Minamino Reveals Who He Leads Liverpool Training

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Monaco forward Takumi Minamino has revealed which player leads Liverpool’s training sessions. His former UFABET team during a pre-Japan World Cup interview.

    Former Liverpool star Takumi Minamino has praised four former team -mates and explained how he has adapted to life outside of Anfield. The Rising Sun international spent about two-and-a-half years with the Reds after signing from Red Bull Salzburg in January 2020. He moved to Monaco earlier this summer. in which the Reds have agreed a fee of up to 18 million euros (15.5 million pounds) 

Minamino Reveals Who He Leads Liverpool Training

         Since moving to the French Ligue 1 , Minamino has scored just one goal in 14 appearances across all competitions. His form earned him the label of a The French summer transfer market has been dubbed the “biggest failure” by some national media outlets. Now preparing to play for Japan at the World Cup , Minamino reflected on his time at Liverpool , with the 27-year-old praising four of his former team-mates, including one for doing so. things In the kind of training that he “Never seen before”

          “ (Mohammed) Salah and (Sadio) Mane are two players who train more than anyone,” Minamino told Japan’s Kyodo News+ . Tara) gets injured often. But he is very professional. Trying to avoid injury by training like I’ve never seen before . But it’s fresher than anyone. and lead by making noise in training.”

         Minamino admits he had some doubts during his time at Liverpool , but he is now looking forward to the challenge ahead. He went on to admit that He has “lost the feeling” of playing in the past several months. “There was a time when I thought ‘What if I played continuously during that time?'” Minamino said. “Right now I’m trying really hard to make sure I can say I’ve got something. (from that moment)” 

          He added: “I lost the feeling of having the opportunity to do something and the confidence, but I am slowly gaining it back. And I will get even better as my condition improves.” Japan will play a World Cup warm-up against Canada on November 17, 2022, before kicking off their Group E match against Germany later that day. Wednesday, November 23, 2022, followed by Costa Rica and Spain on Sunday, November 27, 2022 and Tuesday, December 1, 2022 respectively.