Colombian international Luis Diaz, who is approaching his second year at Liverpool, is not only dribbling and creating chances on the left wing, but is also increasing his decision-making rate and face in front of goal, scoring three goals in eight games this season.
The 26-year-old winger, who has been developing further, said he is gaining a better understanding of the team on a daily basis, referring to the team’s efforts to revamp its midfielders during this summer’s transfer window, acquiring Alexis Mac Allister, Dominik Szoboszlai, Wataru Endo, and Ryan Gravenberch.
“Things have changed a lot and building up an understanding with our new midfield line-up also takes time as things begin to gel. But in the training sessions both during pre-season and now on a daily basis I think those players have been developing a great understanding.”
“That’s why I think that Klopp has shown confidence in them. I think it will be a case of the players who are available and in the best form are going to feature. You can tell out on the pitch that we have some very good players, who are all good teammates, and everybody gets on well so that’s a good thing to be able to say.”
“So like I said, I think this year is going to be a much better one for us.”Liverpool FC’s official eMagazine
In addition to Uruguayan striker Darwin Nunez, who joined the club last summer, he is good friends with Argentine midfielder Alexis Mac Allister, who joined this summer, both publicly and privately.
Other photos of Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking players often appear in gatherings.
It is assumed that players from various other countries of origin also get along well, and it is easy for everyone to speak the same language.
The Colombian national team winger, whose English is still poor, welcomes the increase in players from South America who can speak in their native language.
“We love to all get together and just be there chatting away all the time. We like to have our jokes and fun, and yes, it’s great that more and more South Americans are coming to the club.”
“I get on well with all the new players, but of course the same language is always an advantage, an incredible advantage really. We all get on really well and so that makes you feel very comfortable and very stable and settled where you are and very happy at the same time.”
“Everybody who comes to the club arrives here in that same mindset, wanting to contribute to the team, which is full of great players. We know all about the vast quantity of players that we have in the game in South America, who are all great, great players, and so just being able to join such a massive club as this one is simply divine.”Liverpool FC’s official eMagazine