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Diogo Jota experiment could evolve one of Jurgen Klopp's best stars amid fresh Liverpool dilemma

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A dynamic Liverpool attack that has evolved through the signing of Darwin Núñez could see Jürgen Klopp deploy a 4-2-3-1 formation more often next season, but the Reds need more long-term solutions if it is going to be a system that becomes the new norm.

As highlighted by FBref, Jota registered 5.5 expected assists (xA) in 35 Premier League games in the last Premier League campaign.

In many ways, Firmino and Jota create the perfect blend of a player that would be considered among the best in the world if they could merge some of their best qualities together.

Roberto Firmino is the strongest candidate to feature in the number 10 role, but with just one year remaining on his contract, Klopp must find a new option next season.

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That player could be Diogo Jota.

The 4-2-3-1 system is the best way of drilling this new dynamic over pre-season, and Jota's introduction into the number 10 role could provide Klopp with a new weapon.
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