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Thiago: Liverpool preferred to return to Spain ... and adapted to the "winning" style of Club

 Thiago: Liverpool preferred to return to Spain ... and adapted to the "winning" style of Club

Liverpool's first football team midfielder, Thiago Alcantara, explained the fact that he was close to returning to the Spanish League before signing with the Reds in the Mercato last summer and how he adapted to the style, Jurgen Klopp.

Thiago joined Liverpool last year from Bayern Munich, after crowning the Champions League at the expense of Paris Saint-Germain for a fee of 22 million euros.

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The Spaniard spoke at the beginning of his dialogue with the Spanish newspaper "AS" about his ability to return to La Liga before moving to Liverpool, and said: "Yes, I had some offers, but the matter was clear to me."

He continued: "My departure from Bayern Munich was linked to my ability to try a new experience in the English Premier League, a great tournament with strong competition between clubs."

He added: "When I received Klopp's call and the club, it was a very easy decision despite the difficulty of leaving Bayern Munich, but in the end, I am happy with the decision and my presence in Liverpool."

The newspaper addressed a difficult question to the Spaniard, "Would you have moved to Real Madrid during the past years when you were with Bayern Munich?", And he replied: "We spoke years ago, I do not remember what happened at the time because I had signed up for a new club in 2013."

When asked, "What is the difference between the English Premier League and the Spanish League?", He replied: "It is difficult to compare, because I played in both championships at different stages of my life, because I was in Spain at the time of its footballing advantage and its clubs were winning the Champions League and the European League."

And about how to adapt to Klopp's style in Liverpool, especially as it differs from Barcelona's "Tiki-Taka" philosophy, he said: "In the end, what we want as players is to play in a way that enables you to win. I was very lucky that I played for two teams like Barcelona and Bayern Munich, who have a similar style." And now with Liverpool, who has the winning genes and has a different way of preparing matches than my previous team.

Thiago concluded his remarks by talking about the differences between Klopp, Guardiola, and Enrique: "You can not only compare between coaches but with players with each one able to implement his plans with the team according to the matches and their difficulty."