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Liverpool News: Arthur Melo Handed the First Start

Liverpool News: Liverpool‘s newest arrival Arthur Melo has finally got his first start for a Liverpool side.

Gremio academy graduate, Arthur Melo started his senior team career with the Brazilian club. After settling down in the Gremio set-up, the midfielder played a pivotal role in Gremio’s Copa Libertadores victory.

Arthur’s consistent performances with Gremio helped him to get many luxurious contracts. However, he decided to join the Spanish giants Barcelona. Despite having a good start to his Barca career, he could not fulfil his potential and was sold to Juventus in 2020.

In the next two years, Arthur spent in Turin but his performances were never consistent enough to make him a key player in the squad.

Liverpool News: Arthur gets first start

Liverpool News: Arthur Melo handed the first start

Brazilian midfielder Arthur made his first start for a Liverpool side when he featured for Liverpool U-21 in their last away match against Leicester City in Premier League 2.

Arthur played the full 90 minutes and helped the Reds to get a 1-0 win over Leicester. Notably, this was Arthur’s first start in 129 days.

Arthur arrived at Liverpool on the deadline day when the Reds decided to pay a loan fee of £3.9 million to acquire the midfield.

Earlier it was reported that Arthur has been unable to impress German gaffer Jurgen Klopp since then.

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The report further stated that Liverpool is considering terminating his contract in the January window and already looking for a replacement.

However, Arthur has now stopped all critics by playing a full 90 minutes in Liverpool’s win. The Brazilian is now trying to get to his best shape as he wants to cement his spot in the Liverpool lineup.

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Arthur’s performance helped Liverpool dominate the ball against Leicester as they kept around 57 percent possession. On top of that, his performance makes it clear that Arthur fits well into Jurgen Klopp’s set-up.

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While speaking about Arthur’s performance, Liverpool u-21 coach Barry Lewtas praised him. Barry said Arthur is an elite player and can set an example for the young players.

Meanwhile, Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano reported that Arthur will now keep working in the AXA Training Centre and there are no plans to ship him out in January.

What’s Next?

Liverpool had a tough start to their campaign. They are currently going through an injury crisis as most of their midfielders have suffered injuries at some point in this season. Liverpool’s next match against Chelsea has been already postponed due to the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

After this, there is a long gap in the International window. Liverpool will play their next match against Brighton & Hove Albion. Before that, Klopp will surely want Arthur to be fully fit which can give their stagnant midfield some boost.

Liverpool News: Liverpool‘s newest arrival Arthur Melo has finally got his first start for a Liverpool side.

Gremio academy graduate, Arthur Melo started his senior team career with the Brazilian club. After settling down in the Gremio set-up, the midfielder played a pivotal role in Gremio’s Copa Libertadores victory.

Arthur’s consistent performances with Gremio helped him to get many luxurious contracts. However, he decided to join the Spanish giants Barcelona. Despite having a good start to his Barca career, he could not fulfil his potential and was sold to Juventus in 2020.

In the next two years, Arthur spent in Turin but his performances were never consistent enough to make him a key player in the squad.

Liverpool News: Arthur gets first start

Liverpool News: Arthur Melo handed the first start

Brazilian midfielder Arthur made his first start for a Liverpool side when he featured for Liverpool U-21 in their last away match against Leicester City in Premier League 2.

Arthur played the full 90 minutes and helped the Reds to get a 1-0 win over Leicester. Notably, this was Arthur’s first start in 129 days.

Arthur arrived at Liverpool on the deadline day when the Reds decided to pay a loan fee of £3.9 million to acquire the midfield.

Earlier it was reported that Arthur has been unable to impress German gaffer Jurgen Klopp since then.

The report further stated that Liverpool is considering terminating his contract in the January window and already looking for a replacement.

However, Arthur has now stopped all critics by playing a full 90 minutes in Liverpool’s win. The Brazilian is now trying to get to his best shape as he wants to cement his spot in the Liverpool lineup.

Arthur’s performance helped Liverpool dominate the ball against Leicester as they kept around 57 percent possession. On top of that, his performance makes it clear that Arthur fits well into Jurgen Klopp’s set-up.

While speaking about Arthur’s performance, Liverpool u-21 coach Barry Lewtas praised him. Barry said Arthur is an elite player and can set an example for the young players.

Meanwhile, Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano reported that Arthur will now keep working in the AXA Training Centre and there are no plans to ship him out in January.

What’s Next?

Liverpool had a tough start to their campaign. They are currently going through an injury crisis as most of their midfielders have suffered injuries at some point in this season. Liverpool’s next match against Chelsea has been already postponed due to the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

After this, there is a long gap in the International window. Liverpool will play their next match against Brighton & Hove Albion. Before that, Klopp will surely want Arthur to be fully fit which can give their stagnant midfield some boost.

Liverpool News: Liverpool‘s newest arrival Arthur Melo has finally got his first start for a Liverpool side.

Gremio academy graduate, Arthur Melo started his senior team career with the Brazilian club. After settling down in the Gremio set-up, the midfielder played a pivotal role in Gremio’s Copa Libertadores victory.

Arthur’s consistent performances with Gremio helped him to get many luxurious contracts. However, he decided to join the Spanish giants Barcelona. Despite having a good start to his Barca career, he could not fulfil his potential and was sold to Juventus in 2020.

In the next two years, Arthur spent in Turin but his performances were never consistent enough to make him a key player in the squad.

Liverpool News: Arthur gets first start

Liverpool News: Arthur Melo handed the first start

Brazilian midfielder Arthur made his first start for a Liverpool side when he featured for Liverpool U-21 in their last away match against Leicester City in Premier League 2.

Arthur played the full 90 minutes and helped the Reds to get a 1-0 win over Leicester. Notably, this was Arthur’s first start in 129 days.

Arthur arrived at Liverpool on the deadline day when the Reds decided to pay a loan fee of £3.9 million to acquire the midfield.

Earlier it was reported that Arthur has been unable to impress German gaffer Jurgen Klopp since then.

The report further stated that Liverpool is considering terminating his contract in the January window and already looking for a replacement.

However, Arthur has now stopped all critics by playing a full 90 minutes in Liverpool’s win. The Brazilian is now trying to get to his best shape as he wants to cement his spot in the Liverpool lineup.

Arthur’s performance helped Liverpool dominate the ball against Leicester as they kept around 57 percent possession. On top of that, his performance makes it clear that Arthur fits well into Jurgen Klopp’s set-up.

While speaking about Arthur’s performance, Liverpool u-21 coach Barry Lewtas praised him. Barry said Arthur is an elite player and can set an example for the young players.

Meanwhile, Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano reported that Arthur will now keep working in the AXA Training Centre and there are no plans to ship him out in January.

What’s Next?

Liverpool had a tough start to their campaign. They are currently going through an injury crisis as most of their midfielders have suffered injuries at some point in this season. Liverpool’s next match against Chelsea has been already postponed due to the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

After this, there is a long gap in the International window. Liverpool will play their next match against Brighton & Hove Albion. Before that, Klopp will surely want Arthur to be fully fit which can give their stagnant midfield some boost.

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