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Darwin Nuñez is not enough, Liverpool is looking for another striker

Liverpool wants to sign this Champions League winner.

Darwin Nuñez is not enough, Liverpool is looking for another striker
Darwin Nuñez is not enough, Liverpool is looking for another striker

Apparently, these are not quiet days for the sports management of Liverpool. Not content with the arrival of Darwin Núñez, which was intended to be the end of a search for strikers, the departure of Sadio Mané has made the directors rethink and think about many things for what the 'Reds' attack front will be in the next season. In turn, Divock Origi also left the Anfield cast.

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With Darwin Núñez offering options playing center forward or thrown down the left flank, Liverpool found the perfect relief to cover the areas of Divock Origi, who more than a regular starter was a giant who solved the game, and with Sadio Mané who left the left-handed lift to go to Bayern Munich. There Núñez fit perfectly in the center, Luis Díaz on the left, and Mohammed Salah on the right.

As a shock, Roberto Firmino appears in the center of the attack, Diogo Jota on the left and Takumi Minamino on the right, which is why the club is more than complete in its offensive zone. However, despite having big names, another has sounded strong like Marco Asensio.

Liverpool is not the only team that wants him
 

Unfortunately, it is AC Milan who seems to be more advanced than Marco Asensio as the ideal card in the attack. However, for the Italian team, the problem is the economic issue, the people from Madrid ask for 40 million euros, and the Milan team would be willing to give 30 million.

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Wilian Estrella

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