In order to save the Reds millions, Klopp could eventually use a new LFC weapon against Brighton

Arthur Melo Klopp weapon

The Scousers have faith in the German manager despite a mediocre transfer window. Klopp could finally introduce a LFC weapon against their match with Brighton.

Opportunity to shine as the new LFC weapon of Klopp

It wouldn’t surprise us in the least if things took a potential seismic turn for Jurgen Klopp.

Equality of opportunity rules supreme in the German tactician’s decision-making. But a lengthy period without competitive games and the approaching international break may provide our No. 29 with the ideal opportunity to close the distance to regular first-team minutes.

An ideal substitute for Thiago Alcantara

We’ll be expecting to see the Brazilian make a significant improvement on Merseyside after the international break. The Brazilian first got our attention in Catalonia before making the disastrous trip to Turin.

The No. 6’s return to action and continued importance would have put a wrench in the works. However, there’s a good possibility Klopp will choose the new midfield addition when he has to swap the Spanish international.

Former left-back Fabio Aurelio:

He’s a player that likes to constantly be in the game, touching the ball, controlling the pace of play, liking to be dynamic – similar to what Thiago likes to do in a sense.

This might not result in a debut against Brighton & Hove Albion on October 1st. Nevertheless, it shouldn’t be completely ruled out the potential that our newest squad member gets the nod with more than a few minutes remaining to play.

Potentiality to save millions of pounds for Klopp and co.?

It’s a possibility that might end up sparing the club tens of millions of pounds on a prospective Thiago substitute with a fixed agreement paid over two years, considering that we’re aiming to upgrade our midfield in the most recent summer window.
Even while Liverpool’s prior last-minute chances haven’t always paid off well, there is a reason for hope given the calibre of talent we know we potentially have on our grip if given the space to fully thrive in Merseyside.

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