Fabinho name the new signing who'll impress most this season and explains why


Liverpool captured the signing of Thiago Alcantara, Kostas Tsimikas and Diogo Jota in the summer but Fabinho may have had his verdict on who'll impress most

Fabinho believes Thiago Alcantara will make huge impact for Liverpool.

The three new Liverpool stars have shown up in few matches for the Reds but Fabinho has immensely tipped former Bayern Munich man Thiago as the player who can be pivotal when the Reds succeed this term.

Fabinho reckons the arrival of the spain international has already added a new dimension to Liverpool's game.

Thiago's recent clashes with Chelsea and Everton and his known creative ability, however has proved why he's held such regards from the Brazilian.

"It's true [that] competition for places is high in midfield," Fabinho said in a recent interview with the Liverpool Echo. "Ever since I arrived here, the midfield is where the manager rotates the most in games.

"Maybe it's because it is where the players have to put in the most effort, run the most kilometres during games. Our squad is very strong but we know that the signing of quality players is a plus for this team.

"Thiago's arrival will be really positive and he's a player coming from an exceptional season at Bayern Munich last year.

"He's an experienced player who inspires confidence given everything he has achieved.

"He can also add something to our team, something we didn't have before. The quality of his passing is exceptional.

"He's someone that receives the ball really well between the lines. So I think his arrival, both his and Diogo Jota's, are going to be really important for us."

There'll be even fiercer competition for a place in the Merseysiders' starting XI following Thiago's arrival apparently, Fabinho is expecting to receive plenty of game time due to the jam-packed nature of the season and the inevitable rotation Klopp will have to implement for the course.

"This season is a little bit different because we didn't have as much time to prepare as usual and so we didn't need to use the full squad," he added.

"It's important that we have this depth in the squad and players of a high quality to cope.

"This has also given opportunities for players who have come from the youth team, players who have been prepared to come into the team in the way they are coached and the way they play.

"To have this depth in the squad is good for us players and for the manager."

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