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Darwin Nunez drops major transfer hint hours after Jurgen Klopp's final Liverpool match

Darwin Nunez drops major transfer hint hours after Jurgen Klopp's final Liverpool match

Darwin Nunez's future at Liverpool is unclear

Liverpool bid farewell to Jurgen Klopp on Sunday with question marks remaining over the future of one of his biggest signings.

Klopp ended his final season in charge in third place after failing to keep pace with Arsenal and eventual champions Manchester City in the Premier League title race.

Several members of Klopp’s backroom staff also said their goodbyes to Anfield ahead of the impending arrival of Feyenoord manager Arne Slot as the German’s replacement.

The club also confirmed that long-serving defender Joel Matip would depart the club on a free transfer as well as Thiago Alcantara whose time on Merseyside was hampered by injuries.

Slot will arrive in England with the future of many of Liverpool’s star players up in the air, the likes of Virgil van Dijk, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Mohamed Salah have just one year remaining on their current deals.

Darwin Nunez is another player who has been linked with an exit after a disappointing end to the season, facing criticism from some sections of Liverpool’s online fanbase and seemingly removing all Liverpool related posts from his Instagram account as a result.

The Uruguayan has been linked with a move to La Liga but fans have noticed a fresh change to his Instagram account that might be the biggest hint yet over his future.

After Sunday’s emotional win against Wolves, where the Kop loudly chanted his name as he entered the field as a substitute, Nunez changed his display picture on Instagram to him wearing the new kit alongside his partner and child taken after the match.

Darwin Nunez changed his display picture (Instagram)
Darwin Nunez changed his display picture (Instagram)

Nunez ended the season with 11 goals and eight assists in 36 games and Klopp has backed the forward to return to his best form next year.

He said recently: “It's tricky. Strikers have to go through these things. That's how it is. That's a striker's life. A goalkeeper's life is make 500 saves, then one howler - and everybody talks about this.

"A striker's life is you score all the time, then you don't score for a while and then everybody asks why you don't score. It can be the most difficult thing in the world and sometimes it's the easiest thing in the world, depending on what chance you get.

"So create again, create again and try and get in the right positions to finish the situations off. It will be a really rich man or woman who can write that book [on a striker getting back to their best]. You have to go through it. I try to help them speeding it up. That says nothing about the quality of the boys."

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Topics: Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp, Darwin Nunez, Transfer News, Premier League, Football