New Liverpool boss Arne Slot makes huge admission on Darwin Nunez’ future at Anfield

Liverpool Football Club's new manager Arne Slot has revealed the plans for Darwin Nunez as he takes charge ahead of the new season only on

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New Liverpool boss Arne Slot addressed his first press conference after he replaced Jurgen Klopp at the hot seat in Anfield. There are massive speculations about players and one of them is Uruguayan star Darwin Nunez. 

Arne Slot has revealed that he has spoken to the player and wants him to stay in Merseyside for the coming season. The young striker had a difficult season last year as he failed to score for a prolonged period. This had the Anfield faithful frustrated as Liverpool failed to win the English Premier League

Speaking to the media the Dutch coach said, “I just told him that, from what I saw, he played multiple positions and what positions - or position - I see him playing. I assume he’ll fit really well into this playing style because I like him. I’ve told him that already, he’s one of the players I’ve spoken to." 

Arne Slot reveals more plans for Darwin Nunez 

Liverpool boss Arne Slot has said that he wants to give more chances to Darwin Nunez, considering the talent the young striker has. Speaking to the media, the newly appointed Dutch coach said that Nunez was facing difficulties with his position last season. 

"He might have had some struggles with finishing opportunities, but he came a lot of times into those positions. I think he could fit in really well, but it’s normal at a club like this that many more players could play in his position. It’s clear for him which position he’s going to play. It’s clear for me as well and me telling him made it clear for him," Arne Slot said.

Finally paying rich compliments to Jurgen Klopp the new Liverpool boss said, “I got a feel for the club. It was before they won the Premier League and Champions League under Jurgen. Everyone was positive even back then without the team winning trophies.”

The new Liverpool boss ended by saying, “Our aim should be that we want to win and be on top of the league. We want to be there for 38 games. But to get in that position, it takes a lot of hard work on a daily basis to come in here and improve and improve and improve and improve. That’s what we have to do.”