Liverpool fans were overjoyed when the club transferred Thiago Alcantaran for 25 million euros from Bayern Munich in September last year.
The Spanish midfielder had just won the treble with the Bavarians and had agreed to move to The Reds.
But Didi Hamann has surprised with his statement, clarifying that Thiago Alcantara does not fit the philosophy of the Liverpool game.
“If you score a goal in four games, then you know you are in trouble,” he told talkSport.
“The problem is that he has come a long way. “Fabinho has been brilliant in the defensive phase, but he is a loss in midfield, as the team is balanced with him and creates space in attack.”
“The fans have done a lot since Thiago’s achievement, but for some he slows down and does not help Liverpool much with his game.”
“Liverpool have had midfielders over the years who have worked hard and had fantastic dribbles, not as much as Thiago, but they have assisted Salah, Mane and the action has been simple and with many goals.”
“I just feel that Thiago… has played in some matches where the result was already known, except with Chelsea who made more passes when they were with ten players on the field, with Newcaslten coming in in the last 25 minutes and the opposing players were extremely “He is tired, so he did not show what was expected of him.” /Telegraph/