SHOCKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, “It’s a bit disappointing, he doesn’t seem confident and I can’t deal with a player like that he should get himself a new club.” Jurgen Klopp has reportedly urged one of his players to depart from the club following a poor performance against Burnley. Expressing disappointment, Klopp highlighted the player’s lack of confidence, stating his inability to manage such a demeanor and suggesting the player seek a new club. The midfielder in question managed 62 accurate passes during the Burnley match.

Wataru Endo's outstanding performance in Liverpool's 2-0 Premier League victory over Burnley was commended by Jurgen Klopp.


Wataru Endo’s initial phase at Liverpool, following his move from Stuttgart, was slow. However, he has evolved into a crucial figure in the defensive midfield, particularly with Alexis Mac Allister sidelined due to a knee injury. Klopp has recognized Endo’s significance to the team.

Expressing admiration for Endo’s performance, Klopp lamented the timing of his departure for the Asia Cup, acknowledging the player’s growth and importance to the team. Despite Endo’s upcoming absence for the tournament, Klopp remains supportive, acknowledging his pivotal role while anticipating his absence during January fixtures.

Endo is poised to depart Liverpool after the forthcoming match against Newcastle United to represent Japan in the Asia Cup, concluding with the final slated for February 10. His temporary departure from Liverpool underscores his commitment to the national team for this tournament.

The spotlight fell on the defensive midfield position when Liverpool allowed natural holding midfielders to depart in the summer. Klopp’s decision to bring in Endo aimed to address this gap. Initially, Endo’s performances were average by his standards, but he has since settled into his typical level of play as a Japanese international at Liverpool.

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