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Darwin Nunez’s “perfect” quality is in the news as the ex-Reds star is set to return to Merseyside.

Darwin Nunez’s “perfect” quality is in the news as the ex-Reds star is set to return to Merseyside.

Darwin Nunez’s “Perfect” Quality Is In The News: Even though there are still 37 games to go, Liverpool is already two points behind Manchester City in the race for the Premier League title.

Darwin Nunez's "Perfect" Quality Is In The News: Even though there are still 37 games to go, Liverpool is already two points behind Manchester City

The team that is coached by Jurgen Klopp had a really unremarkable weekend. Saturday afternoon at Craven Cottage, they were unable to beat Fulham. As a result, the game ended 2-2. But the new player, Darwin Nunez, had a great first game in England. He came off the bench and scored one goal and set up another. His first start in the Premier League is coming up soon.

The team coached by Pep Guardiola, on the other hand, got off to a good start by beating West Ham 2-0 in London. Klopp won’t worry too much about other teams’ results right now, but Liverpool must keep up with the rest of the league. Here are the most recent stories to come out of Anfield.

Reina supports the Nunez transfer.

Pepe Reina, a Liverpool legend, thinks it’s a good thing that Sadio Mane is leaving and that Nunez is joining his old team. The Senegalese player moved to Bayern Munich in July. He was replaced by Nunez, who Reina thinks will bring something new to the team.

“Darwin and Mane are two great players of a certain stature,” he told The Sun. “Let’s find out what Darwin can bring to the squad with the help of his teammates, but this swap makes sense and it can be a great thing for the club. Liverpool have a great variety of players but they needed someone who can hold up the ball and play one-two passes. And thanks to Darwin they are perfect in attack.”

Coady is on his way to Merseyside!

Everton is close to making a deal to sign an experienced center-back, Conor Coady, as a way to fix their injury problems on defense. The 29-year-old grew up at Liverpool, but he only played for them twice before they sold him to Huddersfield.

After their loss to Chelsea, where Ben Godfrey broke his leg, and Yerry Mina limped off with an injury, Everton moved quickly to bring in new players.

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