Against Spurs, Klopp must use a £120,000 per week “magician”

With a victory over Spurs tonight, the Anfield team might keep up their impressive run.

When Liverpool plays Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League this evening, it will be their hardest test of the year so far.

In a titanic match between two of the league’s most remarkable teams, Jurgen Klopp will be looking to extend the Reds’ unbeaten streak.

The German will undoubtedly make a few changes to his starting XI in order to freshen up his side, and this will include a reorganization of the midfield. A comeback win against Leicester City in the middle of the week clinched progression in the EFL Cup.

Against the Foxes, the midfield three played exceptionally well, with Endo standing out in particular.

Even though the 30-year-old was initially a surprise addition by Klopp, he has brought some expertise to the center of the midfield.

The Japanese superstar was impressive against the Championship team on Wednesday.

He has already made six appearances for the Anfield team and has contributed an assist.

Endo concluded the game with a 90% pass completion rate, two crucial passes, three victories in four aerial duels, and four interceptions.

He is undoubtedly a valuable addition to the team, but Klopp ought to start Dominik Szoboszlai against Spurs, one of his more expensive summer acquisitions.

One of Klopp’s star summer signings, the £120,000 weekly sensation has already made a strong impression for the Reds.

In comparison to positional peers, the Hungarian midfielder ranks in the top 1% for shot-creating actions per 90 (5.37), the top 6% for successful take-ons per 90 (1.67), and the top 9% for assists per 90 (0.23), clearly demonstrating that he is one of the best players in his position on the continent.

His performances over the previous 12 months obviously impressed Klopp.

The 22-year-old has made eight appearances and scored twice since joining Liverpool, showing that he hasn’t slowed down at all.

Jacek Kulig, a talent scout, dubbed the midfielder in 2022 the “Hungarian magician” after he made an impressive midweek display.

Lauded as the “Hungarian magician” by talent scout Jacek Kulig in 2022, the midfielder impressed in midweek having made a cameo off the bench.

The former RB Leipzig starlet not only got on the scoresheet during his 25-minute cameo, but he also took 17 touches and had two shots during his brief time on the pitch.

His performances in the Premier League have been exceptional too.

The youngster has an average Sofascore rating of 7.32 while averaging two key passes per game and succeeding with 1.2 dribbles per game.

These statistics rank him third, and fourth for the latter two metrics across the Liverpool squad, clearly indicating that he has made an instant impression.

Klopp should unleash him from the first whistle this evening as

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