The Arrival Of Dominik Szoboszlai Adds Wealth To Liverpool’s Midfield And Jurgen Klopp Has Plenty Of Options

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The Arrival Of Dominik Szoboszlai Adds Wealth To Liverpool's Midfield And Jurgen Klopp Has Plenty Of Options
The Arrival Of Dominik Szoboszlai Adds Wealth To Liverpool's Midfield And Jurgen Klopp Has Plenty Of Options. Photo: Official Liverpool FC

OKEGOAL.COM - have officially signed Hungarian from RB Leipzig in early July 2023.

The 22-year-old signed for for around 70 million euros over the next five seasons.

Dominic Zuboszlay's presence will add a boost to Liverpool's midfield after Alexis McAlister joined a while back.

So what can Dominic Zuboszlay and Alexis McAlister do?

Dominic Zubozlai

Tactics, built up a Liverpool midfield that was worn out by age and injuries that often hindered it. Something like the suffocation of Thiago Alcantara and Curtis Jones, a future project.

Klopp has modernized ' midfield by signing Dominic Zuboszlai, who can play as number 8.

He can complement Max Allister, Harvey Elliott, and Thiago when they return to the field.

's 8th position is a form of defense with more ball control and ball development in building offense.

Thiago Alcantara showed it last season before his injuries subsided, but Curtis Jones has taken on the tough job.

Jones showed great determination in 's system, assisting the defense, passing the ball forward and supplying the attackers.

So what about Dominic Zuboszlay? According to Liverpool Insider, Dominic Jubosleigh will move to the right side of Liverpool's midfield.

Alexander-Arnold intervenes in the main attack and covers the right wing when moves from the penalty area.

So far, the role has been played by , whose has slowly declined as he gets older.

Liverpool have Harvey Elliott, who is expected to succeed Henderson. Although he has the pace, he is in his 20s physically inexperienced for a duel.

There is one weakness compared to that can compensate for this shortcoming.

Alexis McAllister

It would make sense for to be part of a double pivot in Jurgen Klopp's system of play.

The former Brighton player isn't a great striker, but he has an advantage in terms of passing that can break opposition defences.

Then use penetrating lures to build attacks from below and when switching.