Done deal!!! Liverpool have signed another 2 international star for Jurgen Klopp

Dominik Soboszlai, a replacement for Philippe Coutinho and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, has been signed by Liverpool. The Hungarian captain travelled into Merseyside on Saturday to undertake a medical and sign a long-term contract; the Reds are expected to announce his arrival soon.

Soboszlai, the Merseyside club’s second summer acquisition following Alexis MacAllister, will cost them £60 million to bring him here from RB Leipzig. Among his many attributes is a superb ball-striking style, which has enabled him to score 67 goals in his career for club and country, many of them spectacular.

And according to The Athletic, the dynamic attacking midfielder’s decision to join Liverpool is in part due to his long-range shooting. They claim that the playing staff heavily encouraged Oxlade-Chamberlain, who left the team this week as a free agent, to shoot from a distance.

The former England international scored several remarkable long-range goals, with his two most renowned ones coming against Manchester City. He has yet to announce his next club. and earlier In addition to that, Philippe Coutinho had a remarkable goal scoring record during his five years under Jurgen Klopp at Anfield.

For Liverpool, the Brazilian scored 54 goals, many of which were from 25 yards or farther. And like Oxlade-Chamberlain, when Coutinho was a first-team regular, the Reds made the most of his shooting skill by using it as one of their primary offensive weapons.

Liverpool now has a new long-range threat in Soboszlai, and like Coutinho, the Hungarian enjoys playing in dead-ball situations. The Reds are lacking players who can frequently threaten from outside the box after losing Oxlade-Chamberlain.

While Soboszlai and Trent Alexander-Arnold are competing for the right to take free kicks, it is believed that from open play, he, like Oxlade-Chamberlain, would be encouraged to challenge opponent goalkeepers with his powerful technique.

Such skills will be useful for Liverpool against deep-lying defenses that are difficult for Klopp’s team to penetrate. Alexander-Arnold and Soboszlai both possess the ability to find the decisive pass, which provides an additional route through resolute backlines.

The new addition to Liverpool is anticipated to play as the right-sided No. 8. The 22-year-old will play behind Mohamed Salah but ahead of Alexander-Arnold in Klopp’s 3-2-2-3 ‘box’ midfield formation.

Khephren Thuram and Romeo Lavia are potential additions that could still be made before the summer transfer window closes in order to further strengthen the midfield. In addition to Andy Robertson, a left-sided center-back that is more suited to the system could be hired.





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