Jürgen Klopp was just given a chance at Liverpool by Curtis Jones, who is also as innovative as Dominik Szoboszlai.

Curtis Jones has been suspended for three games for Liverpool and one midfielder could now benefit who has what it takes to unlock Jürgen Klopp’s midfield.

Liverpool tried, but it fell short. There won’t be a counterargument this time around for Curtis Jones, unlike with Alexis Mac Allister. The FA rejected Liverpool’s effort to appeal Jones’ much-discussed red card against Tottenham and upheld the three-match suspension for Jones.

Jürgen Klopp will take a hit from this decision, but there is currently nothing Liverpool can do. In other words, the Reds must accept the outcome and move on. It serves no purpose to continue to think about the situation.

While Jones’ ban came at an unfortunate time—he had been in excellent form and had just led Liverpool for the first time—it is now a chance for someone else to build a claim.

Given that he is at ease playing on the left side of midfield and has performed well in his past two games, many have predicted that new addition Ryan Gravenberch will succeed Jones in the position. He is not the only choice, though.



Harvey Elliott is another player who has quietly excelled for Liverpool thus far this season, and there is a chance that he will again shine in these next three contests.


Elliott’s natural position would be on the right because it is where he feels most at ease. While Jones has occupied the left side of midfield, Dominik Szoboszlai, the primary right-sided midfielder, might go to the left because the Hungarian is equally at home on both sides and frequently played on the left during preseason and for his country.





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