Shooting star Darwin Nunez has become one of the most transitional things in Europe. The 22-year-old will be on the wish list of many top clubs, and Liverpool will be willing to set a new club record to bring him to Anfield.
Many refer to him as the “next big thing” from a country that has nurtured forwards such as Diego Forlan, Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani.
– I only have very good things to say about him. He played directly in front of me and fought tough duels with Ibrahima Konate. Physically strong, fast and a good termination valve. Good. very well. If he stays healthy, he can have a great career ahead of him.
Jürgen Klopp had this to say about Darwin Nunez after Liverpool knocked out Benfica from the Champions League. Now Klopp could play a major role in the young boy’s career.
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media like the athlete And the Sky Sports, as well as transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano, claim that there are more and more indications that Liverpool have won the battle to sign Nunez. Uruguay will all be interested in Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and Atletico Madrid, and earlier this year, West Ham and Newcastle tried to coach them.
But according to The Athletic, it is increasingly believed that Nunez will end up at Liverpool. However, it will not be cheap. according to one A recent report from the analysis agency CIES Football Observatory Nunez is worth 70 million euros, which is just over 710 million kroner.
It has the highest rating for players outside the top five leagues (the English Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, and the First Division).
According to reports, Benfica is claiming £85 million – equivalent to about 865 million Norwegian kroner – for the shooting star. In that case, it would make him the most expensive Liverpool player ever.
Liverpool’s record signing is Virgil van Dijk, who cost 830 million from Southampton in 2017.
Many media claim that Liverpool made an offer worth 815 million kroner, in addition to 200 million in various clauses. In this case, if true, the move would give a total budget of over NOK 1 billion. Other media outlets, such as The Guardian, claim that Liverpool’s bid should be 860 million kronor.
Nunez has smartly outperformed Liverpool on two occasions in the Champions League: he scored in the home and away game in a match that ended in Benfica losing 4-6 overall.
After 22 matches with Uruguay national team Peñarol, Nunez was brought to the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Almeria in 2019. There he scored 16 goals in 32 matches. That was with one season in Almería’s Foreign Ministry: lured by Benfica to Portuguese football, Nunez immediately made his mark.
In his first season, he had 14 goals and 12 assists in 44 games, before that season exploded.
He became the Portuguese league’s top scorer with 26 goals, and scored six goals in the Champions League: two against Barcelona, one against Bayern Munich, one against Ajax and two against Liverpool. He scored a total of 34 goals for Benfica in all competitions.
Jurgen Klopp has good experience bringing in attacking players from Portuguese football: Luis Diaz, who was brought in from Porto in January, was an instant success at Anfield, showing that there is hope for the famous trio of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Roberto Firmino. Sadio Moon.
The latter appears to be on his way away from Anfield, while Salah has yet to renew his contract, which expires in 2023. Liverpool have already signed Fabio Carvalho from Fulham and they also have Diogo Jota.
Nunez plays in many ways the same roles as current Bayern Munich, and could play as a striker and winger. Klopp, as previous quotes in this article show, must be passionate about Nunez’s many offensive qualities combined with his work ethic and defensive discipline.
It’s the skills that make Nunez look like an excellent signing for Klopp.
Liverpool have shown in recent years that they are skilled in the transfer market. Nuñez could quickly become a new example of this.
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