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He was once a Liverpool star, now he could join the MLS with Lionel Messi

By Liam Styles

This former Liverpool star could join the MLS

This former Liverpool star could join the MLS

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Liverpool is experiencing good times in the Premier League. The team got an important win against Everton and continues to climb positions in the current season. At the moment, the team is in third place and wants to continue doing things well. For this reason, there are high expectations from the fans for the Merseyside team to be serious contenders for the title.

In the same way, the team's recent situations came to affect the team at various times. The VAR controversy against Tottenham undoubtedly affected the team's performance despite not having suffered any major defeats. It should be noted that despite the victory against USG and the draw against Brighton, the spirits in the team were not very happy due to what happened in London.

Nevertheless, everything seems to indicate that Jurgen Klopp and his team decided to end the matter. After the FIFA International Break, many players returned motivated and excited for the team's upcoming fixture in the Merseyside Derby. Despite the awkward neighbours of Goodison Park struggling, Klopp's team did more to win the game thanks to Mohamed Salah.

Without a doubt, the years have benefited the team. In previous years, Liverpool had good players such as Luis Suarez, Coutinho, among others. However, no manager was able to get the Reds to work until the arrival of Jurgen Klopp. Now, a couple of years later, Luis Suarez could arrive in MLS to relive moments with one of his former teammates at Barcelona.

Luis Suarez would reach the MLS

According to national and international media, Luis Suarez would arrive in the MLS to play with Lionel Messi's Inter Miami. Given this, everything seems to indicate that in the event that this transfer comes to fruition, there could be a reunion of both from the United States. Without a doubt, Suárez has been one of the great strikers to come through Anfield


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