The Spanish midfielder is criticized. The team coach protects Thiago Alcantara.

The reigning English champions paid 22 million in exchange for Thiago Alcantara in September 2020 and signed a contract with him until 2024. The Spanish midfielder does not really stand out with good statistics in the Premier League.

He played in 11 matches and did not score a goal. The Spaniard also failed to score. Part of the media and fans, he criticized. The MARCA edition quotes the words of the German captain of “Merseyside”, Jürgen Klopp, where he defends Thiago from this criticism.

“They talk a lot of nonsense. They cannot even comprehend it. Thiago had a coronavirus. Then he got an injury, and you have to take into account that he is on a new team where he needs time to adapt. The virus and the injury obviously prevented that.

Those who criticize him are not right. Thiago Alcantara can show the best qualities, and it will happen. “There are no question marks about it,” said Jürgen Klopp.

Recall that Liverpool will host Everton today.

 

Klopp: “Allison knows what level of goalkeeper he is”

 

Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp also talks about Alisson, the Brazilian goalkeeper of this team. As you know, already two rounds, Alisson makes unforgivable mistakes and throws the team in a difficult situation.

“Despite everything, my attitude towards Alisson has not changed. He is a world-class goalkeeper, and he knows himself well.

“No one is safe from error, especially the goalkeeper, and I am sure he will play many more good games with the Liverpool shirt,” Klopp said.

 

Is Salah leaving Liverpool? – The club commented

 

Liverpool legend John Barnes has spoken about the same team’s Egyptian striker, Mohamed Salah.

Salah is in amazing form this season and is the top scorer in the league with 17 goals.

“It does not matter which place the team goes. It will not change the player’s decision, and he will stay at Liverpool.

“Liverpool may not be champions, I may not be in the top four, but the players should not lose their confidence,” Barnes said.