Roberto Firmino believes his commitment to “give absolutely everything” has helped him establish a close bond with Liverpool fans. The Brazil international, who is in the form of his life, scored his 17th goal of the season in the thrilling 4-3 victory over Manchester City. Firmino sets the tone for Jurgen Klopp's side with his work ethic and he says that was drummed him after he joined German outfit Hoffenheim at the age of 18. “It’s natural, of course. It comes from the cradle almost,” he said.
Roberto Firmino believes his all-action style is one of the reasons Liverpool are set to offer him a bumper new deal. The Brazilian has revealed his commitment to “give absolutely everything” has also helped him establish a close bond with the Anfield faithful. The Brazil international, who is in the form of his life, scored his 17th goal of the season against Manchester City, report the Liverpool Echo.
Liverpool believe that Bayern Munich have won the race to sign transfer target Leon Goretzka. The Germany international, who is set to leave Schalke on a free transfer when his contract expires this summer, has attracted interest from a host of top European clubs. The ECHO understands that Liverpool have been in contact with the 22-year-old midfielder’s representatives about the prospect of luring him to Anfield.
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