Tottenham swapped Luis Díaz but let Liverpool go ahead and sign the 25-year-old. Jamie Carragher praised the striker and ironically thanked Spurs and their chairman.
Ironically, former Liverpool footballer Jamie Carragher thanked chairman Daniel Levy and Tottenham for not stepping forward to sign Luis Díaz, leaving Liverpool to win the race for former FC Porto. It’s public knowledge that Spurs wanted to sign the striker, but they were overtaken by the Reds, who made a superior offer.
This Saturday, the Colombian returned to start in Klopp’s team and scored the first goal in the 2-0 victory over Brighton.
“Luis Díaz’s impact could make this season special for Liverpool, who only signed him because Tottenham gave him a gift [ao Liverpool]. Thank you Daniel [Levy]“, Wrote on the social network Twitter the former central, this Saturday.