The Spanish international midfielder admits he has had a difficult debut campaign at Anfield, but he is ready to kick off in 2021-22
Thiago Alcantara believes the ‘difficult times’ he experienced early in Liverpool is now firmly behind him, with the Spanish international now wanting to “win” everything with the Reds.
Apparently to have Jurgen Klopp properly disrupted the coup when he lured a player who won the Champions League away from Bayern Munich during the summer of 2020.
Covid-19, serious injuries and questions about his role in the Liverpool team contributed to Thiago enduring a Test debut campaign on Merseyside that only accelerated rapidly towards the end.
What was said?
Thiago admits so much, but told Liverpool Official Website of his confidence for 2021-22: ‘Well, I do not know if I would consider it a year of experience in England, because because of Covid everything was closed, so we could not enjoy it in the country too much in the sentence.
“As for the Premier League, I had a year to experience how competitive the game is and the speed of the game. As is always the case when you adapt, it was a good year, but in the beginning I hard times.I feel like I have overcome it now and I look forward to this season.
“When I arrived here, I was already clear about what I could bring to the team and what the team could give me. We will continue to work together and I think we will always discover new things, both in terms of those of us here. wash [for a period] and the players who come in.
“This is how you create the harmony within the group to be able to perform and develop at the highest level.”
What are the goals of Thiago?
The 30-year-old midfielder scored only one goal and there was no help through 30 games for Liverpool last season, with joint battles often holding the Reds back.
However, Klopp’s side has started a positive start for the new campaign, and the aim is for more large silverware.
Thiago added his ambition: ‘Well, I felt the same as in every team I played, it’s aiming as high as possible.
‘It means winning every possible competition: the league, the Champions League and the cup competitions. That has always been the goal.
“We want to win everything and be hungry to win not just every competition, but to win every game.”
Liverpool, with seven points taken from three games so far, will be back in the Premier League on September 12 when he embarks on a trip to Leeds.