Vajcetic would be a good fit for Liverpool’s position change and could solve Klopp’s problems

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Last season saw Trent Alexander-Arnold change roles and become a ‘hybrid’ between full-back and midfielder under Jürgen Klopp’s management, which saw the Reds change their style of play. It would make sense to keep.

Already having Curtis Jones and Harvey Elliott, and adding Alexis Mack Allister and Dominic Szoboshley, all four midfielders are best suited for more advanced and forward roles. , its value increases.




However, much of the system relies on the presence of Alexander-Arnold. Manchester City have John Stones in place of Pep Guardiola and Mikel Arteta has set up the Arsenal side with Oleksandr Zinchenko, while Liverpool have the best of the best.

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But what if Alexander-Arnold isn’t playing? Liverpool could play a more traditional 4-3-3, but if the new system works, it would be nice not to have to deviate from it.

What does a player in that role need? Primarily the ability to decide the game with good passing range. Liverpool certainly have a player with that ability in Stefan Baicetić.

He has legs that can cover two positions at once and would be perfectly suited to play with a double pivot. It was basically the way Alexander-Arnold played when he was in the role.

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