get a game unless Vardy is injured and he scored like 10 goals in the last 3 seasons.
Edit: Im not saying this would happen to Origi or that he cant score 15 a season at another club, just answering your question.
Divock is only leaving if the Brewster rumours are the club feeling journalists fake info across the country to mislead people.
I think people just expect him to go elsewhere so he can be a 1st choice starter, especially given we now have two more options for forward positions in Minamino and Jota.
Honestly, i'm happy to have him in the squad and if he's happy being an understudy then that's sound. Top level teams usually want two players for every position, which means 6 attackers, and the club obviously isn't getting rid of Salah, Mane, Firmino, Taki, or Jota.
There's probably not much point in having more than one extra attacker, and currently we have Origi, Shaq, Brewster, Wilson, and Elliott.
Brewster and Wilson look to be heading out, and Elliott probably isn't ready, so that just leaves Shaq and Origi. I reckon the club would be willing to listen to offers for either of them and probably ship out the one that gets more interest.
Why in the world would we sell the clutch genius that is Origi. He doesn't complain and make big goals. As long as he's happy we should keep him.
Oh you mean when he was 19 and unproven and hadn't scored a ton of super important goals for Liverpool yet and it made complete sense to send him on loan?
Don't be thick. No, I mean when he was 22, had been at Liverpool 3 years, and started many games upfront, then went to Wolfsburg for a whole season until Fair I forgot about Wolfsburg, but the point is he's a completely different player now and I feel pretty strongly he won't leave until he wants to leave, and it won't be another loan.
I know a department seems likely but Grujic is a fkn amazing player honestly dunno why so few people see it. His potential is kinda unlimited.
Larouci's rejection of a new deal all but confirms his interest in moving albeit to a Championship team instead of a Premier League one. Origi, however, is only going to move for a really good offer given that all of the other players on the bench of that position are either still adapting Minamino , inexperienced Jones, Elliot , or inconsistent Shaqiri.
Last year of his contract and he said he isn't resigning. Wants to get playing time, fair enough. I like crugic a lot, hoping he could transition into a Centre Back.
Great Athlete. Always scores in pre season, never got a fair crack. Then I reread your comment and realized I was completely wrong Don't think OP was blaming the club.
Hope a return to Germany gives him what he needs. It could return confidence to him. Returning back to the home country can have a good influence on him.
Are you wishing harm on him? Wish him well on the way out, he wasn't good enough it didn't work out but christ don't be like that.. Why doesn't he?
If he was being nasty then what i said stands. If he wasn't then I was wrong and I apologise. Great news imo. Good club in a top league where he can play.
Clearly better for him than never playing for us. Lol yeah that too. Happy for him. Union are quite the feel good story.
My hope is we will also see atleast one more incoming Neil Jones reported earlier today that Brewster and Wilson are likely to find deals in the coming days and leave.
Id sell Woodburn too at this point. Pretty clear his development is not progressing in a way that will ever see him play for us.
Especially with the strength of team we put out in the LC Thursday. Sad, but true. Really thought he was going to be the next big thing after that goal against Leeds in the League Cup, but it just never worked out.
Am I the only one who wants Grujic to stay? I think half a season playing every once in awhile might improve his market value.
How many games does he get though? Likely Milner too. He started the last league cup game. Maybe he can get all the games in that competition and then rotate in for the FA cup.
I think Fab helping out in the back opens up a little space for him. I would argue Grujic is behind 9 players for 3 spots.
Milner missed out with a small injury though. There's also the case for our starting midfielders needing minutes too, having added Thiago to the mix this year and Jones becoming a first team player we have 7 CMs, 8 when Ox returns.
The PL schedule is heavy and we have CL too but I'd expect to see 1 of the first choice lot in the midfield for FA and league cup games more often than not.
The truth is only Fab, Hendo and Thiago play the same specific midfield position as him and Fab will clearly be helping out in the back so having Grujic as a third option CDM I think is quality cover.
Which is to say his value may improve simply by doing naught but waiting for improvement and clarity in that area. Which is obviously not coming during this window.
During that time any injury crisis any deeper than the current one would put him right in the crosshairs for more matches. The senior players in front of him who impact his playing time are either at an age where injuries are more likely or have middling to poor injury records already.
Especially if Fab will continue to deputize at CB over the length of the season. Honestly with Covid likely depressing his valuation and our ability to buy more depth, and the packed schedule, this might be a unique circumstance under which it actually makes sense for him to stick around at least until January even with a lot of senior players ahead of him in the pecking order.
Not nearly as hard to see him getting chances as it would be in a normal season and much greater reasons to keep him.
Out of those, Thiago and Fab probably start for every team in world football and Hendo, Gini and Naby at least make the bench.
Only Thiago, Fab and Hendo play the same position as him. Fab will be helping out in the back clearly so The question isn't really who plays there or who doesnt, because that isn't written in stone.
I'm not sure the answer is Grujic to be honest. Tbh I like Grujic but I don't think Klopp likes him enough to give him more than a handful of games over the course of the season, so I think it would make more sense for him to find another club.
We should keep him until the money is right. Billy is the youth backup. I don't think it makes sense to keep both Billy and VdB as both will get minimal game time.
This is particularly hindering VdB who is older and needs senior minutes as much as possible. He may have been playing through a concussion that game too.
Lost Mo and Bale went full Bale. That game was an amalgam of nightmares. Alexander-Arnold für N. Williams Diogo Jota für Roberto Firmino Adrian Tor , Phillips , Tsimikas , Minamino.
Fabio Silva für Ruben Neves Ait Nouri für Daniel Podence Vitinha für Pedro Neto. Ruddy Tor , Hoever , Kilman , Saiss.
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