Dribbles More Than Ozil: Liverpool Gem Wants A New Contract

1. Positional Variety

Suso has set his sights on making an impression on the Liverpool team when he returns from his loan spell at the end of the season.

The Spanish midfielder has been back in his homeland this season, having landed a temporary spell with Primera Division newcomers Almeria, where he has been a first team regular.

Suso started last season in the Liverpool side and he has made it his goal to return to return there when he returns to Anfield next season.

Suso told reporters: “I wanted to play every game this year and get a lot of minutes.

“Playing in the First Division in Spain is a good experience for me. Next season I’ll be a new player. I’m enjoying it a lot.

“At the beginning of the season, in pre-season, I was talking to Brendan (Rodgers) and we were thinking that the best option for me was to go to a team on loan for a year, improve and learn from other players.

“It’s a dream to play at Anfield every weekend – it’s the best option that can happen. I would like to sign a new contract with Liverpool and stay there for many years.

“Brendan is a really good manager; he treats the players really well. He tries to get players on the ball all the time. To play football you have to have control of the ball – Brendan wants that all the time.”

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Suso has created 22 scoring opportunities for Almeria this season and claimed seven assists. Only Steven Gerrard  (9) and Luis Suarez (10) have made more assists for Liverpool this season.

Suso chances created

Suso has created 22 chances in La Liga


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