Liverpool believes that it has only paid RB Salzburg about one-third of the market value of Takumi Minamino.
by Echo’s Paul GhostThe Reds valued Japan International at £ 22m before invoking his £ 7.25m release clause last December.
Liverpool won the competition against Manchester United, AC Milan and Borussia Mönchengladbach, and Taki was a popular gem before becoming the Premier League champion.
It’s easy to see that Minamino isn’t a £ 7m worth player. Despite the late start in Anfield, Japan International is clearly more talented than that.
The 2020/21 season was a good turnaround for the forwards and now they have scored four Reds goals in every tournament.
Minamino will continue to be a team rotation player, but it’s not a shame to lag behind the ranks of Sadio Mané, Bobby Firmino and Mo Sara.
We at the Empire of the Cup are confident that Taki will prove his worth over time. See Fabinho’s slow start in Liverpool, or something like Jordan Henderson or Lucas Leiva.
After scoring Reds’ first Premier League goal in Crystal Palace’s 7-0 thrashing, Minamino may have landed on a platform where he could kick.
– Soccer Sports
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