are you ready? Klopp confirms the improvement of Luis Diaz’s performance even in the English language

are you ready?  Klopp confirms the improvement of Luis Diaz’s performance even in the English language
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The Colombian took advantage of his six-month absence to recover from his knee and communicate better.


Luis Diaz is ready. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that he is ready, as he says now, in more fluent English.

“Yes, Luis Diaz is 100 per cent fit for training, so that’s it for now. Now he’s completely normal in training and now we have to bring him back. He’ll be in the team, if nothing happens, Luis will be in the team and from there come on. That’s it. It’s him.” Like a new signing. Lewis has evolved tremendously,” DT emphasized during his speech.

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Will he be the owner? It is unknown, but such a high risk is unlikely. The key at Liverpool, where his ever-smiling career has been made, is that he is healthy.

“Back then his English was getting better, so he really settled in. He was here every day, as always with injured players and especially those with long runs, they are on the training ground more than anyone else, so he worked.” Every day with the therapists. He’s really matured again, he’s more comfortable, that’s really good and it will help him too. So, we’re very happy he’s back.”

Diaz was injured at the beginning of October against Arsenal, and his initial handling was not effective because he relapsed again in Dubai, last December, and finally underwent surgery. He’s missed 32 games yet adds up to 4 goals and 3 assists in 12 games. It is undoubtedly an essential piece that has been sorely missing.

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“He’s like a breath of fresh air every day he trains. He loves being there, I said at the beginning when he came he couldn’t train without a smile on his face and that’s something really special and that’s exactly how he’s acting now. But he’s been away for a long time, it’s not his season.” So far. He’s completely fine, he hasn’t lost his skills, that’s good, but like I said, we have to see how, step by step, we can get him back into the team.”

The scheduled day will be next Monday against Leeds, by Luis Sinistera, another one who returned due to physical problems. Now yes, let luck smile.

Oliver Walton

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