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Cody Gakpo to make his Liverpool Debut under Jurgen Klopp

Cody Gakpo to make his debut as Klopp looks to make changes for Liverpool’s next clash

After all the formalities of his transfer from PSV Eindhoven were successfully concluded on Tuesday, Cody Gakpo is now officially […]

After all the formalities of his transfer from PSV Eindhoven were successfully concluded on Tuesday, Cody Gakpo is now officially a Liverpool player.

The deal to sign the 23-year-old from PSV was announced on 28th December. So now Gakpo can take part in the FA Cup tie on Saturday against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Anfield.

The 23-year-old has been signed for 37 million Euros by Liverpool and his contract will end in 2028 summer.

Gakpo to be included in Liverpool squad for Saturday’s FA Cup clash?

After the Reds were humiliated by Brentford 3-1, Jurgen Klopp would have been considering some changes in the team. So there is a high possibility of Cody Gakpo making his way into the team as soon as possible.

Gakpo, who will be wearing the no.18 shirt for Liverpool, can start for the Merseyside giants on Saturday against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Anfield. The Anfield warriors are already missing Diogo Jota and Luis Diaz, so it’s high time for Klopp to reignite that spark in the shoes left behind by the duo.

With Liverpool’s Uruguayan striker Darwin Nunez struggling to perform, this is an amazing chance for Gakpo to shine immediately and make name for himself.

Excited to be a part of the team: Gakpo

Gakpo is really excited to play for the Reds. While expressing his feelings on the club’s official website, he said:

“I feel really good, I’m really excited to be here. I’m looking forward to start training and start playing for this amazing club. I’m really looking forward to [playing at Anfield]. I heard a lot of great stories about the stadium, about the atmosphere. I cannot wait.”

Furthermore, Gakpo added that he wants to win as many prizes as they can and will contribute immensely to the team. Lastly, he thanked everyone for a warm welcome. Let’s see if Cody Gakpo can turn things around for Liverpool and make name for himself.

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