Liverpool fans were massively dazzled by Ryan Gravenberch in his most memorable Chief Association start
Gravenberch did the change to Anfield from Bayern Munich last month and showed up for his new managers in Saturday’s 2-0 win over Everton, however just his most memorable association start.
The midfielder played 62 minutes of the Merseyside derby and finished 100% of passes, long balls and spills in the principal half.
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He likewise made three block attempts, gave one vital pass and won five out of seven ground duels in the initial 45 minutes.
Fans have been floored by the middle mid since his appearance on Merseyside.
One more was similarly dazzled by Gravenberch.
Gravenberch just oozes class. Boss player
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Another ally proposed the best is on the way from the 21-year-old.
I like what I see from Gravenberch so far. Piano carrier with twinkle toes kinda baller
— KURLY (@Wickedlander) October 21, 2023
An individual fan was eager to see more from the Dutchman.
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Another fan was loaded with acclaim for Gravenberch’s expertise with a ball at his feet.
Im going to say it yet again. Ryan Gravenberch is some player. Still under the radar and not getting the attention he deserves. Clever brain as well as great feet. Quality him.
— Marktomo77 (@Marktomo771) October 21, 2023
One ally has been brimming with appreciation for Gravenberch since he marked and, in the same way as other others, is exceptionally amped up for what’s in store for the player.
Jamie Carragher describes Liverpool’s ’embarrassing’ signing as a ‘waste of money.’
Liverpool’s midfield woes this season cannot be overstated.
When the summer window opens, Jurgen Klopp and his team will have to use their time and resources wisely.
With Carragher announcing the need to sign three midfielders over the next 12 months at the end of last season, it’s time to turn their attention to cheaper alternatives to the English teen.
Their transfer incompetence has been thrashed by supporters, and now Champions League winner Carragher has chastised the club for appearing ‘weak’ and ‘negligent’.
Jamie Carragher’s thoughts on Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher wrote for The Telegraph about how fans feel misled following their club’s withdrawal from their long-running Bellingham pursuit.
Despite their interest in Bellingham and Aurelien Tchouameni, Liverpool must have been aware of the urgent need for a midfield renewal, according to his comments.
Arthur Melo, a last-minute loan signing by Klopp Carragher has called a “embarrassing climbdown” and a “waste of money,” enters the picture at this point.
“That is [Klopp’s] biggest mistake on this issue and he knows it,” Carragher wrote for The Telegraph. “The big giveaway that he realised his error in not recruiting before the last pre-season was the last-minute scramble for Arthur Melo on the final day of last August’s transfer window.”
Liverpool, a team based in Anfield, justified their financial outlay as a means of buying time while searching for a longer-term, world-beating midfielder.
“That deal was a money-wasting climbdown and embarrassing. Liverpool was waiting for the longer-term goal, which was the justification at the time.
The Brazilian international’s stay in Merseyside, where he paid a loan fee of £3.9 million, has been one to forget.
Melo has mostly played for Liverpool’s Under-21 team, making just one appearance for the senior team in their 1-0 loss to Napoli.
Transfer insider Dean Jones told GIVEMESPORT that their loaned midfielder Melo has been nothing more than a “panic buy.”
Since joining from Italian powerhouse Juventus, Melo’s absence from Anfield matches has been primarily due to injury.
The Anfield hierarchy will have to accept this as yet another hiring blunder, but all eyes will be on their summer transfer activity now that their pursuit of one of the biggest prospects in world football has come to a shaming end.
Jurgen Klopp discusses Thiago Alcantara’s hip injury with Liverpool
According to Jurgen Klopp, Thiago Alcantara will be fit for the start of Liverpool’s 2023-24 preseason
The Spain international missed eight games earlier this year due to a complaint, and he will now miss the Reds’ final four games as they seek European qualification.
“Thiago will have surgery and is out for the rest of the season,” Klopp said at his pre-match press conference ahead of Liverpool’s match against Brentford at Anfield tomorrow.
“Yes [it’s the same problem].” Yes, Thiago is expected to return for the preseason. That is why we are doing it now.”
Meanwhile, Jordan Henderson is a doubt for the game against Brentford after suffering an injury in Wednesday’s 1-0 win over Fulham. The Liverpool captain underwent a scan for a minor issue and is awaiting the results.
Roberto Firmino (muscle), Naby Keita (muscle), Stefan Bajcetic (adductor), and Calvin Ramsay (knee) are all out.
Liverpool are aiming for their sixth consecutive victory against Brentford, which would move them within one point of Manchester United in the Premier League top four race. If Klopp’s team had defeated the Bees, United would have played two more games.