‘Spit in the eyes,’ says Juventus after Arthur Melo’s transfer to Liverpool.

Jurgen Klopp
Jurgen Klopp

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool completed a deadline-day move for Arthur Melo

Former Roma forward and Italian international Antonio Cassano has questioned Juventus’ decision to let Arthur Melo join Liverpool on loan.

The Reds completed a temporary move for the Brazilian yesterday, and he will spend the rest of the 2022/23 season at Anfield. Jurgen Klopp has been under pressure from supporters to strengthen in this area of the pitch in recent weeks, with another injury to captain Jordan Henderson prompting the club to act.

Jurgen Klopp
Jurgen Klopp

Although he had yet to play for the Old Lady in 22/23 before agreeing to a move to Merseyside, Arthur made 20 league appearances for Juventus last season as they finished fourth in Serie A. Cassano, a former player who practically his entire career in Italy’s top division, has questioned his departure.

Through Arena Calcio, Cassano commented on Juventus’ decision to permit such a transfer, saying: “A very serious thing: Arthur. He wasn’t a player, he wasn’t good, and Allegri didn’t take him into account. He has since moved to Liverpool, one of the world’s top teams under one of the greatest coaches in football history.

Is there a justification for Liverpool and Klopp to acquire Arthur? Why does that matter? that you need to start spitting in your eyes and looking in the mirror in this nation of incompetent and average people.

Jurgen Klopp
Jurgen Klopp

While playing for Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool team, Arthur will don the No. 29 jersey, and the manager expressed his excitement at finalizing a deal to sign the former Barcelona star.

At his pre-game press conference on Friday, he expressed his excitement over the transfer. According to what I know, the international clearance won’t take place until tomorrow. He should be fine for Napoli, we all hope.

“What carries he? We can all agree that he is a really good footballer. He is still relatively young and has already had a very exciting career; in fact, he is at or is approaching the ideal age for a footballer.”

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