Dominik Szoboszlai praises Wataru Endo, with whom he has also played against in the Bundesliga

Dominik Szoboszlai praises Wataru Endo, with whom he has also played against in the Bundesliga Team

Liverpool made a major reshuffling of their midfielders, which was also pointed out as the cause of last season’s poor performance, and while mainstays such as Jordan Henderson and Fabinho left, Alexis Mac Allister, Dominik Szoboszlai, Wataru Endo, and Ryan Gravenberch were reinforced.

The Argentine and Hungarian midfielders have been active since the opening day of the Premier League season, having participated since preseason.

The Dutch midfielder also showed promise, especially in the Europa League, and the Japanese midfielder, who had been struggling with English soccer, has settled in well and has become a regular performer since the end of last year with his remarkable performances.

Of the midfielders, Dominik Szoboszlai mentioned Endo, whom he played against in the Bundesliga, describing him as a player who appears everywhere on the pitch, and said that he was happy to have him as a teammate.

“It is never easy to come into a new team, a new league with new players,”

“But I think we showed as a team we can reach almost everything.”

“Not yet but we are on it. We have a completely new midfield with Macca, with Endo, with Ryan, with me and we showed up quite well.”

“I played against Endo when he was at Stuttgart and he is a player who is everywhere! It feels like you pass him and then you turn around and he is already there.”

“So I can understand how the people are thinking, ‘How he is there, exactly, when I just passed him?’ But I’m happy to have him in my team.”

“It is not my decision to decide if he is a good signing or not. But of course, he shows he is important for the team. This is the most important thing.”

The acquisition of the national team captain was met with some negativity at the time due to the loss of Moises Caicedo and others, coupled with his age. However, he has evolved into a player loved not only by the leadership and teammates, but also by the supporters.

He is also highly regarded within the team, with Jurgen Klopp even jokingly suggesting the possibility of signing him to a new long-term contract.

Depending on the new manager’s intentions, will the 31-year-old midfielder continue to play at Anfield for years to come…?